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Ecology and Life Sciences: Bibliography of S. A. Ostroumov

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Ecology and Life Sciences: Bibliography of S. A. Ostroumov

01 () : -. .. , .. Editors: Academician V.N. Bolshakov, Corr. Member RAN E.V.Ivanter, Corr. Member RAN E.A.Kriksunov, Prof. Otto Kinne, Dr. Steven C. McCutcheon Ecology and Life Sciences: Bibliography of S. A. Ostroumov. Compiled by A. V. Viktorova and J. Robertson. 4th ed., updated. oscow: MAX-Press, 2010. 132 p. (Science. Education. Innovation. Issue 11). The book contains the materials for the biobibliography of Dr. Sergei A. Ostroumov, including the bibliography of his scientific works: books, papers, collective monographs, educational materials, and some others. The book is based on the previous edition of the bibliography that was published in 2008. In the current edition, some recent publications (2008-2010) were added. The book includes the bibliography of his publications on aquatic, biochemical and general ecology, general biology, biochemistry, and environmental sciences. Some of the references are commented or accompanied by short abstracts, which give some information about the contents of the publications. A significant part of the publications were about water self-purification and the role of aquatic organisms (invertebrates, plants) in water self-purification and remediation of aquatic systems. Some publications were on phytoremediation, and coupling of ecological and biogeochemical processes. Both experimental papers and reviews are represented. Some of the publications formulated the elements of the innovative theory of the ecological mechanism (biomachinery, as the author put it) of water self-purification. The book is of interest to scholars, educators and students in the fields of ecology, limnology, oceanography, life sciences, environmental and biospheric sciences. : . . . . . , . . .: , 4-, . 2010. -132 . (. . . . 11). . .
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Table of Contents: Part 1. Bibliography. The books and some of the papers by S.A.Ostroumov (some with short annotations) Part 2. Bibliography. Other publications including collective monographs and proceedings of conferences (some with annotations). Part 3. Editorship Part 4. Materials for teaching and educational excellence Part 5. Publications for broader impact, and interviews Part 6. Comments in published editions, reviews; other forms of evaluation of publications Addendum 1. About the publications and works of S. A. Ostroumov Addendum 2. Participation in scientific sessions. Scientific presentations, lectures (selected) Addendum 3. Acknowledgement of support. Grants Addendum 4. Tables with some results. Table 1. New facts obtained in experiments and measurements. Table 2. New methods, concepts and terminology.

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Bibliography. Part 1. The books and papers by S.A. Ostroumov (selected, some with short comments) [book] Introduction to Biochemical Ecology. 1986. Moscow. Moscow University Press. 176 p. Figures, tables. Bibliogr.: pp. 168-174. [Analyzed: Ecological roles of natural and man-made chemicals. Inter alia, some problems of chemical communication and regulation in natural populations and ecosystems, environmental toxicology and chemistry and QSAR. Ecological functions of secondary metabolites of bacteria, fungi, algae, plants, invertebrates and vertebrates. This was the first book on biochemical ecology in the international literature that analyzed so broad diversity of data on metabolites of various taxons. Published reviews indicated that the book broke a fresh ground and extended the frontiers of ecology. The new concepts suggested: ecological chemomediators and ecological chemoregulators in ecosystems]. Translated into Polish and Bulgarian languages. Published reviews of the book:
Priroda (Nature). 1987. No. 1. p.125; Professor Telitchenko M.M. (Head of Department, School of Biology, Moscow University) Review of the book 'Introduction to Biochemical Ecology'. Bulletin of Moscow University. Ser. 16. Biology. 1986. No. 4. P. 58; Prof. Stavskaya S.S. // Physiology and biochemistry of cultivated plants. 1988. v. 20, No. 1. p. 99 - 100. - Review of the book: 'Introduction to Bio-Chemical Ecology'; Prof. Pokarzhevsky .D., Semenova N.L. // Ecology. 1988, No. 2, p. 89 - 90. - Review; Prof. Sokolov .S. // grochemistry. 1987, No. 7, p. 135-136. - Review; Prof. Gusev .V. (Head of Department, and Dean, School of Biology, Moscow University) // Plant Physiology. V. 35. No. 2, p.412 - 413. - Review of the book: 'Introduction to Bio-Chemical Ecology'; Prof. Dubinin N.P. (Full Member, Acad.Sci.) // Izvestia Acad. Sci. Ser. Biol. (Bulletin of Acad. Sci. Biological series). 1988, No. 1. p. 799 - 800. - Review; Prof. B. Stugren. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology by S.A. Ostroumov (a review) // Studia Univ. Babes-Bolyai. Biologia. 1987. No. 2. P. 96 97 (in English); Dr. E. Symonides // Wiadomosci Ecologiczne, V. 33. No. 2. P. 199-201. - Review (in Polish); Review // J. General Biology. 1989. V. 50. No. 3, p. 429.

[book] Introduction to Problems of Biochemical Ecology: Biotechnology, Agriculture, Environment. 1990. Nauka Press, Moscow. 288 p., fig., tab. Bibliogr.: pp. 256-282. [In collaboration: Telitchenko M.M., S.A.O.] ISBN 5-02-004062-2. http://scipeople.com/publication/67987/ Published reviews of the book:
Prof. Laskorin B.N. (Full Member, Academy of Sciences) // Izvestia Acad. Sci. Ser. Biol. (Bulletin of Acad. Sci. Biological series) 1991. No. 5. p. 799 - 800. Prof. Sirenko L.A. // Hydrobiological Journal. 1992. - V. 28. No. 5. p. 108 - 109. Prof. Romanenko V.D. (Full Member, Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Director, Institute of Hydrobiology; President, the National Society of Hydroecology of Ukraine), Romanenko A.V. // Hydrobiological Journal. 1992. - V. 28. No. 2. - p. 82 - 83.

[translation of the book] Conservation Biology: An Evolutionary-Ecological Perspective (Ed. M. Soule, B. Wilcox) 1980, 395 p., fig., tab.; ISBN 0-87893-800-1. (Translated from

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English into Russian by S.A.Ostroumov). Russian edition: Moscow, Mir Press, 1983, 430 p., fig., tab. [book] Nature Conservation: Problems and Prospects. Moscow, Lesprom Press, 1983. 272 p., fig., tab. Bibliogr.: pp. 263-267. [In collaboration: Yablokov A.V., S.A.O.]. Published reviews of the book:
Prof. Lavrenko .. (Full Member, Academy of Sciences; President-in-Honor, Russian Botanical Society) // Botanical Journal. - 1984. - No. 12, - P. 1706 1710; Book and Art in the USSR [Kniga I Iskusstvo v SSSR]. 1983. No. 2/37, P.23; ISSN 0201 8543; (in Rus.); Books and Art in the USSR. 1983. No. 2/37, P.23; ISSN 0201 8500 (in English); Buch und Kunst in der UdSSR. 1983. No.2, P.21; ISSN 0201 8527 (in German); El libro y el arte en la URSS. 1983. No.2, p. 21; (in Spanish); Amstislavsky A. To think globally, to act locally. Review of the book 'Conservation of Living Nature: Problems and Prospects' // Man and Nature. 1984, No. 9, p. 81-85. [The detailed annotation of the book] 'Conservation of Living Nature: Problems and Prospects' // Nature (Priroda). 1984. No.7. p. 123; Pleshakov. Review of the book. Moskovskaya Pravda. 1984, 15.06.84, p. 3; Vostrikov L. Rev. of the book Conservation of Living Nature: Problems and Prospects. 1983 // Biologiya v Schkole. 1985. No. 3. p.72-73; Komarovskiy F.L. Rev. of the book Conservation of Living Nature: Problems and Prospects. 1983 // Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly. Biol. Nauki 1986. No. 4. p. 111112.

[book] Levels of Living Nature Conservation. 1985. Nauka Press. Moscow. 176 p., fig, tab. [In collaboration: Yablokov A.V., S.A.O.]. Published review of the book:
Chesnokov N.I. Review of the book Levels of Conservation of Living Nature. 1985 // Priroda (Nature, Moscow, in Russian) 1986. No. 7. . 124-125.

[book] Conservation of Living Nature and Resources: Problems, Trends, Prospects. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, London, Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Barcelona, Budapest. Springer. 1991. XII. 272 p., tab. Bibliogr.: p. 227-248. Index of Authors: p. 249-251. Subject Index: p. 253-271. ISBN 3-540-52096-1; ISBN 0-387-52096-1. [In collaboration: Yablokov A.V., S.A.O.]. This work examines the problems arising from the deterioration of the environment and covers the issues of conservation and biodiversity protection at the molecular-genetic, the ontogenetic, the species-population and the ecosystem levels. The book offers suggestions concerning changes in practice in agriculture, industry, recreation etc. in all sectors of society life and functioning. The deterioration of the environment has become one of the most serious problems of the twentieth century. The 12 chapters in this book: (1) the dangerous extent of human impact on the biosphere; (2) molecular genetic level; (3) problems at the ontogenetic level; (4) problems at the species-population level; (5) problems at the ecosystem level; (6) economic problems; (7) organizational and legal problems of the protection of living nature; (8) problems of prognostication; (9)

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protection of living nature and its connection with other global problems; (10) need for ecologization of society's activities; (11) ways of preserving living nature; and (12) scientific foundations and theory of living nature protection within the system of biological science, analyse the problems of conservation and suggest ways of helping to solve them. http://www.cababstractsplus.org/abstracts/Abstract.aspx? AcNo=19921964581 Published positive reviews of the book:
Goldsmith F. B. Review: Conservation of Living Nature and Resources, by A. V. Yablokov; S. A. Ostroumov. - The Journal of Ecology, 1992. Vol. 80, No. 1, p. 186-187; Hartshorn G. S. A Russian "Silent Spring".- BioScience, 1992, Vol. 42, No. 7, p. 559-560. [BioScience is published by: American Institute of Biological Sciences] [on the book: Conservation of Living Nature and Resources: Problems, Trends, and Prospects by A. V. Yablokov; S. A. Ostroumov]. [Gary S. Hartshorn, World Wildlife Fund Washington, DC 20037]; Book review: Conservation of Living Nature and Resources: Problems Trends and Prospects, by A. V. Yablokov, S.A.Ostroumov. Biological Conservation. 1993, Vol. 63, Issue 3, P. 271 [doi:10.1016/0006-3207(93)90728-J]; Dokumentation Natur und Landschaft (DNL) (Germany), 32 (1992) 1 (in German); Revista Espanola de Fisiologia (Spain). 48 (1992), 1 (in Spanish); Alauda (France). 61 (1993) 1 (in French); Mammalia (France). 57 (1993) 2, p. 304 (in French);

[book] Conservacion de la Naturaleza Viva. 1989. Vneshtorgizdat Press. Editorial Cientfico-Tcnica. 238 p., fig., tab. Bibliogr.: p. 234-235. [ill.; 22 cm]. (in Spanish). [In collaboration: Yablokov A.V., S.A.O.]. [book] Opazvane na Zhivata Priroda (= Conservation of Living Nature). Zemizdat Press. Sofia. 1989. 192 p., fig., tab. [ill.; 21 cm]. (in Bulgarian). [In collaboration: Yablokov A., S.O.]. [book] Ostroumov, Sergei. Uvod v Biokhimichnata Ekologia (=Introduction to Biochemical Ecology). Nauka i Izkusstvo (Science and Art) Press. Sofia. 1990. 155 p., fig., tab. Bibliogr.: pp.146-152 (in Bulgarian). [book] Ochrana iv prody: problmy a perspektivy (Conservation of Living Nature: Problems and Prospects). Praha. Academia. 1991. 345 p. 35 figures, 35 tables, 29 photographs. Bibliography on pages 229-307. Preface by Dr. Jaromir Pospisil (p. 5-8); ISBN 80-200-0021-6. Translated by Dr. Rudolf Orct. In Czech; the book was recommended as a textbook for universities. [In collaboration: Jablokov A.V., S.A.O.]. [book] Conservation of the Animal World: Problems and Prospects. Moscow: Znanie Press, 1979, 64 p., fig., tab. Bibliogr. 19 refs. [Okhrana zhivotnogo mira--problemy i perspektivy. Moskva : Znanie, 1979. 64 p.: ill.; 21 cm.] [In collaboration: Yablokov A.V., S.A.O.]. [book] Ostroumow S. A. Wprowadzenie do ekologii biochemicznej. [=Introduction to Biochemical Ecology] Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN [= PWN Press], 1992. 205 pages [translated from Russian by J. Kurylowicz = t. z jz. ros. Jerzy Kuryowicz] ISBN-13: 9788301104542. ISBN6

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10: 8301104546. Format: 20,5/14,5 cm. Gewicht: 250 g. [in Polish language; the book is recommended and used at several Polish universities, including: The Technical University of Lodz (Politechnika dzka); The Jan Kochanowski University of Humanities and Sciences in Kielce; University of Wrocaw; University in Bialymstok (Uniwersytet w Bialymstoku); University in Opole (Wydzia Przyrodniczo Techniczny Uniwersytetu Opolskiego); Akademia im. Jana Dugosza, Instytut Chemii i Ochrony rodowiska, Czstochowa; Uniwersytet Kardynala Stefana Wyszynskiego, Warsaw; and other universities]. [book] Biological Effects of Surfactants in Connection with the Anthropogenic Impact on the Biosphere. MAX Press, Moscow. 2000. 116 p. Bibliogr.: p.75-83 and 103-113. ISBN 5-317-00040-8. Overview in Eng. 84-113 p., tab. (Diploma of the Academy of Aquatic Sciences, awarded in 2006). [book] Alexeev A.P., Ananiev V.I., Artyukhin E.N., ...Dubinina V.G., ...Nemova N.N., ... Ostroumov S.A. et al. Conservation, Reproduction and Sustainable Use of Biological Resources of the Hydrosphere. Moscow. 2001. 128 p. [book] Biological Effects of Surfactants on Organisms. MAX Press, Moscow. 2001. 334 p., fig, tab. Bibliogr.: pp. 264-304 (716 refs.) ISBN 5-317-00323-7. From the Foreword written by Dr. S. McCutcheon (U.S. E.P.A.): "Sergei Ostroumov is pioneering the application of ecological and biological principles to redefine assimilative capacity, especially beyond the effects of bacteria I look forward to developing the emerging field of phytoremediation based on general concepts that I see Dr. Ostroumov developing ".
The book begins with a chapter entitled, "Anthropogenic Impacts and Synthetic Surfactants as Pollutants of Aquatic Ecosystems," a clear signal as to author S. Ostroumov's concerns and focus. The hardbound work provides a foundation for exploration of the effects that hazardous wastes (containing surfactants) produce in both freshwater and marine ecosystems. The text presents information on actions required for remediation and restoring water quality. Approaches to counteract "toxic effects of man made surfactants using biological methods, including phytoremediation," are also discussed in the 296-page work, as well as protection measures to improve water quality. The book contains the results of the authors studies of the biological effects of synthetic surfactants and detergents on autotrophic and heterotrophic, prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms. The chemicals included anionic, non-ionic and cationic surfactants, as well as several types of detergents. The organisms studied included bacteria and cyanobacteria, algae, flagellates, higher plants, and invertebrates (molluscs, annelids). The results are discussed and analyzed in connection with assessing the ecological hazards of anthropogenic impact on the biosphere and hydrosphere, studying water purification in aquatic ecosystems, and setting new priorities in the area of environmental protection. The book is of interest to scientists who conduct research in relevant areas of ecology, limnology, oceanography, hydrobiology, environmental science, geosciences, the science of the biosphere and global change, ecotoxicology, as well as to university professors, graduate students and educators. (Diploma of the Academy of Aquatic Sciences, awarded in 2006).

Published positive reviews of the book:


Prof. Yakovlev S.V. (Full Member, Russian Academy of Sciences) // Vestnik of Russian Academy of Sciences, 2002. v.72, No.11, p. 1038-1039. http://www.ras.ru/en/publishing/rasherald/rasherald_articleinfo.aspx?articleid=50a4f8157de7-413f-b2b7-f1489d99f4cb [Review of the book: S.A. Ostroumov, Biologicheskie effekty pri vozdeistvii poverkhnostno-aktivnykh veshchestv na organismy (The Impact of Surface Active Substances upon the Organisms: The Biological Effects). Author of the

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review: Academician, Prof. S.V.Yakovlev (Full Member, Russian Academy of Sciences; Director, VODGEO Institute)]. Prof. Vasiliev .F. (Full Member, Russian Academy of Sciences) // Vestnik of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, 2002, v.2, No.3, p. 65. Prof. Braginsky L.P., Sirenko L.A. // Hydrobiological Journal. 2003, v. 39, No. 3, p. 115118. Prof. Rozenberg G.S. (Corresponding Member, Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Ecology of the Volga Basin, Russian Academy of Sciences) // Uspekhi Sovremennoi Biologii (Advances of Modern Biology). 2003. No. 6. p. 618-619.

[book] Biotic Mechanism of Self-purification of Freshwater and Marine Water. (Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, vol. 9) oscow: AX Press. 2004. IV. 96 p., tab. Bibliogr. 59-85. Abstract in English. Section in English: p.53-58; about the author in English (p.90). ISBN 5-317-01120-5. [Diploma of the Academy of Aquatic Sciences, awarded in 2006; another Diploma to the book was awarded at the 7th International Conference Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations (2005)]. Published positive reviews of the book:
Prof. Malakhov V.V. (Corresponding Member, Russian Academy of Sciences) Review of the book (Ostroumov, S.A., 2004. Biotic mechanism of self-purification of freshwater and marine water. MAX Press, Moscow) // ESHS. 2004. Vol.10. P. 138. Prof. Rozenberg G.S. (Corresponding Member, Russian Academy of Sciences) Review of the book (Biotic mechanism of self-purification of freshwater and marine water, 2004) // Advances of Modern Biology. 2005. No.3. P. 317-318.

[book] Pollution, Self-purification and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems. oscow: AX Press. 2005. 100 p., tab. Bibliogr.: 63-89. Glossary. Extended English abstract (p. 57-62), a note about the author in English (p.97). ISBN 5-317-01213-9. From the preface written by Professor V.D. Fedorov and Prof. V.N. Maximov: "The book is recommended as a textbook, useful for the preparation of marine biologists, ecologists, experts in environmental protection, conservation and management of aquatic and biological resources. The book will be useful to teachers, graduate students, undergraduates and students." From the contents: Section 16: Rehabilitation of water facilities damaged as a result of anthropogenic influences, with the original table a new method for monetary assessment of the value of freshwater ecosystem and its self-purification potential. Glossary (pp. 90-93). Expanded English summary (p.57-62), information about the author in Russian (p.96) and English. (p.97) languages. ISBN 5-317-01213-9. The book published as an issue of the new series "Science. Education. Innovation ", Vol 1. The book was awarded the Diploma of the Academy of Aquatic Sciences (2006) and the Diploma of the winner of the competition (2007) of scientific and educational publications organized by MOIP (the Moscow Society of Naturalists; the MOIP diploma was signed by the President of MOIP, Vice-President of Russian Academy of Sciences Academician V.A. Sadovnichy). [teaching aid] Ecology and Hydrobiology. Curricula of Lecture Courses. Moscow. MAX Press. 2005. VI + 36 p. The collection of curricula of 8 lecture courses including: (1) Ecology; (2) Mechanisms of Interorganismal Interactions in Ecosystems; (3) General Biochemical Ecology; (4) Introduction to Biochemical Ecology of Drinking Water and Human Nutrition; (5) Quantitative and Theoretical Hydrobiology; (6) Water Self-Purification and Water Quality; (7) Environmental Policy and 8

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Sustainable Development; (8) Environmental Problems and Sustainability: New Course Curriculum (in English). The course on ecology is a classical cource, the other courses are completely innovative. Of interest to professors and students in various fields of ecology, life science, environmental science, limnology, medicine, sciences on the biosphere, protection, and sustainable use of biological, aquatic biological and water resources. (Diploma of the Academy of Aquatic Sciences, awarded in 2006). [book] Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p., tab. Bibliogr. on pages 203-243 and 250-253. Subject Index: p.255-279. ISBN 0-8493-2526-9. ISBN 13: 9780849325267. [Electronic book text: ISBN: 6610517002; ISBN 13: 9786610517008; Publication date: 15 December 2005]; (Diploma of the Academy of Aquatic Sciences, awarded in 2006). http://scipeople.com/publication/67906/ ; The book summarizes the 20year research done by the author and over 90 author's research publications in many Russian and international editions as well as hundreds of publications of other scientists. The book contains new detailed information on the results of the authors studies of the biological effects of synthetic surfactants and detergents on autotrophic and heterotrophic, prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms. The chemicals included anionic, non-ionic and cationic surfactants, as well as several types of detergents. The freshwater and marine organisms studied included bacteria and cyanobacteria, algae, flagellates, seedlings of higher plants, and invertebrates (mollusks, annelids). The results are discussed and analyzed in connection with new priorities in assessing the ecological hazards of chemical pollution and xenobiotics on the biosphere and hydrosphere, studying water purification in aquatic ecosystems, and setting new priorities in the area of environmental protection. The book is of interest to scientists who conduct research in relevant areas of ecology, limnology, oceanography, hydrobiology, environmental sciences, water sciences, geosciences, the science of the biosphere and global change, ecotoxicology, as well as to university professors, graduate students and educators. The book is also of interest to those who are involved in environmental management and assessment, environmental law and regulation. The book is also of interest to companies that make dispersants to clean oil spills, shampoos, laundry detergents, detergents for cars, and other detergents. Opinion of Dr. Steven C. McCutcheon about the book, from his Preface: "I am pleased to have this opportunity to comment on the scientific leadership of Sergei A. Ostroumov. The book is highly recommended to those who are involved in studying ecology and solving environmental problems". - Steven C. McCutcheon, Ph.D., University of Georgia and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; President of the American Society of Ecological Engineering. Contents: Anthropogenic Impacts and Synthetic Surfactans as Pollutants of Aquatic Ecosystems: * Criteria and Priorities in Assessing the Hazardous Impacts on Aquatic Biota; * Ecological Hazard and Ecosystemic Consequences of the Effect of Anthropogenic Substances on Hydrobionts; * Biological Effects of Substances and the Need of Refining the Arsenal of Biotesting Methods; * Substantiating the Need for Further Research into Biological Effects of Synthetic Surfactants; * Ambiguity of Biological Effects Caused by Surfactants; * Pollution of Aquatic Ecosystems by Synthetic

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Surfactants; * Synthetic Surfactants and Self-Purification of Water Including its Filtration by Mollusks; Organisms and Methods: * Organisms: Substantiation of Choice and Aspects of Methods Used; * Chemical Substances Used; Biological Activity of waters Contains Anionic Surfactants: * Biological Effects of Alkyl Sulfates. Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate (SDS); * Biological Effects of Alkyl Benzene Sulfonates (ABS); * Biological Effects of High-Polymer Synthetic Surfactants; Biological Activity of Waters Containing Nonionogenic Surfactants: * Biological effects of Nonionogenic Surfactants in a System With Bacteria; * Biological Effects of Nonionogenic Surfactants on Phytoplankton Organisms; * Biological Effects of Nonionogenic Surfactants on Higher Eukaryotes; * Biological Effects of Nonionogenic Surfactants and Their Hazards to Aquatic Ecosystems; Biological Activity of Waters Containing Cationic Surfactants: * Biological Effects of Ethonium; * Biological Effects of Tetradecyl Trimethyl Ammonium Bromide (TDTMA); * Biological Effects of Benzethonium Chloride; * Other Data on the Biological Activities of Cationic Surfactants; Biological Effects of Surfactant-Containing Mixtures and Other Preparations: * Impact of Aquatic Media with Surfactant-Containing Mixtures on Hydrobionts: Earlier Works; * New results on the Impact of Surfactant-Containing Mixtures on Autotrophic Organisms; * New results on the Impact of Surfactant-Containing Mixtures on Heterotrophic Organisms; * Assessment of the Biological Activities of Other Preparations and Samples; Biological Effects of Synthetic Surfactants and Participation of Hydrobionts in Water Purification: * Self-purification of Water and the Role of Hydrobionts in Aquatic Ecosystems; * Water Purification and Some Applied Problems; * Anthropogenic Impact on Hydrobionts: Assessment of the Ecological Hazards; Index http://www.chipsbooks.com/biosurfc.htm; Published reviews of the book: Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC / Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006, 279 p., ISBN 0-8493-2526-9. - SciTech Book News, 2006 (March), Vol.30, No.1, p.58; [ISSN 0196-6006] http://www.booknews.com/issues/sci-0603.pdf [a minireview of the book; publisher: Book News, Inc.; 5739 NE Sumner St.; Portland Oregon, 97218, U.S.A. Formal description of the journal: Reviews of new high-level books in all fields of science. Encompasses graduate level texts, serious scholarly treatises, and professional references; http://library.vtc.edu.hk/ejournalsearch/Detail.do? query=SciTech+Book+News]; Toderas I.K. (Academician-Secretary of the Department of the Biological, Chemical, and Ecological Sciences of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova), Ermakov V.V. (Professor, head of the laboratory, Institute of Geochemistry, RAS). Novelty about ecological hazards of the chemicals that pollute aquatic environment. A review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants. (CRC Press, Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p.). Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Life Sciences (Buletinul Academiei de Stiinte a Moldovei. Stiintele Vietii). 2007, 2, .169172. Bibliogr. 10 refs. ["The book is a new significant step toward better knowledge and understanding the effects of chemical pollution on the biosphere" (p. 172)]. Petrosyan V.S. Review of the book: Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. - Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2007. vol. 12, p.117-119 (in English). Review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. Bulletin Samarskaya Luka. - 2007. - V. 16, 4(22). - P. 864-867. Bibliogr. 10 refs. http://www.ssc.smr.ru/media/journals/samluka/2007/16_4_22.pdf

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Review of the book: Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. // Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2007. 2 (4). p.108. Review of the book: S.A.Ostroumov. Biological Effects of Surfactants (2006). Ecologica, 2008. .15, No. 51, p. 71-72. (YU ISSN 0354-3285; Belgrade; in English). Ermakov V.V. Review of the book: : Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. Toxicological Review [Toksikologicheskij Vestnik], 2009, No. 2, p. 40 ( = .. . : Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. // , 2009, 2, .40).

[teaching aid]: From Ecology to Health: in Search of Recommendations on the Basis of Biochemical Human Ecology. oscow: MAX Press, 2006. 32 p. 11 Tables. Bibliogr. 34 refs. On The Ecological-Biochemical Mechanism For Maintaining Water Quality And Water Self-Purification: From Theory To Applications. oscow: MAX Press. 2006. - 24 p. Bibliogr. 54 refs. (Series "Science. Education. Innovations"; Issue 5). A short summary is presented of the author's publications and results in studying the biotic mechanism for maintaining water quality and for self-purification of freshwater and marine waters. The publication is based on the author's experimental studies of both freshwater and marine organisms, which were carried out in Russia, Ukraine, Great Britain and other countries. Short summary of the theory is given as well as some practical recommendation leading to sustainable use of water and aquatic biological resources. [book] Hydrobiological Self-purification of Water: from Studies of Biological Mechanisms to Search of Ecotechnologies. oscow: Publishers Oil and Gas of the I.M.Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, 2007. 53 p. [Book]: The biological control of the environment: bioindication and biotesting / Ed. O.P. Melekhova, E.I. Egorova. Moscow: Publishing Center Academy 2007, 288 pp. ISBN 978-5-7695-3560-4. [Co-authors: O.P. Melekhova, E.I. Egorova, T.I. Evseev, V.M. Glaser, S.A.Geras'kin, Yu.K. Doronin, A.A. Kitashova, A.V. Kitashov, Y.P. Kozlov, I.A. Kondratyeva, G.V. Kossova, S.V. Kotelevtsev, D.N. Matorin, S.A.Ostroumov, S.I. Pogosyan, A.V. Smurov, G. N. Solovykh, A.L. Stepanov, N.A. Tushmalova, L.V. Tsatsenko]. Allowed by the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation as a teaching aid for students enrolled in the educational direction "Biology" and biological disciplines. [Book]: The biological control of the environment: bioindication and biotesting, 2nd edition. / Ed. O.P. Melekhova, E.I. Sarapultzeva. Moscow: Publishing Center Academy 2007, 288 pp. ISBN 978-5-7695-5594-7. 60 90/16. [Co-authors: O.P. Melekhova, E.I. Sarapultzeva, T.I. Evseev, V.M. Glaser, S.A.Geras'kin, Yu.K. Doronin, A.A. Kitashova, A.V. Kitashov, Y.P. Kozlov, I.A. Kondratyeva, G.V. Kossova, S.V. Kotelevtsev, D.N. Matorin, S.A.Ostroumov, S.I. Pogosyan, A.V. Smurov, G. N. Solovykh, A.L. Stepanov, N.A. Tushmalova, L.V. Tsatsenko]. Allowed by the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation as a teaching aid for students enrolled in the educational direction "Biology" and biological disciplines. [Collective monograph] Issues of Ecology and Hydrobiology / Editors I.K.Toderas, S.A.Ostroumov, E.I.Zubcova. Moscow, MAX Press. 2008. - 80 p. ISBN 978-5-31702224-2. [= / . .. 11

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, .. , .. . , . 2008. - 80 .] The collective monograph contains publications of the international team of authors on issues of ecology, biogeochemistry, water quality, and environmental monitoring. The main part of the book is formed by the innovative materials on the role of aquatic organisms in water self-purification and biogenic migration of elements. The role of aquatic mollusks in the biogenic migration of metals is given special attention. The organisms that were studied included several species of organisms inhabiting freshwater and marine environments. Among those species were mollusks Unio pictorum, zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha, marine mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis and some other organisms. One of the papers contributes to developing new ecological technologies to treat polluted waters using aquatic vegetation (macrophytes, plants), for instance, elodea Elodea canadensis, Potamogeton crispus and other species. The collective monograph was initiated and organized by Dr. S.A. Ostroumov as a step toward contributing to the scientific basis of environmental safety and sustainability. The book was published under the aegis of Moscow State University and the Moscow Society of Researchers of Nature (MOIP), the oldest public society in Russia. [D:\ \2008
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[Book]: Aquatic organisms in water self-purification and biogenic migration of elements. Moscow. MAX Press. 2008. 200 p. ISBN 978-5-317-02625-7. http://scipeople.com/publication/68016/
Review: Ermakov V.V. (Prof., Head of Lab. of Biogeochem., Russ. Acad. Sci.) About the book S.A. Ostroumov Aquatic organisms in self-purification of water and the biogenic migration of elements // Water: Chemistry and Ecology. 2009. 8. p.25-29. Bibliogr. 26 refs. A new theory for the biomechanisms for water self-purification is presented in the S.A.Ostroumovs book Aquatic Organisms in Water Self-Purification and Biogenic Migration of Elements (2008, 200 p.). Hydrobionts (aquatic organisms) are actively involved in various processes leading to water purification. Almost all main groups of organisms are involved, which is discussed and analyzed in the paper. In the theory, the results of the author's experiments on the effects of various pollutants on aquatic organisms were used. The theory is an innovative basis for new ecological technologies to clean water and to upgrade its quality by using aquatic organisms.

[Book]: The biological control of the environment: bioindication and biotesting / Ed. O.P. Melekhova, E.I. Sarapultseva. Moscow: Publishing Center Academy 2008, 288 pp. 2nd edition. ISBN 978-5-7695-5594-7. [Co-authors: O.P. Melekhova, E.I. Sarapultseva, T.I. Evseev, V.M. Glaser, S.A.Geras'kin, Yu.K. Doronin, A.A. Kitashova, A.V. Kitashov, Y.P. Kozlov, I.A. Kondratyeva, G.V. Kossova, S.V. Kotelevtsev, D.N. Matorin, S.A.Ostroumov, S.I. Pogosyan, A.V. Smurov, G. N. Solovykh, A.L. Stepanov, N.A. Tushmalova, L.V. Tsatsenko]. Allowed by the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation as a teaching aid for students enrolled in the educational direction "Biology" and biological disciplines. Ostroumov S.A. Chemico-Biotic Interactions and the New in the Teaching on the Biosphere by V.I.Vernadsky. Moscow, 2009, MAX-Press. 52 p. Bibliogr. 77 refs. Editor: Academician G.V.Dobrovolsky (Series: Science. Education. Innovations. Issue 10). ISBN 978-5-317-03005-6. The brochure is a material for the lecture. The author was invited to lecture at the All-Russia Conference with the elements of a scientific school "Ecotoxicology-2009". Conference is organized by the Scientific-Educational Center "Ecobiotechnology" of Tula State University at the Institute of Biochemistry and Physiology of Microorganisms, RAN, 26 - 30 October 2009, Pushchino. The aim of this

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work - to summarize and systematize the publications of the author which are related to the topic of the lecture. It contains the results of the author's works in the period 19852009. The results and bibliography are summarized in the tables: 1. Accumulation of elements in organisms and their role in biogeochemical fluxes of elements; 2. Effects of xenobiotics and pollutants on higher plants; 3. The impact of chemicals on algae; 4. The impact of xenobiotics on molluscs and some plankton organisms which are filter feeders; 5.Investigations of the role of aquatic plants in relation to phytotechnologies and phytoremediation; 6. Conceptual developments of fundamentals of general ecology and the state of the biosphere. Among the new fundamental concepts introduced by the author: the biosphere as an ecological-biochemical continuum (p.43), theory of apparatus of the biosphere (p.43-44). Papers: Transhydrogenase-induced responses of carotenoids, bacteriochlorophyll and penetrating ions in Rhodospirillum rubrum chromatophores. FEBS Letters. 1973, 31: 27-30 (in Eng.). Bibliogr. 10 refs. [Discovery of new electrochromic effects induced by the transhydrogenase reaction]. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Samuilov V.D., Skulachev V.P.]. doi:10.1016/0014-5793(73)80066-3. Drachev L. A., A. A. Jasaitis, A. D. Kaulen, A. A. Kondrashin, E. A. Liberman, I. B. Nemecek, S. A. Ostroumov, A. Yu. Semenov, V. P. Skulachev. Direct measurement of electric current generation by cytochrome oxidase, H+-ATPase and bacteriorhodopsin. Nature. 1974, 249: 321 324 [doi:10.1038/249321a0]. A method for association of proteoliposomes with planar phospholipid membrane has been elaborated, by which operation of molecular electric generators, such as cytochrome oxidase, H+-ATPase and bacteriorhodopsin, can be followed using ordinary electrometer techniques. Electrogenesis by bacteriorhodopsin incorporated in a planar phospholipid membrane. FEBS Letters. 1974, 39: 43-45 (in Eng.). [In collaboration: Drachev L.A., Kaulen A.D., S.A.O., Skulachev V.P.]. The meaning of some similarities among mitochondria, chloroplasts and prokaryotes. Nature (Priroda, in Russian). 1973. No. 3. pp. 2129, portr. Membrane potential induced by the transhydrogenase reaction in the chromatophores. Biological Sciences. [ = Membrane potential in the chromatophores of Rhodospirillum rubrum conditioned by a transhydrogenase reaction - Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly Biologicheskie Nauki (Nauchnye Dokl Vyss Shkoly Biol Nauki)] 1974. No. 2. p. 92-95. Fig. Abstract in Russian. Bibliogr. 9 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Samuilov V.D., Skulachev V.P.] ISSN: 0470-4606; (in Russ.) Generation of electric current by cytochromoxidase, H+-ATPase and bacteriorhodopsin. DAN (Reports to the Academy of Sciences). 1974, 218: 481-484. [In collaboration: Drachev L.A., Kaulen A.D., Kondrashin A.A., Liberman E.A., Nemecek I.B., S.A.O., Semenov A.Yu., Skulachev V.P., Jasaitis A.A..] Bioenergetics of the cell. - Future of Science. Moscow, Znanie Press, 1974, pp. 152-161, portr. [In collaboration: Jasaitis A.A., S.A.O.] 13

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Bacteriorhodopsin, membranes and photosynthesis. Nature (Priroda, in Russian). 1975. No. 3. p. 58-64, portr. Direct measurement of the electric current generation by lipoprotein complexes. Bioorganic Chemistry. 1975, 1: 113-126 (in Russ., with the Eng. abstract; the experimental discovery of generation of electric current by lipoprotein complexes: bacteriorhodopsin from biomembranes of Halobacterium halobium, bacteriochlorophyll reaction centers from Rhodospirillum rubrum, cytochrome oxidase, and oligomycinsensitive H+ATPase from mitochondria). [In collaboration: Barsky E.L., Drachev L.A., Kaulen A.D., Kondrashin A.A., Liberman E.A., S.A.O., Samuilov V.D., Semenov A.Yu., Skulachev V.P., Jasaitis A.A.] http://www.rjbc.ru/arc/1/1/0113-0126.pdf Biological oxidation. Large Russian Encyclopedia. 3rd edition. Moscow. 1975. Vol. 18, p. 343-345. Bibliogr. 7 refs. Nicotinamide dinucleotide. Large Russian Encyclopedia. 3rd edition. Moscow. 1975. Vol. 18, p.17. Nicotinamide dinucleotidephosphate. Large Russian Encyclopedia. 3rd edition. Moscow. 1975. Vol. 18, p.17. Oxidative phosphorylation. Large Russian Encyclopedia. 3rd edition. Moscow. 1975. Vol. 18, p.346. A study on the membrane potential and pH gradient in chromatophores and intact cells of photosynthetic bacteria. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1975, 387: 388-395 (in Eng.). [In collaboration: Barsky E.L., Bonch-Osmolovskaya E.A., S.A.O., Samuilov V.D., Skulachev V. P.]. Abstract. Generation of membrane potential () and transmembrane pH difference (pH) was studied in PPi-energized chromatophores of Rhodospirillum rubrum by means of measurements of carotenoid and bacteriochlorophyll absorption changes, atebrin and 8-anilinonaphthalene-1-sulphonate fluorescence responses, and phenyldicarbaundecaborane transport. The data obtained are consistent with the suggestion that carotenoid, bacteriochlorophyll and phenyldicarbaundecaborane responses are indicators of , while an atebrin response is an indicator of pH. The fluorescence of 8-anilinonaphthalene-1-sulphonate is affected both by and pH. Abbreviations: ANS, 8-anilinonaphthalene-1-sulfonate; CCCP, 2,4,6-trichlorocarbonyl cyanide phenylhydrazone; PCB, phenyldicarbaundecaborane; PPi, inorganic pyrophosphate; doi:10.1016/0005-2728(75)90118-8. Reconstitution of biological molecular generators of electric current. Bacteriorhodopsin. J. Biol. Chem. 1976, 251: 7059-7065 (in Eng.). [In collaboration: Drachev L.A., Frolov V.N., Kaulen A.D., Liberman E.A., S.A.O., Plakunova V.G., Semenov A.Y., Skulachev V.P.] Abstract: 1. Photoinduced generation of electric current by bacteriorhodopsin,
incorporated into the planar phospholipid membrane, has been directly measured with conventional electrometer techniques. 2. Two methods for bacteriorhodopsin incorporation have been developed: (a) formation of planar membrane from a mixture of decane solution of phospholipids and of the fraction of violet fragments of the Halobacterium halobium membrane (bacteriorhodopsin sheets), and (b) adhesion of bacteriorhodopsin-containing reconstituted spherical membranes (proteoliposomes) to the planar membrane in the presence of Ca2+ or some other cations. In both cases, illumination was found to induce electric current generation directed across the planar membrane, an effect which was measured by macroelectrodes immersed into electrolyte solutions on both sides of the membrane. 3. The maximal values of the transmembrane electric potential were of about 150 mV at a current of about 10(-11) A. The electromotive force measured by means of counterbalancing the photoeffect by an external

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battery, was found to reach the value of 300 mV. 4. The action spectrum of the photoeffect coincides with the bacteriorhodopsin absorption spectrum (maximum about 570 nm). 5. Both components of the electrochemical potential of H+ ions (electric potential and delta pH) across the planar membrane affect the bacteriorhodopsin photoelectric response in a fashion which could be expected if bacteriorhodopsin were a light-dependent electrogenic proton pump. 6. La3+ ions were shown to inhibit operation of those bacteriorhodopsin which pump out H+ ions from the La3+-containing compartment. 7. The photoeffect, mediated by proteoliposomes associated with thick planar membrane, is decreased by gramicidin A at concentrations which do not influence the planar membrane resistance in the light. On the contrary, a protonophorous uncoupler, trichlorocarbonylcyanidephenylhydrazone, decreases the photoeffect only if it is added at a concentration lowering the light resistance. The dark resistance is shown to be higher than the light one, and decreases to the light level by gramicidin. 8. A simple equivalent electric scheme consistent with the above results has been proposed.

The meaning of some similarities among mitochondria, chloroplasts and prokaryotes. Nature (Priroda, in Russian). 1973. No. 3. pp. 2129, portr. Membrane potential induced by the transhydrogenase reaction in the chromatophores. Biological Sciences. 1974. No. 2. p. 92-95. Fig. Abstract in Russian. Bibliogr. 9 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Samuilov V.D., Skulachev V.P.] Generation of electric current by cytochromoxidase, H+-ATPase and bacteriorhodopsin. DAN (Reports to the Academy of Sciences). 1974, 218: 481-484. [In collaboration: Drachev L.A., Kaulen A.D., Kondrashin A.A., Liberman E.A., Nemecek I.B., S.A.O., Semenov A.Yu., Skulachev V.P., Jasaitis A.A..] Bioenergetics of the cell. - Future of Science. Moscow, Znanie Press, 1974, pp. 152-161, portr. [In collaboration: Jasaitis A.A., S.A.O.] Bacteriorhodopsin, membranes and photosynthesis. Nature (Priroda, in Russian). 1975. No. 3. p. 58-64, portr. Direct measurement of the electric current generation by lipoprotein complexes. Bioorganic Chemistry. 1975, 1: 113-126 (in Russ., with the Eng. abstract; the experimental discovery of generation of electric current by lipoprotein complexes: bacteriorhodopsin from biomembranes of Halobacterium halobium, bacteriochlorophyll reaction centers from Rhodospirillum rubrum, cytochrome oxidase, and oligomycinsensitive H+ATPase from mitochondria). [In collaboration: Barsky E.L., Drachev L.A., Kaulen A.D., Kondrashin A.A., Liberman E.A., S.A.O., Samuilov V.D., Semenov A.Yu., Skulachev V.P., Jasaitis A.A.] Biological oxidation. Large Russian Encyclopedia. 3rd edition. Moscow. 1975. Vol. 18, p. 343-345. Bibliogr. 7 refs. Nicotinamide dinucleotide. Large Russian Encyclopedia. 3rd edition. Moscow. 1975. Vol. 18, p.17. Nicotinamide dinucleotidephosphate. Large Russian Encyclopedia. 3rd edition. Moscow. 1975. Vol. 18, p.17. Oxidative phosphorylation. Large Russian Encyclopedia. 3rd edition. Moscow. 1975. Vol. 18, p.346.

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Membrane potential as a potential polyfunctional regulator of activities of membrane proteins. Biological Sciences. 1976. No. 7, p. 22-26. Bibliogr. 23 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Vorobiev L.N.] Participation of chloroplasts and mitochondria in virus reproduction and the evolution of the eukaryotic cell. J. theor. Biol. 1977, vol. 67, p. 287-297 (in Eng.). Fig. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 56 refs. [A new evolutionary model is proposed: it is postulated that portions of DNA of an ancient prokaryote were transferred into the nucleus of the ancient eukaryote cell. The terms 'mitophages' and 'plastophages' ('chlorophages') are introduced]. Membrane potential and surface charge densities as possible generalized regulators of membrane protein activities. J. theor. Biol. 1978, 75: 289-297 (in Eng.). [In collaboration: S.A.O., Vorobiev L.N.] [A new theory is proposed and developed on the polyfunctional regulatory role of the membrane potential; afterwards the theory was confirmed by many facts]. Ferredoxins. - Large Russian Encyclopedia. 3rd edition. Moscow. 1977. Vol. 27, p. 310311. Bibliogr. 2 refs. Chemiosmotic hypothesis. Large Russian Encyclopedia. 3rd edition. Moscow. 1978. Vol. 28, p. 234. Bibliogr. 2 refs. Thermoregulation und Energetik des Organismus.Wissenschaft und Menschheit. Berlin. Urania-Verlag. 1978. S. 340-341. Electrochemical proton gradient across the membranes of photophosphorylating bacteria. Biomembranes (Ed. L. Manson) 1979, 10: 209-233. Bibliogr.: p. 225-233 (in Eng.). [New evidence in support of the hypothesis proposed by S.A.O. on the polyfunctional regulatory role of membrane potential]. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Jasaitis A.A., Samuilov V.D.] Origin of the eukaryotic cell and energy-transforming organells. Journal of General Biology. 1979. 40 (2): 202-208. Electrochemical gradient of H+-ions across the membranes of bacteria. Uspekhi Sovremennoi Biologii (=Advances of Modern Biology), 1979, 87: 155-169. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Samuilov V.D., Jasaitis A.A.] World Conservation Strategy. Nature. (= Priroda, in Russian). 1980, 12: 40-41. Air pollution changes the permeability of plant cells. Nature (Priroda). 1980. No. 3, P. 115. Nature conservation. Veterinary Encyclopaedic Dictionary. Moscow. 1981. p. 416. From the Editors [Foreword]. In: Man and the Biosphere. Man-made Effects on the Animal World [ ]. Moscow: The Central Natural Sciences Library of the Academy of Sciences. UNESCO-MAB (Man and the Biosphere) Program. Issues: 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990. No.1. [co-authored with E.E.Anisimov]. P.5. Biochemistry and Environmental Conservation: in Search for Regulators. Man and Nature (= Chelovek i Priroda), 1984, No. 4, p. 11-69. Bibliogr. 16 refs, portr. Problems of conservation of ecosystems: a conceptual analysis. Man and Nature, 1984, 5: 3-15.

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Studies of responses of seedlings of Fagopyrum esculentum to pollution of aquatic medium by detergents. In: Problems of Ecological Monitoring and Ecosystem Modeling. 1986, 9: 87-97. 7 tables. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 26 refs. [In collaboration: Maximov V.N., Nagel H., S.A.O.] The inhibitory effects of SDS, sulfonol, Triton X100, and pesticide DNOC on the growth of the seedlings of F. esculentum were discovered. Pollution of the biosphere. In: Biological Encyclopedic Dictionary, Moscow, Sov. Encyclopedia Press, 1986, p. 205-206. Conservation of nature [and biodiversity]. In: Biological Encyclopedic Dictionary, Moscow, Sov. Encyclopedia Press. 1986, p. 437-438. Biological oxidation. Encyclopedic Dictionary of Biology. Moscow. 1986. p. 419-420. Oxidative phosphorylation. In: Biological Encyclopedic Dictionary. Moscow, Sov. Encyclopedia Press. 1986. P. 420-421. Chemiosmotic theory. In: Biological Encyclopedic Dictionary. Moscow, Sov. Encyclopedia Press. 1986. P. 685. Effects of an anionic detergent on green algae and some angiosperms. Biological Sciences. 1986, No.7: 84-86. 2 tables. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 8 refs. [In collaboration: Goryunova S.V., S.A.O.] Conservation of [biodiversity, ecosystems and] nature. In: Encyclopedia of Forest. Moscow. 1986. Vol. 2, p. 183-185. Nature conservation. Forest Encyclopedia. Moscow. Vol. 2, 1986, p. 183-185. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Krassov O.I.] Inhibition of elongation of seedlings of buckwheat under the effect of sodium dodecylsulphate. Biological Sciences. 1987, No.12: 81-84. 3 tables. Abstract in English and Russian. Bibliogr. 13 refs. [SDS at 0.1 mg/L inhibited the growth of seedlings of Fagopyrum esculentum by 24-37%]. [In collaboration: Nagel H., S.A.O., Maximov V.N.] Biotesting waters containing a surfactant (sulfonol) and DNOC. Hydrobiological Journal, 1988. 24 (4): 54-55. Tab. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 6 refs. [The pesticide dinitroorthocresol (DNOC) and surfactant sulfonol inhibited elongation of seedlings of Sinapis alba]. [In collaboration: Maximov V.N., Nagel H., S.A.O.] Iablokov A.V., Ostroumov S.A. Omul si natura. De la probleme la solutii (Fragmente). In: Ocrotirea Naturii. Traditii, actualitate, perspective (Editor: Bogdan Stugren). 1988. Dacia Press (Editura Dacia), Cluj-Napoca, p. 65-80. Bibliogr. 5 refs. (in Romanian language). http://scipeople.com/publication/99145/; [translated from: Celovek i priroda. Ot problem k reseniiu // Celovek i priroda, nr. 7, 1982, pp. 8-63; translated pages: p.45-63]. Biotesting of water polluted by sulfonol. Water Resources. 1988. 1: 165-168. Tab. Bibliogr. 13 refs. [Sulfonol inhibited the growth of seedlings of Sinapis alba - 50 was 0.19-0.35 microliters/ml. Sulfonol inhibited the growth of the culture of Scenedesmus quadricauda - 50 was 0.05-0.1 microliters/ml]. [In collaboration: Maximov V.N., H.Nagel, T.N.Kovaleva, S.A.O.] Degradation of algae under water pollution by ethonium. Ecology. 1988. No. 6: 57-58. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Maximov V.N.]

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Chemical pollution of the environment and carcinogenesis. Problems of Environment and Natural Resources. 1989, 8: 12-20. Bibliogr. 10 refs. Effects of water pollution by detergent Bio-S on euglens. Hydrobiological Journal. 1990. Vol. 26. No.6, p. 78-79. Table. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 9 refs. [In collaboration: Wasternack C., S.A.O.] [Detergent Bio-S 0.5 g/L completely inhibited the growth of Euglena gracilis; at concentrations of 0.01 and 0.1 g/L, no substantial effect]. Translated into English: Vasternak K., Ostroumov S.A. Effect of aquatic pollution by the detergent Bio-S on euglenas. - Hydrobiological Journal/Gidrobiologicheskiy Zhurnal [HYDROBIOL. J.]. 1991. Vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 92-94. http://md1.csa.com/partners/viewrecord.php? requester=gs&collection=ENV&recid=2844795&q=Ostroumov+S.A.&uid=788880522& setcookie=yes. The effect of the detergent Bio-S at concentrations of 0.01-0.5 g/liter on Euglena gracilis was investigated. Concentrations of 0.01 and 0.1 g/liter produced no significant effect, but at 0.5 g/liter the surfactant completely inhibited growth of the culture. Descriptors: Article Subject Terms detergents | growth | surfactants | toxicity | toxicity testing | toxicity tests | water pollution | Article Taxonomic Terms: Euglena gracilis. Usage of Cucumis sativus and other species to bio-assay chemicals. In: Allelopathy and Plant Productivity. 1990. Naukova Dumka Press, Kiev. P. 124-129, tab. Bibliogr. 11 refs. [In collaboration: Kartsev V.G., S.A.O., Pavlova I.A.] Assessment of biotechnological destruction of anionic surface-active substances using biotests // Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin. Vol.45. No.3. P.72-76. Fig., tables. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 8 refs (Publisher: Allerton Press, Inc.; ISSN 00963925). [In collaboration: S.A.Ostroumov, Samoilenko L.S.] [Water purified in a laboratory bioreactor with bacteria Pseudomonas mendocina. Tests: Fagopyrum esculentum, Lepidium sativum, Sinapis alba]. Translated from the Russian edition: Assessment of the efficiency of biotechnological destruction of anionic surfactant using biotests. Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Biologiya. 1990, No.3: 74-78. (in Russ., with Eng. abstract) [In collaboration: Ostroumov S.A., Samoilenko L.S.] On some lists the reference is as following: Ostroumov, S. A. and L. S. Samoilenko (1990). Assessment of the efficiency of biotechnological destruction of anionic surfactant using biological tests. - Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Seriya XVI Biologiya (3): 74-78, in Russ. =
Ostroumov, S.A., Samojlenko, L.S. Assessment of efficiency of biodegradation of anionic surfactants by biotests. - Moskovskii Gosudarstvennyi Universitet. Vestnik. Seriya 16: Biologiya [Vestn. MGU (Biol.).]. 1990. no. 3, pp. 74-78. [= Assessment of efficiency of biotechnological destruction of anionic surfactant. - Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Seriya 16 (Biologiya) [VESTN. MOSK. UNIV., SER. 16 (BIOL.).]. 1990, no. 3, pp. 74-80]. Abstract: In order to treat / purity polluted water containing synthetic surfactant sulphonol (0.1 g/l), Pseudomonas mendocina cells immobilized in a bioreactor were used. The efficiency of the processes of water purification was monitored using both bioassay and chemical method. The following three biotests were used: the seedlings of plants Fagopyrum esculentum, Lepidium sativum and Sinapis alba. Growth of the seedlings of all the three species was strongly inhibited by the polluted water before its purification. The quality of polluted water was shown to be considerably improved after its treatment in the bioreactor according to the responses of the seedlings tested. Descriptors: Article Subject Terms: bioassays, biodegradation, biotesting, immobilized bacterial cells, microorganisms, purification, waste treatment, water purification, water quality control, water treatment; Article Taxonomic Terms: Pseudomonas mendocina.

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Universiteta Biologiya (Series 16). 1990, No. 2: 27-34, [=Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Biologiia, v. 45 (2), 1990, p. 27-34]. tab. (in Russ. with English abstract). Bibliogr. 17 refs. [page 31: a new algorithm for correspondence of the assessments of the biological activity of chemicals and pollutants made on different test-objects, or for different chemicals, of by different methods]. Another variant of the reference for this paper: Ostroumov, S.A. Studies of problems of assessment of biological activities of xenobiotics.-Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Seriya 16 (Biologiya) [VESTN. MOSK. UNIV., SER. 16 (BIOL.).]. Vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 27-34. 1990. An analysis of problems of bioassay of xenobiotics and pollutants is presented. A review of author's and co-workers' previous publications on bio-testing of surfactants and pesticides is given. Several new methods and modifications of methods with use of plant seedlings are discussed. A new approach to the problem of comparison of data on assessment of biological activities of xenobiotics and pollutants is suggested. Descriptors: Article Subject Terms: bioassays, comparison, methodology, toxicity testing, xenobiotics. http://md1.csa.com/partners/viewrecord.php? requester=gs&collection=ENV&recid=2972449&q=Ostroumov+S.A.&ui d=788880522&setcookie=yes; Translated into English: Problems of assessment of biological activity of xenobiotics. Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin, v. 45 (2): p. 26-32; 1990. 4 tables. Bibliogr. 17 refs. New York, N.Y.: Allerton Press Inc. (ISSN 0096-3925, NAL Call. No.: QH301.M6). On the list of Bibliographies in the Quick Bibliography series of the National Agricultural Library (NAL, U.S.A.); http://www.nal.usda.gov/wqic/Bibliographies/qb9405.html [An analysis is presented of several problems in the bioassay of xenobiotics and pollutants. The author's and co-workers' data on bio-testing of surface-active substances and pesticides are reviewed, and new methods or modifications of methods that use plant seedlings are discussed. A new statistical approach to the comparison of data on the assessment of biological activities of xenobiotics and pollutants is proposed]. [Translated from: Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Biologiia, v. 45 (2), 1990, p. 27-34. (QH301.M58)]. Effects of sulfonol on Dunaliella asymmetrica and on Fagopyrum esculentum. - Hydrobiological Journal. 1990. 26: 96-98. Tab. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 9 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Borisova E.V., Lenova L.I., Maximov V.N.] [New bioeffects of a component of some industrial detergent mixtures. 0.001 % sulfonol completely inhibited the growth of the culture of the green algae Dunaliella asymmetrica. 0.005 % sulfonol caused death and lysis of the cells. 0.001% sulfonol almost by 50% inhibited the arbitrary average length of the seedlings of Fagopyrum esculentum]. = Ostroumov, S.A., Borisova, E.B., Lenova, L.I., Maksimov, V.N. The effect of sulphonol on the culture of alga Dunaliella asymmetrica and on Fagopyrum esculentum seedlings. Gidrobiologicheskij zhurnal/Hydrobiological journal. Kiev [Gidrobiol. Zh./Hydrobiol. J.]. Vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 96-98. 1990. Abstract: Anionic surfactants are an important class of environmental pollutants. Effects

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of anionic surfactant sulphonol on two plant species have been studied. Sulphonol inhibited the growth of algae Dunaliella asymmetrica 146 and elongation of Fagopyrum esculentum seedlings. In the experiments with sulphonol, algae were more sensitive to it than the seedlings. Both organisms can be used in further bioassay of pollutants. Effects of environmental pollution by a cationic surfactant on [soil] algae and plant seedlings Fagopyrum esculentum. - Ecology. 1990. No.2: 43-46. Tables. Abstract in English and Russian. Bibliogr. 10 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Tretyakova A.]. On some lists the reference of the English translation of the paper is as following: Ostroumov, S. A. and A. N. Tret'yakova (1990). Effect of environmental pollution with a cationic surfactant tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide on some cyanobacteria and algae and Fagopyrum esculentum Moench. sprouts. - Soviet Journal of Ecology, ISSN 00967807, 21 (2): 79-81 [translated from Ekologiya (2): 43-46]. [cyanobacteria Nostoc muscorum, green algae Bracteacoccus minor, Fagopyrum esculentum: effects of the cationic surfactant TDTMA]. Effect of environmental pollution with a cationic surface-active substance on algae and Fagopyrum esculentum sprouts. The Soviet Journal of Ecology [ISSN 00967807; later the journal was entitled: Russian Journal of Ecology]. 1990. Vol. 21. No.2, p. 79-81. 3 tables. Bibliogr. 10 refs. [in collaboration: S.A.O., Tretyakova A.N. ). [At that moment of time the journal was published by Plenum Publishing Corporation, 233 Spring St., N.Y., N.Y. 10013; the reference number of the publication published at the first page of the paper: 0096-7807/90/2102-0079]. The effects of environmental pollution with a cationic surface-active substance (surfactant tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide TDTMA) on certain cyanobacteria and algae - cyanobacteria Nostoc muscorum Ag, strain 33 isolated from the soil in the Kirov Oblast (Region); green algae Bracteacoccus minor (Chodat) Petrova, strain 200 and strain 219 (the strain 219 was isolated from the volcanic ash collected next to Tyatya colcano, island of Kunashir) - was investigated. Their sensitivity to that surfactant TDTMA was compared with the sensitivity of a test based on the use of terrestrial plants. The algal experiments were performed with aquatic and soil cultures. The experiments with terrestrial plants used the earlier-developed method with seedlings of Fagopyrum esculentum Moench. The experiments revealed the higher sensitivity of the test with the aquatic algal cultures. In the SCOPUS database the publisher name of this journal (Soviet Journal of Ecology, 1972- 1992) is indicated as Russian Academy of Sciences. Afterwards the journal was renamed and entitled Russian Journal of Ecology (Ekologiya), ISSN print: 1067-4136; ISSN online: 1608-3334. Indexed: Academic OneFile, Academic Search, AGRICOLA, Biological Abstracts, BIOSIS Previews, CAB Abstracts, CAB International, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), CSA/Proquest, Current Abstracts, Current Awareness in Biological Sciences (CABS), Current Contents/ Agriculture, Biology & Environmental Sciences, Elsevier Biobase, EMBiology, Gale, Geobase, GeoRef, Global Health, Google Scholar, IBIDS, INIS Atomindex, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, OCLC, Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch), SCOPUS, Summon by Serial Solutions, TOC Premier, Zoological Record. http://scipeople.com/publication/70248/ ; Responses of photoorganotrophically grown flagellates to water 20

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pollution by detergent Kristall. Bulletin of Moscow University. Ser. Biology. 1991, No. 2: 67 69 (in Rus., with Eng. abstract). Table. Bibliogr 10 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Wasternack C.] [detergent Kristall 0.5 mg/ml stopped the growth of Euglena gracilis; the concentration 0.01 mg/ml did not produce any substantial effect, that of 0.1 mg/ml inhibited the growth]. Biotesting of solutions of surfactants. Izvestiia Akademii Nauk SSSR, Seriia Biologicheskaia ( = Biology Bulletin of the USSR Academy of Sciences). 1991. No. 4, p. 571 - 575, tab. Abstracts in Rus. and Eng. Bibliogr. 15 refs. In Russ. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Maximov V.N.] On some lists the reference is as following: Ostroumov, S. A. and V. N. Maksimov (1991). A bioassay of surfactant solutions based on the disturbance of seedling adhesion to the substrate and the development of root hairs by the rhizodermis. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskaya (4): 571-575. Translated into English: Bioassay of surfactants based on the disruption of seedling attachment to the substrate and rhizoderm root hair formation.- Biology bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (USA; ISSN 0098-2164) 1992, v. 18(4) p. 383-386; Bibl.15 refs. Co-Authors: Ostroumov, S.A.; Maksimov, V.N.; Translated from: Izvestiia Akademii Nauk SSSR, Seriia Biologicheskaia, (4), 1991, p. 571-575. (QH301.A43) Availability NAL/USDA, United States of America; Availability number 9180902; Contact: http://www.nal.usda.gov/services/request.shtml; access@nal.usda.gov [Fagopyrum esculentum, Brassica alba, Triticum aestivum, indicator plants, root hairs, seedlings, surface active agents, bioassays, pollution, surfactant]. Responses of test-organisms to a quaternary ammonium compound. Vodnye Resursy (=Water Resources). 1991. 2: 112-116, 6 tables. Bibliogr.17 refs. In Russ. [new effects of the cationic surfactant TDTMA on the leeches Hirudo medicinalis and plants Fagopyrum esculentum. The first evidence that low concentrations of that xenobiotic produce a characteristic change in the behavior pattern of the leeches Hirudo medicinalis, and inhibition of seedlings of F. esculentum]. Translated into English: Response of test-organisms to water pollution with quaternary ammonia compounds. Water Resources (USA; ISSN 0097-8078) 1992, v. 18(2) p. 171-175. Bibliogr.17 refs. [without co-authors; Translated from: Reagirovanie test-organizmov na zagrjaznenie vodnoj sredy chetvertichnym ammonievym soedineniem. Vodnye Resursy, v. 18 (2), 1991, p.112-116; Availability NAL/USDA (United States of America; Availability number 9176736; Contact: http://www.nal.usda.gov/services/request.shtml; water pollution, quaternary ammonium compounds, testing, Fagopyrum esculentum, phytotoxicity, leeches Hirudo medicinalis]. Responses of macrophytes to water pollution by a high molecular weight surfactant. Ecology. 1991. No. 4, p. 83-85. Table. Bibliogr. 8 refs. [The first study of the effects of a high-molecular-weight surfactant on the seedings of Oryza sativa]. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Semykina N.A.] Biological activity of waters polluted by surfactants. Chemistry and 21

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Technology of Water. 1991. Vol. 13, No. 3: 270-283. 9 Tables. Abstracts in Rus. and Eng. Bibliogr. 83 refs. [Proposed: a new algorithm for data analysis and a formula for a new coeffidient, the coefficient of correspondence]. = Ostroumov, S.A. Biological activity of waters containing surfactants. - Khimiya i tekhnologiya vody. Kiev. Vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 270-283. 1991. http://md1.csa.com/partners/viewrecord.php? requester=gs&collection=TRD&recid=0122401EN&q=Ostroumov+S.A. &uid=788880522&setcookie=yes. A review of some latest works on biological effect of different surfactants and surfactant-pollute aquatic environment on test-organisms is presented. Data on biotesting of aquatic environments containing commercial anionic, nonionic, cationic surfactants and their compositions are considered. A new approach to the problem of quantitative comparison of results from biotestings in different series of experiments is suggested. It is stated that pollution of aquatic environment with surfactants is ecologically more dangerous than it has been previously considered. Descriptors: Environmental Engineering | Surfactants Ecological Problem | Surface Active Agents Toxicity | Environmental Impact Testing. Biologically active chemicals of ecological significance, and methods of assessment of biological activity of pollutants // Uspekhi Khimii ( ), 1991, Vol. 60, 3, p. 554-555. Biotesting toxicity of a surfactant (sulfonol) using seedlings of rice. Hydrobiol. Journal. 1992, Vol. 28, No. 3: 72 - 74. (In Russ.). [In collaboration: S.A.O., Golovko A.E.] Translated into English: Use of Rice Sprouts for Bioassay of the Toxicity of the Surfactant Sulfonol // Hydrobiol. J. 1992. 28(6): 84-88. [In collaboration: S.A.O., A.E. Golovko] [New York, N.Y.: Allerton Press Inc., ISSN 0018-8166]. Biological activity of waters polluted with a liquid detergent. Biology Bulletin of Russian Acad. of Sci. (Izvestia RAN, Ser. Biol.). 1992. No.3, p. 452-458. 8 tables. Abstracts in Rus. and English. Bibliogr. 33 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Khoroshilov V.S.] [New effects of the detergent Vilva on the plant seedlings of Fagopyrum esculentum and Oryza sativa]. On some lists the reference is as following: Ostroumov, S. A. and V. S. Khoroshilov (1992). Biological activity of waters polluted with a liquid surfactant-containing detergent. Izvestiya Rossiiskoi Akademii Nauk Seriya Biologicheskaya(3): 452-458. Responses of Fagopyrum esculentum on water pollution by a high molecular weight surfactant. Ecology. 1993. No.6: 50-55. Tables. Abstract in English. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Semykina N.A.] = Ostroumov, S. A.; Semykina, N. A. Reaction of Fagopyrum esculentum Moench to Pollution of Aqueous Medium with Polymeric Surfactants. Russian Journal of Ecology c/c of Ekologiia. 1993, vol. 24; No.6, [Publisher Consultants Bureau; Country of publication: USA; ISSN 10674136; http://direct.bl.uk/bld/PlaceOrder.do? UIN=019540005&ETOC=EN&from=searchengine] 22

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[=Ostroumov, S. A., Semykina, N. A. Reaction of Fagopyrum esculentum Moench to pollution of aqueous medium with polymeric surfactants. - Russian Journal of Ecology. Abstract: The reaction of buckwheat cv. Shatilov-5 seedlings to pollution of the aqueous medium with polymeric surfactants - a copolymer of hexene and maleic aldehyde (CHMA), was investigated. It was shown that CHMA content in water with a concn of the active substance of 0.4-0.9 mg/ml inhibited plant growth. The effect was shown with prolonged incubation of germinating seeds for 43-67 h or more. These data should be taken into account in analysing the possible ecological consequences of irrigating lands with waste waters and polluted waters. http://www.cababstractsplus.org/abstracts/Abstract.aspx? AcNo=19951908692] Effects of a non-ionic surfactant on marine cyanobacteria. Microbiology, 1994, 63: 259-263. [In collaboration: Waterbury J., S.A.O.]; [new bioeffects of Triton X-100] Effects of aquatic pollution by a non-ionic surfactant on the marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana. Biology Bulletin of Russian Acad. Sci. (Izvestiya Rossiiskoi Akademii Nauk, Seriya Biologicheskaya.). 1996. No. 1, p. 91-95, 3 tables. Bibliogr. 29 refs. [In collaboration: Fisher N., Maertz-Wente M., S.A.O.]. [Biotesting of Triton X-100]. Translation into English: Effects of aquatic pollution by a non-ionogenic surfactant on the marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana. Biology Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ISSN 1062-3590, Nauka/Interperiodica Publishing). 1996. Vol. 23, No. 1, p. 76-79, 3 tables. Bibliogr. 29 refs. [In collaboration: Fisher N., Maertz-Wente M., S.A.O.]. [A variant of the title of the journal: Biology Bulletin- Russian Academy Of Sciences C/C Of IzvestiiaRossiiskoi Akademii Nauk Seriia Biologicheskaia]. The effects of the non-ionogenic surfactant, Triton X-100 (TX), on the growth of cultured centric diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana were studied. In the presence of 0.1 mg/l TX the cell density in the culture was markedly lower than in the control culture. In the presence of 1 mg/l TX the decrease in cell density exceeded 50%. The decrease in the specific growth rate was about 10% in the presence of 0.1 mg/l TX and about 40% in the presence of 1 mg/l TX (over a period of seven days). The diatom sensitivity to TX was higher than that of some red and green algae and chrysophytes, as well as that of starfish spermatozoa and plant seedlings to TX or similar surfactants. These data reveal some more aspects of the ecological danger of aquatic pollution by non-ionogenic surfactants. [= Fisher, N., Maertts-Uehnte, M., Ostroumov, S.A. Effect of marine pollution with a nonionic surfactant on the marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana. - Izvestiya Rossijskoj Akademii nauk. Seriya biologicheskaya/Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Biological Series [IZV. RAN (BIOL.)]. no. 1, pp. 91-95. 1996. The paper reports a study on the growth of T. pseudonana culture at different concentrations of Triton X-100 (TX). At the TX of concentration 0.1 mg/l the culture density was reliably lower than in the control culture. At the concentration of 1 mg/l the density decreased by more than 50% on the 7th-8th day of the experiment. The decrease of the specific growth rate was about 10% at 0.1 mg/l and about 40% at 1 mg/l. The sensitivity of the diatom to TX was found to be higher than the sensitivity of some red, green and yellow-green algae as well as of starfish spermatazoa to TX and similar surfactants. Descriptors: Article 23

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Subject Terms: biotesting, inhibitors, laboratory culture, surfactants, toxicity tolerance, Article Taxonomic Terms: Thalassiosira pseudonana; http://md1.csa.com/partners/viewrecord.php? requester=gs&collection=ENV&recid=3901762&q=Ostroumov+S.A.&uid=788880522& setcookie=yes]. Ecological hazard from sodium dodecylsulphate. Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 1997. 3: 37. [In collaboration: Donkin, Peter, and S.A.O.]; [the effects of SDS on bivalves]. Inhibition by the anionic surfactant, sodium dodecyl sulphate, of the ability of mussels Mytilus edulis to filter and purify sea water. - Vestnik Mosk. Universiteta (Biol.). [=Bulletin of Moscow University. Ser. Biology]. 1997. No. 3, pp. 30-36. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Donkin P., Staff F.] Effects of sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) on the filtering rate of the mussels were studied. Anionic surfactant SDS (1, 2 and 4 mg/L) inhibited water filtration by bivalves Mytilus edulis and removal from water of cells of algae Isochrysis galbana; the incubation time was 3090 min (Tables 1 and 2). Aliquats of the algae Isochrysis galbana suspension were added to the beakers with mussels and sea water, and the filtering activity was measured by counting the algal cells at 30 min intervals during 1.5 h. After the first 30 min period, the cell density was 135% of that in the control at the initial SDS concentration 1 mg/L and 198% at 2 mg/L. A still greater difference in the algal cell concentration between the experiment and the control was observed when the SDS concentration was increased to 4 mg/L: it was 3 times higher after the first 30 min period, 6 times higher after 60 min and more than 14 times higher after 90 min. It is inferred that by inhibiting the filtering activity of the mussels SDS may reduce the natural selfpurification capacity of aquatic ecosystems. The list of parameters of the ecosystem that may be changed under the effect of synthetic surfactants is given in Table 3. The experimental findings are discussed in the context of environmental protection with reference to literature data. Another abstract: Ostroumov, S.A. Donkin, P. Staff, F. Inhibition by the anionic surfactant, sodium dodecyl sulphate, of the ability of mussels Mytilus edulis to filter and purify sea water. -Vestn. Mosk. Univ. (Biol.). 1997. no. 3, pp. 30-36. [Effects of sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) on the filtering rate of the mussels were studied. Aliquats of the alga Isochrysis galbana suspension were added to the beakers with mussels and sea water, and the filtering activity was measured by counting the algal cells at 30 min intervals during 1.5 h. After the first 30 min period, the cell density was 135% of that in the control at the initial SDS concentration 1 mg/L and 198% at 2 mg/L. A still greater difference in the algal cell concentration between the experiment and the control was observed when the SDS concentration was increased to 4 mg/L: it was 3 times higher after the first 30 min period, 6 times higher after 60 min and more than 14 times higher after 90 min. It is inferred that by 24

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inhibiting the filtering activity of the mussels SDS may reduce the natural self-purification capacity of aquatic ecosystems. The experimental findings are discussed in the context of environmental protection with reference to literature data. http://md1.csa.com/partners/viewrecord.php? requester=gs&collection=ENV&recid=4302514&q=Ostroumov+S.A.&ui d=788880522&setcookie=yes]; Biological filtering and ecological machinery for self-purification and bioremediation in aquatic ecosystems: towards a holistic view // Rivista di Biologia / Biology Forum. 1998. 91: 247-258. According to one of the approaches to the definition of criteria for the phenomenon of life, the key attribute is the ability of the life system for some selfregulating and self-supporting. Part of such holistic functions of aquatic ecosystems as self-regulating and self-supporting is their cleaning the water via a multitude of various mechanisms. The goal of this paper is to present some fundamental elements of the theory of ecosystem self-purification which emphasizes the importance of the four functional biological filters that are instrumental in purification and upgrading the quality of water in aquatic ecosystems. These functional filters are: (1) direct water filtering by aquatic organisms that are filter-feeders; (2) the filter (represented mainly by communities of aquatic plants/periphyton) which prevents input of pollutants and biogenic elements (N, P) from land into water bodies; (3) the filter (represented by benthic organisms) which prevents re-entry of pollutants and biogenic elements from the bottom sediments into the water; (4) the filter (represented by the microorganisms attached to the particles which are suspended in the water) that provides microbiological treatment of the water column. New experimental data by the author reveal the role of man-made effects on the ecological machinery which purifies water. The analysis and discussion lead to the holistic theory of the natural process of bioremediation of aquatic ecosystems. [An innovative analysis of the role of organisms in water filtration in ecosystems. Water filtration is a key component of ecological biomachinery for maintaining the natural purification potential of ecosystems. Among new facts: the synthetic surfactant SDS 1 mg/L inhibited filtration (35-95 min, 16) of bivalve Mytilus edulis and the removal of the cells of algae Isochrysis galbana from water. Amount of cells that stayed in water unfiltered after 95 min, was 3 times as much as the amount of cells in the control without SDS]. Abstracts in English and Italian. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9857844? dopt=Abstract; PMID: 9857844 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]; http://scipeople.com/publication/69542/; http://scipeople.com/publication/99122/; New data on biological effects of the surfactant Triton X-100: the inhibition of the growth of Hyphomonas MHS-3. Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 1998. No. 4, p. 42-43. [In collaboration: Weiner, Ronald, and S.A.O.] Synthetic detergents Kristall and Lotos-Automat. Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 1998. No. 5, p. 29-30. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Halama D., Blazej A., Legotsky I., Slugen D.] [New data on the biological effects of the detergents]. Cetyltrimethylammonium bromide. Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 086925

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7922). 1998. No.5, p. 30. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Kolotilova N.N.] [New data on the biological effects of the surfactant]. Tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide. Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 1998. No.5. p. 30-32. [In collaboration: Kartasheva N.V., S.A.O.]; [new biological effects of the surfactant on rotifers]. Filtration inhibition induced by two classes of synthetic surfactants in the bivalve mollusk Mytilus edulis. Doklady Akademii Nauk, (DAN). 1998. Vol. 362: 574-576. Tabl. Bibliogr. 15 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., P. Donkin, F. Staff]. [Bioeffects of SDS 0.5-4 mg/L during 30-60 min, and Triton X-100 4 mg/L during 60 and 120 min on M. edulis. SDS 1, 2, and 4 mg/L after 30-90 min inhibited the filtration rate and removal of the cells of Isochrysis galbana from water. Triton X-100 4 mg/L also inhibited the filtration rate and removal of the cells of Isochrysis galbana during 60-120-min incubation]. [=Impairment of filtration by bivalves Mytilus edulis induced by two classes of synthetic surfactants.- Doklady Akademii Nauk (1998), 362(4), 574-576. CODEN: DAKNEQ; ISSN: 0869-5652. Impairment of filtration by Mytilus edulis under the exposure of surfactants Na dodecyl sulfate and Triton X 100 was similar to that observed by other workers. This new ecol. harmful aspect needs to be considered in relation to disruption of biofiltration of water. Pollution of water media by sublethal concns. of synthetic surfactants of different classes may reduce the biofiltration of water in the ecosystem] [In collaboration: S.A.O., P. Donkin, F. Staff]. in Russian. Translated into English: Filtration inhibition induced by two classes of synthetic surfactants in the bivalve mollusk Mytilus edulis. Doklady Biological Sciences. 1998. Vol. 362, pp. 454-456. Tabl. Bibliogr. 15 refs. Ostroumov, S. A.; Donkin, P.; Staff, F. Ostroumov S. A., Fedorov V. D. Basic components of self-purification of ecosystems and its possible chemically induced impairment. - Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin c/c of Vestnik - Moskovskii Universitet Biologiia (= Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Seriya Biologiya). 1999, Vol 54; Number 1, pages 19-29 [Publisher Allerton Press, Inc.; Country of publication USA; ISSN 0096-3925]. In English. Full text see at: http://direct.bl.uk/bld/PlaceOrder.do? UIN=069108430&ETOC=RN&from=searchengine was translated into English from Russian from: Osnovnye komponenty smoochishhenija ehkosistem i vozmozhnost' ego nrushenija v rezul'tte khimicheskogo zgrjaznenija // Vestnik Moskovskogo un-t, serija 16. Biologija. 1999. 1. p.24-32 = Osnovnye komponenty smoochishcheniia e'kosistem i vozmozhnost' ego nrusheniia v rezul'tte khimicheskogo zgriazneniia // Vestnik Moskovskogo un-t, seriia 16. Biologiia. 1999. 1. p.24-32. Quarternary ammonium compound dodecyltrimethyl-ammonium bromide. 1999. Toxicol. Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). No. 4, P. 40-41. [In collaboration: Weiner R., S.A.O.]; [the new biological effects on marine microorganisms, Hyphobacteria].

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Triton X-100. Toxicol. Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 1999. No.4. P. 41. [The new biological effects]. Criteria of ecological hazards due to anthropogenic effects on the biota: searching for a system. DAN (Doklady Akademii Nauk). 2000, v. 371. P. 844-846. In Russian; English translation: Criteria of ecological hazards due to anthropogenic effects on the biota: searching for a system. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2000. 371: 204-206. 2 tables. Bibliogr. 14 refs. ISSN 0012-4966. Distributed by
Springer, orderdept@springer-sbm.com. The currently accepted system of criteria of evaluating ecological hazards from man-made chemicals (which is used in W.Europe, N.America and in some other countries) is outdated and vulnerable to criticism. The author proposed a new concept of the system of criteria for evaluating the ecological hazard from man-made impact. The author suggested to assess man-made impacts (including effects of pollutants and xenobiotics) on biota according to the following four levels of disturbance in biological and ecological systems: (1) the level of individual and populational responses; (2) the level of aggregated responses; (3) the level of stability and integrity of the ecosystem; (4) the level of contributions of the ecosystem into biospheric processes. An example is given of how to apply the proposed system of criteria to the analysis of concrete experimental data. To exemplify the efficiency of the proposed system of criteria, it is shown how to use it to analyze new data on effects of a non-ionic surfactant on water filtering by bivalves. It is concluded that the proposed system of criteria will be helpful in better assessing ecological hazards from anthropogenic effects on biota including effects of man-made chemicals polluting ecosystems. A new system of principles for analysis of man-made impact: the level-block approach to analysis of ecological hazards (Tab.1); synthetic surfactant Triton X-100 (0.5 mg/L) inhibits water filtering by bivalve mussels Mytilus edulis (Tab. 2) "The proposed levelblock approach to analysis of ecological hazards of anthropogenic alterations in ecosystems allows the multiplicity of anthropogenic effects on the biota to be systematized. This approach may be used to develop criteria for estimation and classification of ecological hazards due to anthropogenic effects" (p.206)]. ISSN 0012-4966. Distributed by Springer, orderdept@springer-sbm.com http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/; http://sites.google.com/site/2000dbs371p204criteria/

Concept of aquatic biota as a labile and vulnerable component of the system for water self-purification. DAN (Doklady Akademii Nauk). 2000. Vol. 372. No.2, P. 279282 in the Russian edition. Tables, Bibliogr. 15 refs [A new vision of the role of biota in
ecosystems]. Translated into English: Ostroumov S. A. The concept of aquatic biota as a labile and vulnerable component of the water self-purification system - Doklady Biological Sciences, Vol. 372, 2000, pp. 286289. [Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk, Vol. 372, No. 2, 2000, pp. 279282. Original Russian text Copyright 2000 by Ostroumov]. A new fundamental concept of the role of biota in the functioning of aquatic ecosystems is proposed. According to that concept, the complex of aquatic organisms (aquatic biota) is a central, labile and potentially vulnerable component of the water self-purification system in aquatic ecosystems. This fundamental concept leads to substantial changes in the hierarchy of priorities for protection of biodiversity and environment. According to the concept suggested in this work, the maximum allowable concentrations (MACs) for specific substances should be established after taking into account the possible effects of pollutants on the water self-purification system. Possible effects on many organisms,

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including filter feeders, should be taken into consideration. Both inhibiting and stimulating effects of sublethal concentrations of pollutants are dangerous, because either of them may cause an imbalance in the complicated system of water self-purification. The fundamental concept suggested in this work heightens the level of priority of the sublethal effects of pollutants. The sublethal effects leading to changes in the functional activity of populations of aquatic organisms may cause an imbalance in the system of water self-purification. Table 1. Some factors and processes involved in water self-purification; Table 2. Examples of possible effects of contaminants on the factors and processes involved in water self-purification (including data obtained by S.A. Ostroumov); Table 3. Components of water self-purification system vulnerable to contaminants (certain examples) (new experimental findings obtained in collaboration with P. Donkin and R. Weiner are shown).

http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/ Biocatalysis of the matter transfer in a microcosm is inhibited by a contaminant: an effect on Lymnaea stagnalis. DAN (Doklady Akademii Nauk). 2000. Vol. 373. No.2, P. 278-280. Bibliogr. 11 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Kolesnikov M.P.] Translated into English: Biocatalysis of matter transfer in a microcosm is inhibited by a contaminant: effects of a surfactant on Lymnaea stagnalis. - Doklady Biological Sciences. 2000. 373: 397-399. Bibliogr. 11 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Kolesnikov M.P.] By excreting some massive
amount of organic matter in the form of pellets, the gastropod mollusks drive the transfer of organic matter and contribute to the biogeochemical flows of chemical elements in aquatic ecosystems. For the first time, the quantitative assessment of the biogeochemical flows was made. Also, for the first time, it was discovered that a synthetic chemical may inhibit those flows. The pellet excretion by the gastropods Lymnaea stagnalis feeding on the phytomass of macrophytes (such as Nuphar lutea) was 47 mg dry weight per 1 gram wet weight of the mollusks per 72 h. Pellet sedimentation contributes to the vertical transfer of chemical elements in the ecosystem. The pellet composition depended on the species of the plants eaten by the mollusks. When the gastropods L. stagnalis feed on N. lutea, the pellets contain, in addition to organic and inorganic carbon, nitrogen (N, 2.32.9%), phosphorus (P, 0.40.5%), and silicium (silicon) (Si, 1.11.9%). The relative content of Si was 30% higher than in the food phytomass. The synthetic surfactant tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA, 2 mg/L) inhibited the feeding rate of the mollusks and pellet production, their accumulation at the bottom of microcosms, and the matter transfer connected with this. The data obtained demonstrated a new aspect of the ecological hazard due to environmental pollution with TDTMA and other quaternary ammonium compounds at sublethal concentrations. According to the authors opinion, other contaminants may also suppress pellet production, their accumulation at the bottom, and the matter transfer associated with that. http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/; http://sites.google.com/site/2000dbs373p397biocatallstag/;

Aquatic ecosystem: a large-scale, diversified bioreactor with the function of water selfpurification. DAN (Doklady Akademii Nauk). 2000. Vol. 374. No.3, P. 427-429. In Russ. Translated into English: An aquatic ecosystem: a large-scale diversified bioreactor with a water self-purification function. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2000. Vol. 374, P. 514-516. 3 tables. Bibliogr. 15. ISSN 0012-4966. Distributed by Springer, orderdept@springer-sbm.com. The author developed a new fundamental concept of aquatic ecosystem a multi-functional bioreactor. One of the key functions of that bioreactor is upgrading water quality via a multicomponent biomachinery of water self-purification. [Contribution of the main groups of aquatic organisms (heterotrophic bacteria, fungi, cyanobacteria and microalgae, protozoans, higher plants, invertebrates, fish and amphibians) to water self-purification: comparison and analysis (Tabl.1). Relatively small effects of Triton X-100 4-5 mg/L on 28

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Hyphomonas sp. MHS-3 (5 mg/L) and Hyphomonas sp. VP-6 (5-10 mg/L), a significant inhibition by Triton X-100 of the filtration by Mytilus edulis (4 mg/L), and by Unio tumidus (5 mg/L). The inhibitory effects of TDTMA 1 mg/L on M. galloprovincialis (Tabl.2); the inhibition of feeding: effects of TX100 1-5 mg/L on Unio tumidus, TDTMA 1-2 mg/L on U. pictorum; TDTMA 1 mg/L, SDS 1.7 mg/L, detergents 6.7 50 mg/L, AHC 5-60 mg/L (sublethal concentrations) on M. galloprovincialis; TX100, TDTMA (2 mg/L), Tide-Lemon 75 mg/L on Lymnaea stagnalis (Tabl.3). "Sublethal concentrations of contaminants may inhibit vital activities of other organisms involved in the function of an ecosystem as an analogue of a bioreactor. This finding provides a deeper insight into the mechanisms of anthropogenic impact on biosphere. The concept put forward in this work emphasizes that intactness of the whole range of biological diversity of hydrobionts is required to provide effective functioning of an ecosystem as an analog of a water selfpurification bioreactor. Therefore, the monetary cost estimates of ecosystems and biota should be increased" (p.516)]. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11103331; http://sites.google.com/site/2000dbs374p514bioreactor/ Overview of new data on the effects of surfactants and detergents on prokaryotes, algae, flagellates, vascular plants and animals - ecological and biospheric importance: new priorities and the new facet of bio-chemical ecology // Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2000. vol. 2, P. 84-113, tables. Synoptic review of selected literature, p.84; organisms used, p.86; bioeffects of anionic surfactants, p.87; bioeffects of non-ionic surfactants, p.88; bioeffects of cationic surfactants, p.90; bioeffects of detergents and other mixtures, p.93; concept of ecological hazards, and self-purification as a microbiospheric process, p.94. Bibliography: p.103-113. Inhibitory analysis of the regulatory interactions in food webs. DAN. 2000, vol. 375. No. 6, pp. 847-849 (in Russ.). Translated into English: Inhibitory analysis of regulatory interactions in trophic webs.- Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001, Vol. 377, p. 139141. (Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2000, Vol. 375, No. 6, p. 847849). Abstract: In the paper, the author proposed a new approach to analyze the key ecological issue, the interactions between organisms in ecosystems. The new methodology proposed is inhibitory analysis. The author applied this approach to analyze trophic chains: the topdown control of plankton by benthic filter-feeders. This control, as the authors experiments have shown, might be removed by chemical inhibitors (the latter may enter the ecosystem as pollutants). As an example, the author gives the results of his experiments on how surfactants [tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA)] and synthetic detergents inhibited the control of plankton (Monochrystis lutheri) by mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis. The method was successfully applied to innovatively analyze the factors that are among reasons of eutrophication. Among new facts: the cationic surfactant TDTMA 1 mg/L inhibited the filtration rate of juveniles of marine bivalves Mytilus galloprovincialis, and the removal of cells of the algae Monochrysis lutheri from water (50 min, 26C)]. DOI 10.1023/A:1019218026198; http://sites.google.com/site/2001dbs377p139inhibitory/; Tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA). Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 2000. No. 1. P.42-43. TDTMA 2 mg/L inhibited the feeding rate of Lymnaea stagnalis by 65.5 % (when feeding on the phytomass of leaves of macrophytes).

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Tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA). Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 2000. No. 3. P. 34-35. [TDTMA 1 mg/L inhibited the filtration rate of the juveniles of the mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis Lam., when grazing (feeding on) the algae Monochrysis lutheri; the removal of algae Monochrysis lutheri was decreased]. Detergents "Lotos-Extra" and "Tide-Lemon". Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 2000. No. 4. P.35-37 [the new sublethal effects on the filtration by Mytilus galloprovincialis, Lotos-Extra 25 and 50 mg/L, Tide-Lemon 33 and 43 mg/L; decrease in the filtration rate, no increase in mortality of the bivalves]. Principles for analyzing environmental hazards of anthropogenous effects including effects of chemical pollution: a concept and new data. Vestnik MGU. Series of Biology. 2000. No. 4, pp. 27-34. Tab. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 37 refs. Medium-term and long-term priorities in ecological studies for the 21-st century.In: Ostroumov, S.A. (ed.). Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms. Ecological Studies, Hazards and Solutions. 2000. Vol. 3. MAX Press, Moscow: 25-27. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Dodson S., Hamilton D., Peterson S., Wetzel R.G.]; [the detailed list of priorities in
ecology].

Amphiphilic chemical inhibits the ability of molluscs to filter water and to remove the cells of phytoplankton. Izvestia RAN. Ser. Biology. 2001. No.1: 108-116. Translated into Eng.:
An amphiphilic substance inhibits the mollusk capacity to filter out phytoplankton cells from water. - Biology Bulletin, 2001,Volume 28, Number 1, p. 95-102. The effect of synthetic anionic surfactant sodium dodecylsulfate (SDS, 4 mg/l) on the kinetics of water filtration by mussel Mytilus edulis was studied. A suspension of algae Isochrysis galbana was added to the vessel with the mussels, and their filtration activity was measured by counting the concentration of the algae cells in the experimental vessels. Algae concentration was measured every 30 min for an hour and a half. The inhibiting effect on the mollusk filtration rate (FR) was qualitatively described. After the first 30 min filtration at 4 mg/l initial SDS concentration, the cell density was 322% of the control. The inhibiting effect was observed later as well. Due to FR inhibition in the vessels with the above specified initial SDS concentration, the algae cell density was 6.4 and 14.7 times that of the control after 1 and 1.5 h, respectively. Thus, SDS can decrease the natural capacity of aquatic ecosystems for self-purification and disturb other aspects of ecosystem functioning through inhibiting the filtration activity of mussels. The obtained data are discussed in the context of environment and hydrosphere protection from pollution. [MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica distributed by Springer Science+Business Media LLC. ISSN 1062-3590 (Print) 1608-3059 (Online)]. DOI 10.1023/A:1026671024000. (Translated from Izv Akad Nauk Ser Biol. 2001 Jan-Feb; (1):108-16. PMID: 11236572 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE])

Imbalance of the factors which control the abundance of unicellular plankton under the anthropogenic impact. DAN (Doklady Akademii Nauk). 2001. Vol. 379. No.1. P. 136 - 138, 4 tables. Bibliogr. 12 refs. In Russ. Translated into English: Ostroumov S.A. Imbalance of factors providing control of unicellular plankton populations exposed to anthropogenic impact. - Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001. Vol. 379, P. 341-343. 4 tables. Bibliogr.12 refs. (Translated from DAN 2001. Vol. 379. P.136-138). ISSN 0012-4966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online). PMID: 12918370 [PubMed indexed for MEDLINE]. The paper presents and analyzes new experimental data on the 30

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effects of chemical pollution of aquatic medium on the abundance of unicellular plankton organisms. The following 6 types of effects of filter-feeders and chemical pollutants [surfactants and detergents (mixtures)] on phytoplankton organisms were found (examples were given in this paper in Tab.2): (1) Inhibition of growth (and abundance); (2) Growth stimulation in the presence of surfactants and detergents; (3) Decrease in abundance as a result of elimination of plankton cells from water by the freshwater mollusks Unio tumidus and rotifers; (4) Abundance decrease as a result of water filtration by the marine mollusks Mytilus edulis, M. galloprovincialis, and Crassostrea gigas; (5) Decrease in the efficiency of cell elimination from water caused by the TX-100-induced (5 mg/l) inhibition of the filtration activity of the freshwater mollusks U. tumidus; (6) Decrease in the efficiency of cell elimination from water as a result of inhibition of the filtration activity of the marine mollusks Mytilus galloprovincialis and Crassostrea gigas induced by surfactants and Avon Herbal Care (hair shampoo). A new parameter and formula were suggested: the efficiency of cell elimination from water, ECE. The following maximum values of ECE were found (at the concentrations of the chemical, mg/l, in brackets): (1) Detergent OMO, Unio tumidus, 186.7 (50); (2) Detergent LoskUniversal, Mytilus galloprovincialis, 551.7 (7); (3) Detergent Tide-Lemon, Mytilus galloprovincialis, 206.9 (50); (4) Detergent IXI, M. galloprovincialis, 157.8 (10); (5) Detergent Deni-Automat, Crassostrea gigas, 10 800.0 (30); (6) Detergent Lanza, Crassostrea gigas, 261.7 (20); (7) Detergent Vesna-Delikat, Crassostrea gigas, 200.0 (1); The tables in the paper: Factors of regulation of unicellular plankton abundance (Tab.1); effects of surfactants and detergents on phytoplankton abundance (Tab.2); 7 detergents inhibit filtration of 3 species of marine and freshwater molluscs (Tab.3); Mytilus galloprovincialis eliminates from water the cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and algae Pavlova lutheri = M. lutheri as a result of filtration (comparing the 2 processes at the same time, Tab. 4). The results obtained in this work demonstrated and proved that certain pollutants might cause a substantial imbalance of the factors controlling unicellular plankton populations. Direct and indirect (mediated by organisms-consumers) effects of certain surfactant-containing mixtures on unicellular plankton could sum with each other, giving rise to mutual amplification. This may cause a complete imbalance of the system. The conclusions made in this work may be applied to unicellular plankton of both marine and freshwater ecosystems, including ecosystems subjected to eutrophication. The results contribute to issues of environmental safety and resource use sustainability. DOI 10.1023/A:1011600213221; www.springerlink.com/index/QGJ756467J2R7470.pdf Effects of amphiphilic chemicals on marine organisms filter-feeders. 2001. DAN. Vol. 378. No. 2. P. 283 - 285 [new bioeffects of surfactants on bivalves]. Translated into English: Effect of amphiphilic chemicals on filter-feeding marine organisms. - Doklady Biological Sciences. 2001. Volume 378, Numbers 1-6. p. 248-250. For the first time, oysters were used as the test-organisms in bioassay of synthetic surfactants and detergents. The new data revealed a novel type of hazard to mariculture. New negative effects of surfactants and chemical mixtures on water filtering activity of Crassostrea gigas were discovered. http://sites.google.com/site/2001dbs378p248effammaroyst/; DOI 10.1023/A:1019270825775. Pellets of mollusks in biogeochemical flows of C, N, P, Si, and Al. DAN. 2001. Vol.379. No. 3. P. 426-429. Bibliogr. 12 refs. [In

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collaboration: S.A.O., Kolesnikov M.P.] In Russ.; Eng. translation: Pellets of some mollusks in the biogeochemical flows of C, N, P, Si, and Al. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001. Vol. 379, P. 378-381. Bibliogr. 12 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Kolesnikov M.P.] (Translated from: DAN 2001. Vol. 379. No. 3. P. 426-429). ISSN 0012-4966. Distributed by Springer, orderdept@springer-sbm.com. Until now the role of mollusks as links among ecological and geochemical processes was underestimated. The paper discovered the role of mollusks as key biomachines that drive massive flows of chemical elements including C, N, P, Si, Al in the biosphere, and hazards from pollutants as inhibitors. New data on coupling of geochemical and ecological (hydrobiological) processes. The role of freshwater mollusks Lymnaea stagnalis in the flows of chemical elements in the biosphere was studied by detecting the elemental composition and amount of pellets produced by the mollusks. For the first time, the following was quantitatively studied: the elemental composition (C, N, P, Si, Al) of pellets formed by mollusks Lymnaea stagnalis feeding on the leaves of higher plants Nuphar lutea and Taraxacum officinale; the amount (wet weight, dry weight) of pellets formed by L. stagnalis feeding on the leaves of N. lutea and T. officinale; the transfer of matter and chemical elements (C, N, P, Si, Al) with pellets of freshwater bivalves (unionids Unio sp., etc.) per unit biomass of mollusks and per unit area of the ecosystem of the river; the transfer of matter and chemical elements (C, N, P, Si, Al) with pellets of L. stagnalis per unit biomass of mollusks and per unit area of the ecosystem of the pond. Synthetic surfactants D 2 mg/l, SDS 1-2 mg/l, detergent Tide-Lemon 75 mg/l inhibited the trophic activity of L. stagnalis. Percents of food assimilability of taxons of invertebrates, from Rotatoria (48-80) to Diptera (1-31)]. DOI 10.1023/A:1011620817764; http://sites.google.com/site/2001dbs379p378pellets/ Responses of Unio tumidus to a mixture of chemicals and the hazard of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects (Reagirovanie Unio tumidus pri vozdeistvii smesevogo himicheskogo preparata i opasnost sinekologicheskogo summirovaniya antropogennyh vozdeistviy). DAN. 2001. Vol. 380. No. 5. P. 714-717. (in Rus.). Translated into English: Responses of Unio tumidus to mixed chemical preparations and the hazard of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects. - Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001, Volume 380, Numbers 1-6, p. 492-495. ISSN 0012-4966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online). DOI 10.1023/A:1012344026176. The author introduced a new concept and term, the synecological summation of the effects of anthropogenic factors on organisms. In the new authors experiments, the effects of commercial detergents, which are chemical mixtures, on bivalves (detergent OMO, freshwater mussels Unio tumidus) were studied. Detergents exert two types of hazardous effects on organisms and ecosystems: the phosphorus-induced stimulation of phytoplankton growth and surfactant-induced inhibition of filter-feeders. Because filter-feeders are an effective natural factor of control of unicellular plankton populations, the two types of the detergent-induced effects on ecosystem facilitate the growth of phytoplankton populations. Therefore, these effects sum together, thereby increasing the hazard of the man-made impact on the ecosystem. The results contribute to a better understanding of the potential ecological danger of pollutants for integral functions of ecosystems. It is the synecological summation of the effects of anthropogenic factors on plankton populations and filter-feeders that is of particular concern. The interaction between populations of plankton organisms and filterfeeders that feed on plankton should be taken into consideration in the studies on the 32

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ecological effects of synthetic detergents on these populations. Situations of man-made impact should be analyzed with using the synecological approach to the problem. http://sites.google.com/site/2001dbs380p492unio/; www.springerlink.com/index/L33309208H28L87R.pdf; DOI 10.1023/A:1012344026176; Hazard of synergy at the synecological summation of man-made impacts. - DAN. 2001. Vol.380. No. 6. P. 847-849 [new type of man-made hazards]. In Rus. Translated into Eng.: The hazard of a two-level synergism of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects. -Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001, Volume 380, Numbers 1-6, p. 499-501. The author identified and characterized a new dangerous type of anthropogenic impacts on organisms in the ecosystem. To indicate this, the author of the article introduced a new term: a two-level synergism. In addition, the author has given a new justification and new examples of the usefulness of another new term (namely, synecological summation of anthropogenic effects), which was first introduced in the previous article by the same author (Ostroumov S.A. Response of Unio tumidus exposed to the mixed chemical product and the hazard of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects. - DAN. 2001. T. 380. No. 5. P. 714-717; the English translation of the paper was published as: Responses of Unio tumidus to mixed chemical preparations and the hazard of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001, Volume 380, Numbers 1-6, p. 492-495). The author describes the new concrete examples of synergism when the summation of anthropogenic effects on organisms of two adjacent trophic levels takes place. In other words, the author identified a new type of ecological hazard of anthropogenic impact (using chemical pollution as an example), which he proposed to term synecological summation or synergistic summation of anthropogenic effects on organisms of two adjacent trophic levels. In the paper, the hazard was found that even relatively mild influences on organisms of two adjacent trophic levels may eventually produce a synergistic, pronounced and definitely undesirable effect that will lead to an abnormal increase in the abundance of organisms of one of the trophic levels. The concrete examples of synergism were found when anthropogenic impacts affected organisms of two adjacent trophic levels (bivalves and algae). Bioeffects were described of the action of synthetic detergent Vesna (1 mg/l) on oysters Crassostrea gigas, detergent IXI (10 mg/l) on mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis, detergent Tide-Lemon (50 mg/l) on M. galloprovincialis. The danger of simultaneous influence of contamination of environment (e.g., by detergents) on organisms of the two trophic levels may occur when the polluting chemicals produce effects on algae and bivalves that are filter-feeders. [MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica, distributed by Springer Science+Business Media LLC.; ISSN 0012-4966 (Print) 16083105 (Online)] DOI 10.1023/A:1012348127085; http://sites.google.com/site/2001dbs380p499synerg/; www.springerlink.com/index/T7U1857781063020.pdf; Synecological basis for the solution of the problem of eutrophication. - DAN. 2001. Vol. 381. No. 5. P. 709-712. [A new approach to prevent eutrophication]. English translation: The synecological approach to the problem of eutrophication. - Doklady Biological Sciences, Vol. 381, 2001, p. 559562. ISSN 0012-4966. Distributed by Springer, orderdept@springer-sbm.com. [Author suggests a new component of the measures against eutrophication: reducing the input of the pollutants that weaken the potential of the filter-feeders for removing algae. A new approach to combat eutrophication. Among

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new facts: The liquid detergent Fairy 2 mg/L inhibited filtration by Mytilus galloprovincialis within 2-23 min (22.5 ) after addition]. DOI 10.1023/A:1013378505630. http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/; http://scipeople.com/uploads/materials/4389/Danbio6_2001v381n5.E.eutrophication.pdf; Synopsis of new data and concepts in aquatic and general ecology // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001, vol. 5, p. 130-136. Bibliogr. 5 refs. Hydrobiology, ecology and education // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001. Vol. 5. P.119-122. [In collaboration: Fedorov V.D., S.A.O.] Synthetic detergent Losk-Universal // Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 2001. No. 3, p. 40-41. Detergent Losk-Universal inhibited filtration by Mytilus galloprovincialis (incubation: 27.8 ; 20 mg/L 19-54 min.; 7 mg/L 9-49 min). Avon Herbal Care // Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 2001. No. 5, p. 29-31. [The sublethal negative effects on filtration rate by bivalves M. galloprovincialis] Effects of sodium dodecylsulphate on molluscs that were cultivated under the conditions of aquaculture, in connection with the assessment of the potential hazard of surfactants // Toxicol. Bulletin. 2001. No. 6, p. 30-35. Liquid detergents Biospul and Kashtan // Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 2001. No. 6, p. 41-43 [In collaboration: S.A.O., V. S. Khoroshilov]; [new bioeffects on the seedlings]. The program of the lecture course. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001. 5: 122-124. Bibliogr. 11 refs. [Covered: the ecological roles of natural and man-made chemicals. Inter alia, some problems of chemical communication and regulation in natural populations and ecosystems, environmental toxicology and chemistry and QSAR. Ecological functions of secondary metabolites of bacteria, fungi, algae, plants, invertebrates and vertebrates. Until now, there were no other courses on bio-chemical ecology. Published reviews of the author's book 'Introduction to Biochemical Ecology' - indicated that the book broke a fresh ground and extended the frontiers of ecology. New concepts suggested: ecological chemomediators and ecological chemoregulators in ecosystems]. The program of the lecture course. Ecology of Water Self-Purification // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001. 5: 124-125. Bibliogr. 13 refs. The program of the lecture course. Ecology // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001. 5: 126-129. Bibliogr. 38 refs. Biodiversity and water quality: the role of feedbacks. DAN. 2002. vol. 382. No. 1. P. 138-141. 1 fig, 2 tables. Bibliogr. 15 refs. Translated into English: Ostroumov S. A. Biodiversity protection and quality of water: the role of feedbacks in ecosystems. - Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002 (January). Volume 382, Numbers 1- 6, p. 18-21. The article presents a new vision of how biodiversity helps towards better stability and water quality. The author made an innovative analysis of his experimental data and formulated the following suggestion: to maintain water 34

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quality, it is vital to protect the functionally active biodiversity of water ecosystems. In other words, according to his vision, the protection of functionally active biodiversity, including filter-feeders, is a key to maintenance of water quality. Among new facts: the detergent IXI 20 mg/L inhibited water filtration by marine mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis (3-25 min, 18 pro mille, 22.8C); the detergent Deni-Automat 30 mg/L also inhibited the water filtration by oysters Crassostrea gigas Thunberg (240 min, 25.2C).]. DOI 10.1023/A:1014465220673. http://www.springerlink.com/content/p89cugy9ddk053g7/;MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica distributed exclusively by Springer Science+Business Media LLC. ISSN0012-4966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online). http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/; http://sites.google.com/site/2dbs382p18biodivers/; New type of action of potentially hazardous chemicals: uncouplers of pelagial-benthal coupling (Novyi tip deistviya potentzialno opasnykh veshchestv: razobshchiteli pelagialno-bentalnogo sopryazheniya). DAN. 2002. v. 383. No.1, p. 138-141. [The effects of the xenobiotic (potassium bichromate K2Cr2O7) on the removal of suspended matter from water by the mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis was studied. It was shown that the chemical inhibited the removal of suspended matter from water during water filtering by mussels. It was concluded that the chemical inhibited water filtration rate by the mussels. The results are in accord with previous findings on effects of other xenobiotics and pollutants on filtration rate by bivalves. The similar inhibition by xenobiotics and pollutants was shown by the author for both marine (Ostroumov, DAN, 2001, vol. 378, No. 2., p. 283-285) and freshwater (Ostroumov, DAN, 2001, vol. 380, No. 5., p. 714-717) molluscs. The results demonstrate a new type of ecological hazard from water pollution when the polluting chemicals may uncouple the link between from the pelagial part of the ecosystem and its benthal part, i.e. pelagial-benthal coupling]. In Russ., translated into English: A new type of effect of potentially hazardous substances: uncouplers of pelagialbenthal coupling. - Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002 (March). Vol. 383 (1-6): 127-130. Bibliogr.15. ISSN 0012-4966. Discovery of a new type of negative impact of pollutants on the biosphere, as a result of inhibition of water filtration by filter-feeders / suspension feeders. The water filtration and associated removal of suspended matter from water is part of migration of matter. As V.I. Vernadsky stressed, organisms are mediators of biogenic migration of atoms in the biosphere. This migration is partly implemented in the framework of pelagialbenthal coupling via the activity of filter-feeders, which remove the organic suspended matter from water and excrete pellets. The tables contains the following data: the average percentage of assimilated (16-90%) and non-assimilated (10-84%) food matter for 15 large taxa of invertebrates (Table 1); potassium bichromate inhibited water filtration by mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis (Table 2); surfactants, detergents, pesticides inhibited filtration by filter-feeders, marine and freshwater bivalves and rotifers (Table 3). A prediction was made: "Further research and experimental studies are expected to provide new evidence that sublethal concentrations of chemical pollutants induce a significant decrease in the filtration capacity of freshwater and marine filter feeders" (p.129). "The uncoupling process considered above is an anthropogenic violation of two basic laws (empirical rules or biogeochemical principles) of the biosphere functioning: (1) biogenic migration of atoms of chemical elements in the biosphere always tends toward its maximum expression; (2) on the geological time scale, the

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evolution of species gives rise to the forms of life that are stable in the biosphere, and is so directed that the biogenic migration of atoms in the biosphere increases" (p.129).]; DOI10.1023/A:1015385723150; https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html? key=d988acb599e121964c48114374a87e8d;www.springerlink.com/index/28V23JBFAD L1Y100.pdf; System of principles for protecting the biogeocenotic function and biodiversity of filter-feeders. DAN. 2002. V. 383. No. 5. P. 710-714. Bibliogr.15 refs. In Russ., translated into English: System of principles for conservation of the biogeocenotic function and the biodiversity of filter-feeders.- Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002 (March). Vol. 383: 147-150. Bibliogr.15 refs. ISSN 0012-4966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online). Distributed by Springer,

orderdept@springer-sbm.com. As a result of the authors studies of filter-feeders (DAN, 1998, Vol. 362, P. 574-576; DAN, 2001, Vol. 378, P. 283-285), it is clear that the filtering activity of populations of filter-feeders in natural habitats might be significantly reduced if the concentrations of some pollutants reach certain levels. The role of filter-feeders as factors of water purification in ecosystems is so important that their inhibition is a danger for the entire ecosystem. The author emphasizes that not only the biodiversity of filter-feeders but also their level of functional (filtration) activity is to be protected. In order to do so, the author suggested establishing a new type of protected areas whose main purpose is to protect functionally active populations of filter-feeders, including bivalves and other organisms. Those protected areas could be named hydrobiological (some variants: biofiltering, or malacological) reserves (some variants: refuges, sanctuaries, etc.). The author formulated 5 principles of

nature conservation requirements in malacological and hydrobiological reserves (Tabl. 3). Among them is principle 2, "conservation of filtration activity of organisms and populations". The paper contains data on how 5 detergents (1-50 mg/L) inhibited the filtration activity of Unio tumidus, Mytilus galloprovincialis, Crassostrea gigas (Tabl. 2); on effects on the efficiency of elimination (EEE) of suspended matter from water were measured (Tabl. 2); on the number of days (0.3 10) needed to filter the volume of aquatic (freshwater and marine) ecosystem by the local bivalves (a review of data from literature) (Tabl. 1). "I suggest that the existing system of protected terrestrial and water areas should be supplemented with special sites intended to conserve populations of filterfeeders. In addition to biodiversity conservation, these populations should be conserved because they fulfill a very important biogeocenotic function of water filtration and purification" (p.149). "The system of five principlesis proposed to provide an ecological basis of the environment conservation conditions at these sites (malacological and hydrobiological reserves)" (p.149).]. DOI 10.1023/A:1015398125876; www.springerlink.com/index/1MNVLNAYW36TC92R.pdf https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html? key=888352078b275ef40a430eb5b4d7714c; New variants of the definitions of the concepts and terms 'ecosystem' and 'biogeocoenosis'. DAN. 2002. V. 383. No. 4. P. 571-573. In Russ., translated into English: New definitions of the concepts and terms ecosystem and biogeocenosis. Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002 (March). Vol. 383: 141-143. 2 tables. Bibliogr. 15. ISSN 00124966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online). Distributed by Springer, orderdept@springer-sbm.com [In 1935, the term 'ecosystem' was coined by A. Tansley. In the 1940s, another important term 'biogeocoenosis' was introduced by V. N. Sukachev. Since that time, a significant

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amount of new facts was accumulated in ecology. It is necessary to revisit the formulation of the basic concepts and terms in ecology, including the two terms mentioned above. The author proposed some new variants of the definition of the two terms that (1) reflect the modern vision of the basics of ecology; and (2) avoid the vicious circle of using other terms that in turn request their definitions. Tables: 5 specific features of the proposed definition of ecosystem (Table 1); 8 specific features of the proposed definition of biogeocenosis, and 8 distinctions between the proposed definition and the classical definition by V.N. Sukachev (Table 2)]. https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html? key=997c8c86899d5a6e24531054ad1bcd1e; DOI 10.1023/A:1015393924967; www.springerlink.com/index/VPG4YU2V3YD6T97B.pdf; the Russian version of the paper: http://scipeople.ru/publication/66938/; Syllabus of a new lecture course 'Introduction to biochemical ecology' // Syllabuses of lecture courses (Programmi spetzkursov). Moscow: Moscow State University. 2002. P.123-125 [the new innovative course developed]. Syllabus of a new lecture course 'Mechanisms of interactions of organisms in ecosystems' // Syllabuses of lecture courses (Programmi spetzkursov). M.: Moscow State University. 2002. P.120-122 [the new innovative course developed]. Syllabus of a new lecture course 'Ecology of water self-purification' // Syllabuses of lecture courses (Programmi spetzkursov). Moscow: Moscow State University. 2002. P.126-127 [the new innovative course developed]. Molluscs in biogeochemical flows (C, N, P, Si, Al) and water self-purification: effects of surfactants. Vestnik MGU. Ser. 16. Biology. (ISSN 0201-7385; ISSN 0137-0952) 2003. No. 1. P. 15-24. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Kolesnikov M.P.] [The effects of a cationic surfactant on the feeding rate and the pellet excretion by the molluscs Lymnaea stagnalis and freshwater mussels (Unionidae) was studied. It is shown that the molluscs Lymnaea stagnalis excret pellets of faeces at the rate of 4-7 mg (dry weight) per 1 g of the wet weight of molluscs per 72 h. Under the conditions when the food is the leaves of Nuphar lutea, the content of C in the pellets was 69.74%; N, 2.3-2.9%; P, 0.4-0.5%; Si, 1.1-1.7%, Al, 0.054-0.059%. In the presence of the cationic surfactant, tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA) (2 mg/L), the feeding rate of molluscs was decreased by 27.9-70.9%. Under the effect of the cationic surfactant, TDTMA (2 mg/L), the production of pellets per g of the wet weight of molluscs was decreased by 41.7% (over the incubation period of 72 h). We also studied the content of the pellets of freshwater mussels after their feeding on the natural seston (the sample of mussels taken from the natural community). In the sample, the species and their percentages were: Unio tumidus 63.21%, U. pictorum 27.36 %, Crassiana crassa 7.55 %, Anodonta cygnea 1.89 %. This sample of bivalves produced the pellets that had the following chemical content: C, 64.3%; N, 2.73%; P, 0.39%; Si, 1.14%; Al, 0.071%. Water filtering by the unionids was also inhibited by TDTMA and some other surfactants. Therefore it was shown that the surfactant inhibited the matter and elements transfer through this level of the trophic chain]. Inhibitory analysis of top-down control: new keys to studying eutrophication, algal blooms, and water self-purification. Hydrobiologia. 2002. Vol. 469, P. 117-129. [Top-down control is a vital type of interspecies interactions in food webs. Phytoplankton grazers contribute to the top-down control of phytoplankton populations. This article is focused on the role of benthic suspension-feeders (filter - feeders) in the control of plankton populations as a result of water filtering and the removal of suspended matter 37

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(including the cells of plankton) from the water column. New data on the inhibitory effects of synthetic surfactants and detergents on bivalves, which are benthic filter-feeders (freshwater mussels Unio tumidus, U. pictorum, marine mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis, M. edulis, and oysters Crassostrea gigas) are presented and discussed. Importance and efficiency of that approach to the problems of eutrophication and water self-purification is pointed out. The chemical pollution may pose a threat to the natural top-down control of phytoplankton and water self-purification processes. Water selfpurification is a key prerequisite for sustainable use of aquatic resources. The anionic surfactant SDS at a concentration of 0.5 mg/L inhibited water filtration by C. gigas, at a concentration of 1.7 mg/L suppressed the filtering activity of M. galloprovincialis, at that of 1-5 mg/L decreased water filtration by M. edulis. The non-ionogenic surfactant TX100 at concentrations 0.5-5 mg/L induced a sharp slowdown in water filtration by M. edulis, at 1 and 5 mg/L it caused a decrease in the filtration rate by the freshwater bivalve U. tumidus. The cationic surfactant TDTMA at 1-2 mg/L constrained the filtering activity of the freshwater bivalve U. pictorum. 4 detergents (6.7-50 mg/L) hindered the filtration by M.galloprovincialis. 3 detergents (1-30 mg/L) slowed down the clearance rate during water filtration by C. gigas. The shampoo AHC (Avon Herbal Care) at concentrations 560 mg/L arrested the filtration by M. galloprovincialis]. ISSN 0018-8158 (Print) 15735117 (Online) DOI 10.1023/A:1015559123646;
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Polyfunctional role of biodiversity in processes leading to water purification: current conceptualizations and concluding remarks. Hydrobiologia. 2002. V. 469 (1-3): 203204. Bibliogr. 8 refs. ISSN 0018-8158 (Print) 1573-5117 (Online) [Selected elements of a new vision of the role of biodiversity in water purification and maintaining the natural purification potential of ecosystems, elements of the theory of water self-purification. Some fundamental principles that characterize the pivotal roles of the biodiversity of filter-feeders in ecosystems. Among those roles are: (1) the role of ecological repair of water quality, (2) the role of contributing to reliability and stability of the functioning of the ecosystem, (3) the role of contributing to creation of habitat heterogeneity, (4) the role of contributing to acceleration of migration of chemical elements. It is an important feature of the biomachinery of filter-feeders that it removes from water various particles of a very broad range of sizes. Another important principle is that the amount of the organic matter filtered out of water is larger than the amount assimilated so that a significant part of the removed material serves no useful function to the organism of the filter-feeder, but serves a beneficial function to some other species and to the ecosystem as a whole. The new experiments by the author additionally demonstrated a vulnerability of the filtration activity of filter feeders (e.g., bivalves and rotifers) to some xenobiotics (tetradecyltrymethylammonium bromide, heavy metals and some others). The inhibition of the filtration activity of filter-feeders may lead to the situation previously described as that of an ecological impairment of the second type].DOI 10.1007/s10750-004-1875-1;
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Identification of a new type of hazard of chemicals: inhibition of processes of ecological remediation. DAN. 2002. Vol. 385. No. 4. P. 571-573. [New data on the inhibition of filter-feeders by chemical mixtures (detergents) are reported. The detergent Lanza-Automat (20 mg/L) inhibited water filtration by the bivalves (oysters) Crassostrea gigas (incubation time 435 min, 23.4C). As a result, the removal from water of suspended cells of 38

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Saccharomyces cerevisiae was inhibited by the detergent. New data are in line with the previous findings of the same author on the similar action of other detergents as well as surfactants (e.g., Ostroumov, 2000, 2001). The author formulated and substantiated a new conceptualization of ecological hazards from chemicals that pollute aquatic environment. The author proposed that the ability of bivalves to contribute to water purification and ecosystem remediation may be damaged by chemical pollutants exemplified by detergents. The concept is in accord with the conclusions made on some other studies of the same author using bivalves Unio tumidus (DAN, 1991, 380:714-717); Mytilus edulis (DAN, 1998, v.262: 574-576) and C. gigas (DAN, 2001, v. 378: 283-285)]. This paper was
translated into English and published as the following paper.

Identification of a new type of ecological hazard of chemicals: inhibition of processes of ecological remediation. Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002. 385: 377-379. In Eng.; ISSN 0012-4966. The author discovered and characterized a new type of ecological hazard of
chemical pollution of water, which involves inhibition of important processes of ecological remediation of ecosystems (water filtration by aquatic bivalves). Experiments were performed using mollusks (oysters), Crassostrea gigas Thunberg, and a cell suspension of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The cell suspension was a model of suspended matter in aquatic ecosystem. Laundry detergent Lanza-Automat inhibited water filtration by oysters C. gigas. As a result, the removal of the cells (S. cerevisiae) from water was inhibited. This demonstrated a new type of ecological hazard caused by water pollution with chemical pollutants at sublethal concentrations. This hazard is associated with the fact that chemical pollution of water causes inhibition of the physiological activity of filter-feeders, thereby inhibiting the important ecological processes of water filtration. These ecological processes contribute significantly to improving water quality, water purification and the related remediation of aquatic ecosystems (their ecological repair). [Effects on elimination efficiency (EEE); new concept of ecological remediation as ecological repair; new data on inhibitory effects of the detergent Lanza-Automat 20 mg/L on water filtration by oysters C. gigas and removal of the cells of S. cerevisiae from water (Tabl. 1); a summary table of effects of cationic, anionic, non-ionic surfactants, pesticides, potassium bichromate, on marine and freshwater bivalves, larvae of Ephemeroptera, rotifers, and Cladocera mainly the data of the author plus some data from literature (Tabl. 2) The author identified "a new type of ecological hazard caused by water pollution. This hazard is associated with the fact that chemical pollution of water causes inhibition of the physiological activity of hydrobionts, thereby inhibiting the ecological processes mediated by the hydrobionts. These processes contribute significantly to water purification and the related remediation of aquatic ecosystems (their ecological repair)" (p.379)]. DOI 10.1023/A:1019929305267;

https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html? key=8408a7cfaa984764b812ce79c77007f2; http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/ Role of aquatic organisms in the regulation of flows of matter and migration of elements in aquatic ecosystems. Bulletin RAEN (Vestnik RAEN). 2002. No. 3. P. 50-54. On studies of bivalves. Ecol. Studies, Problems, Solutions, 2003, vol. 6. P. 101-105. The functions of the living matter in the biosphere // Vestnik RAN (Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences). 2003. V. 73. No. 3. P. 232-238. Tab. Abstract in Russian. Bibliogr. 18 refs, portr. [A new definition of the term 'pheromones', p. 232-233; new concepts of ecological chemomediators (p. 232), ecological chemoregulators (p. 232), ecological chemoeffectors (p. 234)]. [O funktsiyakh zhivogo veshchestva v biosfere. Vestnik Rossijskoj Akademii Nauk, 2003, vol. 73, no. 3, pp. 232238]. http://www.ras.ru/FStorage/download.aspx ?id=85c24ba4-1f3d-41e2-8ef7c8663bb3a98b; also, http://scipeople.com/publication/65610/ 39

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Some approaches to the system of criteria for environmental hazards of man-induced effects on organisms and ecosystems. - Siberian Ecological Journal. 2003. No.2, p. 247-253. [ = Siberian Journal of Ecology = Sibirskiy ekologicheskiy zhurnal; ISSN 0869-8619; http://www.sibran.ru/English/SECJE.HTM ] [The paper provides a critical discussion of the classification criteria for environmental hazards which is used in some states - e.g., the states of EC (European Community), in order to decide in what classification category a substance will fit. A new system of criteria for environmental hazards is proposed. The system includes four blocks according to the four levels of man-caused disturbances in living systems. As an example of a non-lethal but potentially important effect produced by a man-made chemical, some new data on the inhibitory effects of a surfactant on bivalves are presented. A non-ionic surfactant Triton-X100 inhibited the water filtration by mussels. Various ecologically important consequences of the inhibition of water filtration are discussed. The efficiency of the proposed system of criteria is demonstrated]. http://www.sbras.ru/PSB/show_text. phtml?eng+1646+9. Russian version of the paper: http://scipeople.com/publication/70334/; Anthropogenic effects on the biota: towards a new system of principles and criteria for analysis of ecological hazards // Rivista di Biologia / Biology Forum. 2003. vol. 96, no.1, p. 159-170. Table. Abstracts in Eng. and Italian (p.169). Bibliogr. 21 refs. [=Effetti dell' attivit umana sul biota: verso un nuovo sistema di principi e criteri per l'analisi dei rischi ecologici. The currently accepted system of criteria for evaluating environmental and ecological hazards of man-made chemicals (pollutants) is vulnerable to criticism. In this paper, a new concept of the system of approaches towards criteria for evaluating the ecological hazard from man-made impact is proposed. It is suggested to assess the manmade impacts (including effects of pollutants and xenobiotics) on the biota according to the following four levels of disturbance in biological and ecological systems: (1) the level of individual responses; (2) the level of aggregated responses of groups of organisms; (3) the level of stability and integrity of the ecosystem; (4) the level of contributions of the ecosystem to biospheric processes. On the basis of the authors experimental studies, an example is given of how to apply the proposed approach and the system of criteria to the analysis of concrete experimental data. To exemplify the efficiency of the proposed approach, it is shown how to use it to analyze new data on effects of a synthetic surfactant on water filtering by bivalves. It is concluded that the proposed approach will be helpful in better assessing environmental and ecological hazards from anthropogenic effects on biota, including effects of man-made chemicals polluting ecosystems. Surfactant 100 0.5 / inhibited filtration of water (90 , 16) by mussels Mytilus edulis and the removal of cells of algae Isochrysis galbana out of water. The abundancy of unfiltered cells that stayed in water was twice as much than in the control system without TX100]. http://sites.google.com/site/ostroumovsergei/publications-1/rivista2003criteria; http://scipeople.com/uploads/materials/4389/3RB96p159Anth..Criteria.doc; www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12852181; On the role of the biota (ecological and hydrobiological factors) in the regulation and stabilization of the biospheric, geochemical, and geophysical processes and parameters. Vestnik of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. 2003, Vol. 3, No. 2, P. 59-

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62. [The paper revisit the role of the biota (living organisms, the sum of ecological and hydrobiological factors) in the regulation and stabilization of some parameters of the biosphere, geophysical and geochemical processes and, as a result, in the preventing the extremal weather events and global change of the climate system. The shortlist of the six most important functions of biota in doing so is formulated and commented]. Modernization of the concepts of ecosystem and biogeocoenosis. - Bulletin of the Samara Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Special Issue on Ecology. (Izvestiya Samarskogo Nauchnogo Tsentra Rossiyskoj Akademii Nauk. Spetzialnyi Vypusk "Aktualnye Problemy Ekologii"), 2003. No.1. P. 25-33. Aquatic organisms as a factor in the regulation of the flows of matter and migrations of chemical elements in aquatic ecosystems.- Izvestija Samarskogo nauchnogo centra Rossijskoj akademii nauk, 2003, v.5, No.2, p.249-255. Bibliogr. 24 refs. [V.I.Vernadsky underlined the important role of the living matter in determining the pattern of migrations of chemical elements on the surface of Earth, including the hydrosphere. On the basis of the data accumulated in hydrobiology, limnology, and biological oceanography, some conceptual conclusions could be made. The classification of migrations of elements, as proposed in this paper, can include the following types: vectorial and stochastic, cyclic and non-cyclic migrations. The role of living matter in regulation of that which proportion of matter (chemical elements) undergo any of those types of migrations is analyzed. Author consider both groups of factors (biotic and abiotic ones) as important in that regulation. The structurization of the migrations of chemical elements on the surface of Earth is under the combined and complex control of the both groups of the factors. Extending the area of usage of the unique adjective proposed by Vernadsky (biocosny, which means formed as a process and result of the combined and closely interwoven action of biotic and abiotic factors; the adjective consists of two parts, bio and cosny, the latter means inert in Russian and reflects the sum of abiotic factors), we consider the complex biocosny regulation of migrations of matter and chemical elements in the biosphere, including the regulation of dichotomies at the points of bifurcations among the vectorial and stochastic, as well as cyclic and noncyclic types of their migrations. The conceptual conclusions are based on the empirical data in literature and the results of our experiments (e.g., Ostroumov, Kolesnikov 2000, 2001; Ostroumov 2001)]. http://www.ssc.smr.ru/ftp/2003/ssc52249.pdf Full text is available at eLIBRARY, see: http://elibrary.ru/ Elements of the theory of biotic self-purification of aquatic ecosystems. Bulletin of the Samara Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Special Issue on Ecology. (Izvestiya Samarskogo Nauchnogo Tsentra Rossiyskoj Akademii Nauk. Spetzialnyi Vypusk "Aktualnye Problemy Ekologii") 2003. No.1. P. 225-229. Remediation of disturbances at the ecological level: water self-purification and ecological repair. Vestnik Rossiskogo Universiteta Druzhby Narodov. Ser. Ecology and Life Safety. 2003. No. 9. P. 104-111, 4 tables. Bibliogr. 23 refs. [Using a cationic surfactant (tetradecyltrimethyl ammonium bromide) and heavy metals (Cd, Cu and some others), new experimental data were obtained that show that one of the most important processes of ecological repair of water quality (the process of removal of suspended matter by aquatic organisms) is inhibited by pollutants (xenobiotics), which points to some similarity or analogy with the processes of DNA repair; the latter can also be inhibited by some xenobiotics and have some other attributes (a decrease in entropy etc.) that are analogous to those of ecological repair. The xenobiotics that produced those negative 41

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effects on the processes of the ecological repair (remediation) of water quality included various surfactants, detergents, and metals. New experimental data on the effects of tetradecyltrimethyl ammonium bromide on marine mussels are presented]. Full text is available at eLibrary.Ru Ostroumov S.A., Dodson S., Hamilton D., Peterson S., Wetzel R.G. Medium-term and long-term priorities in ecological studies // Rivista di Biologia / Biology Forum. 2003 (May). 96: 327-332. Abstracts in Eng. and Italian (p. 332). Bibliogr. 20 ref. http://scipeople.com/uploads/materials/4389/3RivistaBio96Priorities2.rtf; www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14595906 ; PMID: 14595906 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Research priorities in ecology and environmental sciences for the future are formulated. The priorities for both fundamental and applied ecology are proposed. The list of priorities includes 50 items. The priorities are relevant to terrestrial, aquatic, and general ecology. The list of priorities is helpful when grant proposals are being prepared, evaluated, and selected for funding. Studying effects of some surfactants and detergents on filter-feeding bivalves. --Hydrobiologia. 2003. 500: 341-344. [Effects of several surfactants and chemical mixtures on marine bivalves were studied. An anionic surfactant, sodium dodecylsulphate (SDS), and a cationic surfactant, tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA), inhibited the filtering activity of oysters (Crassostrea gigas). Similar effects were exhibited by some chemical mixtures that included surfactants. Those mixtures inhibited the filtering activity of Crassostrea gigas and Mytilus galloprovincialis. Inhibition of filtering activity as a result of the effects of surfactant TDTMA 0.5 mg l-1 on the oysters Crassostrea gigas; SDS 0.5 mg l-1 on C. gigas; 3 synthetic detergent mixtures on Mytilus galloprovincialis and C. gigas.The new results are in agreement with the author's previous experiments, where a number of xenobiotics and/or pollutants inhibited the filtering activity of several species of marine and freshwater bivalves, e.g., it had been shown that SDS inhibited filtering activity of Mytilus edulis (e.g., Ostroumov, 2000, 2001). This experimental approach is helpful in assessment of environmental hazards from man-made chemicals that can contaminate marine systems]. DOI: 10.1023/A:1024604904065. http://www.springerlink.com/content/k05884h730t228w4/ Effect of a cationic amphiphilic compound on rotifers. Doklady Akademii Nauk, Vol. 390, No. 3, 2003, p. 423426. [In collaboration: S.A.O., N. Walz, R. Rusche]. In Russ., translated into Eng.: Effect of a cationic amphiphilic compound on rotifers. - Doklady Biological Sciences, Vol. 390, 2003, p. 252255. Bibliogr.15. (Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk, Vol. 390, No. 3, 2003, p. 423426). [In collaboration: S.A.O., N. Walz, R. Rusche]. ISSN 0012-4966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online). Welfare of the biosphere depends on filter-feeders that contribute to making water clean and transparent. Important new facts on the hazard of man-made damage to the beneficial function of rotifers, which are the plankton filter-feeders, were discovered. For the first time, it was found that a chemical pollutant inhibits filtration activity of rotifers. As a chemical pollutant, a representative of synthetic surfactants was studied. The study featured an advanced technique that allows a precise measurement of the filtration rate on the basis of measuring the rate of removal of algal cells from water by rotifers. The experiment was run in the following system: the two42

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species culture of rotifers (Brachionus calyciflorus) and algae (Nannochloropsis limnetica; Eustigmatophyceae) was studied in a two-stage turbidostat (temperature 20C) as described by Walz et al. (1997) with some modifications. Dilution rate (the higher the filtration activity of rotifers, the higher the dilution rate) was measured in the turbidostat. As a model of a chemical pollutant, the cationic surfactant tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA) was added to the water of the turbidostat. On the basis of previous studies (Ostroumov, 2000), the concentration of TDTMA was 0.5 mg/L. Dynamics of the dilution rate before and after addition of the chemical was monitored. The dilution rate decreased after the addition of TDTMA. Also, a comparison of the dilution rate in the experimental turbidostat (with the surfactant) with the control turbidostat (without the chemical) was made. Under conditions of the presence of TDTMA the dilution rate was lower than in the control turbidostat. The lower dilution rate means a lower filtration and grazing activity of the population of the rotifers. The results are in accord with the hypothesis that the cationic surfactant TDTMA can inhibit the filtering activity of populations of rotifers. The results support the conclusions of previous publications, in which analogous effects of surfactants on another major group of filterfeeders (the bottom-dwelling bivalve mollusks) were discovered (Doklady of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2001, 380, p. 847-849; 2002, vol. 382, p.138-141). [Surfactant TDTMA 0.5 mg l-1, turbidostat; the culture of rotifers Brachionus calyciflorus feeding on algae Nannochloropsis limnetica]. [ISSN 0012-4966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online)]. https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html? key=def6575c794b111fcc31275e853c2b15; www.springerlink.com/index/R3126462K122M13T.pdf; DOI 10.1023/A:1024417903077. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Walz N., Rusche R.]. Effect of some amphyphilic substances and mixtures on marine mollusks // Gidrobiologicheskiy Zhurnal (Kiev). 2003. 39 (2): 103-108. (in Rus.). English translation is available: Influence of some amphyphilic substances and mixtures on marine mollusks // Hydrobiological Journal (Hydrob. J.) 2003, v.39. Issue 4. p. 97-101 (ISSN 0018-8166) [DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v39.i4.100]; http://dx.doi.org/; also: http://www.edatacenter.com/journals/38cb2223012b73f2,290c78b07c8d18f5,038db8ad6f5c36c1.html; http://www.begellhouse.com/journals/38cb2223012b73f2,290c78b07c8d18f5,038db8ad6f 5c36c1.html; = Ostroumov S. A. Influence of Some Amphyphilic Substances and Mixtures on Marine Mollusks. - Hydrobiological Journal c/c Of Gidrobiologicheskii Zhurnal. 2003, Vol 39; Part 4, p. 97-101. [Publisher John Wiley & Sons Ltd; Country of publication USA; ISSN 0018-8166] http://direct.bl.uk/bld/PlaceOrder.do?
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activity of oysters (Crassostrea gigas). Some mixtures containing surface active substances also inhibited the filtration activity of C. gigas and Mytilus galloprovincialis. The obtained data correlate well with the results obtained previously. They suggest that some xenobiotics and pollutants inhibited the filtration activity of other species of marine and freshwater Bivalvia. This experimental approach is useful in evaluating the influence of surfactants (surface active substances) on marine ecosystems]; = Ostroumov S. A. Influence of Some Amphyphilic Substances and Mixtures on Marine Mollusks. HYDROBIOLOGICAL JOURNAL C/C OF GIDROBIOLOGICHESKII ZHURNAL. 2003, VOL 39; PART 4, p. 97-101. [Publisher JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD; Country of publication USA; ISSN 0018-8166] [Another variant of the abstract: Ostroumov, S. A. Effect of some amphiphilic substances and mixed preparations on marine mollusks. Gidrobiologicheskij zhurnal/Hydrobiological journal [Gidrobiol. Zh./Hydrobiol. J.]. Vol. 39, no. 2, pp. 103-108. 2003. Abstract: Effects of several amphyphilic chemicals (surfactants) and chemical mixtures on marine bivalves were studied. An aninionic surfactant, sodium dodecylsulphate (SDS), and a cationic surfactant, tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA) inhibited filtering activity of oysters (Crassostrea gigas). Similar effects were exhibited by some chemical mixtures that included surfactants. Those mixtures inhibited filtering activity by C. gigas and Mytilus galloprovincialis. The new results are in agreement with the author's previous experiments, where a number of xenobiotics and/or pollutants inhibited the filtering activity of several species of marine and freshwater bivalves. This experimental approach is helpful in assessment of environmental hazards from man-made chemicals that can contaminate marine ecosystems. Descriptors: Article Subject Terms: Animal physiology | Aquatic environment | Filtration | Marine molluscs | Marine pollution | Pollution effects | Self purification | Surfactants | Article Taxonomic Terms: Bivalvia | Crassostrea gigas | Mytilus edulis | Mytilus galloprovincialis. http://md1.csa.com/partners/viewrecord.php? requester=gs&collection=ENV&recid=8083160&q=Ostroumov+S.A.&uid=788880522& setcookie=yes] Ecological concepts, ecosystem, biogeocoenosis, boundaries of ecosystems: the quest for new definitions. -Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Ser.16. Biology (ISSN 0201-7385; ISSN 0137-0952) 2003. No. 3. P.43-50. Tab. Bibliogr. 44 refs. With Eng. abst. Translated into English: Ecological concepts "ecosystem", "biogeocenosis", "ecosystem boundaries": search for new definitions. Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin. 2003. Vol. 58. No. 3. P. 29-38. Tab. Bibliogr. 44 refs. [ISSN 0096-3925; Publisher: Allerton Press, Inc., 18 West 27th Street, N.Y., NY 10001]. Aquatic ecosystem as a bioreactor: water purification and some other functions. - Rivista di Biologia / Biology Forum, 2004, 97 (1): 67-78. Abstracts in Eng. and Italian. [A fundamental concept is proposed of aquatic ecosystem as a bioreactor that carries out the function of water purification in natural water bodies and streams. The ecosystem as a bioreactor has the following characteristic attributes: (1) it is a large-scale (large-volume) bioreactor; (2) it is a diversified (in terms of the number of taxa and the scope of functional activities) bioreactor; (3) it possesses a broad range of biocatalytic (chemical-transforming and degrading) capabilities. New experimental data on xenobiotics - induced inhibition of the water filtration performed by the molluscs Unio tumidus, U. pictorum, M. galloprovincialis and inhibition of feeding by Limnaea stagnalis emphasized the potential ecological hazard from sublethal concentrations of

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pollutants (including those exemplified by synthetic surfactants and detergents). http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15648211; PMID: 15648211 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]; http://scipeople.com/uploads/materials/4389/4Rivista.Biologia97p39Aquatic..Bioreactor. RTF ; http://direct.bl.uk/bld/PlaceOrder.do? UIN=159337168&ETOC=RN&from=searchengine; Publisher ANICIA S.R.L.; Country of publication Italy; ISSN 0035-6050; Hydrobiology and aquatic ecosystems as factors of economic growth // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2004. Vol. 7. P. 25-27. Elements of qualitative theory of biotic self-purification of aquatic ecosystems. Application of the theory to the practice of nature conservation. - Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Ser. 16. Biology (ISSN 0201-7385; ISSN 0137-0952), 2004. No. 1. P. 2332. Tables. Bibliogr. 41 refs. With Eng. abst. Translated into English: Elements of the qualitative theory of biotic self-purification of aquatic ecosystems. Application of the theory to biodiversity conservation practice. - Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin. (ISSN 0096-3925; Allerton Press, Inc., NY, NY 10001), 2004. Vol. 59. No. 1. P. 26-35. Tables. Bibliogr. 41 refs. Effects of cationic surfactant on mussels: inhibition of water filtration. - Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta (Bulletin of Moscow University). Ser. 16 Biology. (ISSN 0201-7385; ISSN 0137-0952) 2004. No. 4. P. 38-41. Tables. Bibliogr. 30 refs. [TDTMA, Mytilus edulis M.galloprovincialis] In Russ., with Eng. abstract. [In collaboration: S.A.O., J.Widdows]. Translated into English: Effects of cationic surfactant on mussels: inhibition of water filtration. - Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin. (ISSN 0096-3925; Allerton Press, Inc., NY, NY 10001), 2004. Vol. 59. No. 4. P. 29-33. Tables. Bibliogr. 30 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., J.Widdows] Effects of three surfactants on the filtration rates by marine mussels were studied. The xenobiotics tested represented anionic, cationic and non-ionic surfactants (tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide, a representative of a class of cationic surfactants; sodium dodecyl sulphate, a representative of anionic alkyl sulfates; and Triton X-100, a representative of non-ionic hydroxyethylated alkyl phenols). All three surfactants inhibited the clearance rates. The significance of the results for the ecology of marine ecosystems is discussed. Biological mechanism of self-purification in natural water bodies and streams: theory and applications. - Advances of Modern Biology. 2004. 124 (5): 429-442. 6 Tables. Bibliogr. 79 refs. In Russ., abstract in English. Facts and concepts of ecology // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2004. Vol. 7. P.106-167 [a series of 17 essays including: 1. New sciences of biochemical ecology and biochemical hydrobiology ( : ) // Ibid. . 106-111. 2. Biochemical apparatus of the biosphere ( ) // Ibid. P. 111-115. 3. Ecological bomb of the second type ( ) // Ibid. P. 115-119. 4. Effects of Cd, Cu, and Pb on Mytilus galloprovincialis ( , Mytilus galloprovincialis) // Ibid. P. 119-121. 5. Entropy and negentropy ( , . 45

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) // Ibid. P. 122-126. 6. Unio pictorum: a new morphometric parameter ( Unio pictorum: ) // Ibid. P. 126-127. 7. Mytilaster lineatus: a new morphometric parameter ( Mytilaster lineatus: ) // Ibid. P. 128-129. 8. Filling gaps in teachings of V.I.Vernadsky ( .. ) // Ibid. P. 129-132. 9. The theory of biotic self-purificaiton of water ( : ) // Ibid. P. 132-138. 10. Principle of ecological uncertainty ( ) // Ibid. 2004. P. 138141. 11. Comparing self-purification of water and preparation of drinking-water [ . - () ] // Ibid. P. 141-146 (new monetary estimates of the cost of water and the value of water self-purification in ecosystems). 12. Atlantic mussels. Specific volume, a new morphometric parameter // Ibid. 2004. P. 146-150 (a new morphometric parameter is proposed). 13. Ecological clusters ( ) // Ibid. 2004. P. 150-151 (a new ecological concept of interdependence of species). 14. The effects of the detergent E on mussels Mytilus edulis M. galloprovincialis ( Mytilus edulis M. galloprovincialis. ) // Ibid. P. 152-154. 15. New ecological parameters that
characterize the role of organisms in the functioning of ecosystems. Ecological tax and coefficients F/B, F/A, F/P // Ibid. P. 154-157. 16. Coupled ecosystems

( ) // Ibid. P. 157-158. 17. Ecology of future. Nanobiotechnology of the biosphere ( . . ) // Ibid. P. 159-167]. On the biotic self-purification of aquatic ecosystems: elements of the theory. - DAN (Doklady Akademii Nauk), Vol. 396, 2004, No. 1, p. 136141. [System of elements of the theory of biotic maintaining the natural purification potential of ecosystems]. The paper was awarded the honorary Diploma from the Academy of Water Sciences (2006). In Russ., translated into Eng.: On the biotic self-purification of aquatic ecosystems: elements of the theory. - Doklady Biological Sciences, V. 396, 2004, p. 206211. (Translated from DAN, V.396, No.1, 2004, p.136141). Basic elements are formulated for a qualitative theory of the polyfunctional
role of the biota in improving water quality and doing self-purification of water in aquatic ecosystems. The elements of the theory covers the following: sources of energy for the mechanisms of water self-purification; the main functional blocks of the system of selfpurification; the system of the main processes that are involved; the analysis of the degree of participation of the main large taxa; the reliability of the mechanisms of water self-purification; regulation of the processes; the response of the mechanisms of water self-purification towards the external influences (man-made impacts, pollution); and some conclusions relevant to the practice of environment protection. In support of the theory, the results are given of the author's experiments which demonstrated the ability of some pollutants (surfactants, detergents, and some others) to inhibit the water filtration activity of marine filter-feeders, namely, the bivalve

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mollusks Mytilus galloprovincialis, Mytilus edulis, and Crassostrea gigas. ISSN 0012-4966 (Print) 1608-3105 (Online). Distributed by Springer, orderdept@springer-sbm.com. DOI:

10.1023/B:DOBS.0000033278.12858.12; http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/; https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html? key=60f338228d6f3c5114d223ab81e15d3b; http://www.springerlink.com/content/t0nv6rk522230175/; Effects of synthetic surfactants on hydrobiological mechanisms of self-purification of aquatic environment // Water Resources (Vodnye Resursy = ), 2004. V. 31. No. 5. P. 546-555. [Influence des composs tensio-actifs de synthse sur les mcanismes hydrobiologiques de l'auto-puration du milieu aquatique]; Translated into Eng.: Ostroumov S. A. The effect of synthetic surfactants on the hydrobiological mechanisms of water self-purification. - Water Resources. 2004. Volume 31, Number 5, p. 502-510. ISSN 0097-8078 (Print) 1608-344X (Online). DOI 10.1023/B:WARE.0000041919.77628.8d. Long-term studies of the biological effect of surfactants, including the effect surfactants exert on filter feeders, are reviewed. The role of filter feeders in the functioning of freshwater and marine ecosystems is analyzed. New aspects in the assessment of environmental hazard due to the impact of chemical pollutants, including surfactants and detergents, are established. http://www.springerlink.com/content/wj7qx8550w1048u6/; http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/; http://scipeople.com/publication/66788/; On developing the system of principles for analysis of ecological hazards of anthropogenic effects on organisms // Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (= = i i ii) (Kiev), 2004. No. 1. P. 44-49. Protection of water quality and improving the system of principles for analysis of ecological hazards of man-made effects on aquatic ecosystems // Water Sector of Russia: Problems, Technologies, Management (=Vodnoe Khozyaistvo Rossii; ISSN 1999-4508; 2004. V.6. No.6. P. 617-632, Tab. Abstr. in Russ. Bibliogr. 20 refs.; in Russ.). Cadmium sulphate: effects on mussels // Toxicol. Vestnik (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik = Toxicological Review, Moscow, ISSN 0869-7922). 2004. No.6. P. 36-37. On the ecological mechanism of the formation of water quality in water objects. Fundamentals of theory and its applications) // Water and Ecology (Voda i Ekologiya). 2004. No. 3. P. 66-74 (in Rus.). The paper is available on-line: http://64.233.183.104/search?q=cache:sfYpGWmj-MQJ:www.nngasu.ru/bibl/voda %26zemlya/ostroumov.pdf Geochemical apparatus of aquatic ecosystems: biotic regulation. Herald of Russian Academy of Sciences. (Vestnik Rossiiskoi Akademii Nauk) 2004. V. 74. No. 9. P. 785791. A new science in the system of ecological and biospheric sciences: biochemical ecology. Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (= = i i ii). (Kiev) 2004 No. 4 (22). P. 5-12. Bibliogr. 25 refs. Abstracts in English and Ukrainian. The
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of the new scientific discipline of biochemical ecology were formulated. This direction of scientific research is focused on studies of the role of the chemicals produced by organisms in the interorganismal interactions, in communication and regulation of supraorganismal systems. Another part of the science of biochemical ecology deals with the fate and transformation of xenobiotics (alien, foreign chemicals) when they interact with organisms. Both natural chemicals and the man-made chemicals are of importance for biochemical ecology. Fundamental concepts of biochemical ecology include ecological chemomediators and ecological chemoregulators, which are at the beginning of being included into the mainstream of modern scientific concepts and are being at the beginning of being accepted in the modern ecological literature (see Rozenberg et al., 1999).

Suspension-feeders as factors influencing water quality in aquatic ecosystems. In: The Comparative Roles of Suspension-Feeders in Ecosystems, R.F. Dame, S. Olenin (Eds), Springer Press, Dordrecht, 2004. pp. 147-164. Tab. Abstract in English. Bibliogr.: p. 160-164. [Proceedings of the Advanced Research Workshop on The Comparative Roles of Suspension-Feeders in Ecosystems, Nida, Lithuania 49 October 2003. Suspension-feeders are found in both pelagic and benthic systems. They function as an important part of an ecosystem's biomachinery that maintains water quality in aquatic systems. They remove suspended matter and excrete faeces, pseudofaeces and dissolved inorganic materials that contribute to nutrient cycling between the water column and the benthic habitats. Suspension-feeders are a key part of many natural aquatic remediation systems and they can decrease some negative anthropogenic impacts. Recent authors experiments are reported that demonstrate new effects of pollutants on the filtration rates of suspension-feeders. Table 1: factors decreasing water quality in aquatic ecosystems; Table 2: how filter-feeders may produce effects on 9 processes of water purification (chemical oxidation by oxygen, photodegradation etc.); Table 3: quantitative data on filter-feeders of 12 large taxa (Rotifers, Polychaeta etc.); Table 4: amount of the days for the water column to be filtered in 20 ecosystems; Table 5: production of biosediments per year or per day by filter-feeders; Table 6: chemicals that inhibit filtration rates (mainly the data generated by the author); Table 7: Key facts and principles that characterize suspension - feeders as part of water-filtering biomachinery maintaining water quality; Table 8: the level-block approach to the analysis of ecological hazards of anthropogenic effects on the biota. New concepts: polyfunctional role of suspension-feeders regulating ecosystem processes (p.155); "suspension-feeders have a potential to contribute to creating habitat heterogeneity (in terms of patchiness of concentrations of suspended matter in water) (p.157); "ecological taxation: suspension-feeders pay ecological tax to the community (ecosystem)" (p.157); the inhibition of the filtration activity of suspension-feeders may lead to the situation previously described as that of ecological bomb of the second type" (p.159)]. ISBN 978-1-4020-3028-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-3030-7 (Online). DOI 10.1007/1-4020-3030-4_9. Foundations of the theory of biotic formation of water quality and self-purification of aquatic ecosystems [ ]. Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (= = i i ii). 2004. No. 6 (24) P.12-18. . Bibliography 16 items. Abstracts in English and Ukrainian (p.12). Water conditioning in nature. S.O.K. (the abbreviation for the title of the Russian 48

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professional technical journal on environmental engineering, conditioning and utilities 'Santekhnika. Otoplenie. Konditzionirovanie'). 2004. No. 8. P. 21-25 (in Rus.) http://www.aquakultura.ru/articles/details/16.htm About hydrobiological mechanism of self-purification of aquatic objects: from theory to practice. Water Management of Russia [Ekaterinburg]. 2004. V.6. No. 3. P.193-201 (in Rus.). Role of biotic factors in the formation of water quality and in self-purification of aquatic ecosystems. Ecological Chemistry (St.Petersburg). 2004. 13(3): 186-194 [Publishers: Thesa; ISSN 0869-3498]. [Elements of the theory of water self-purification and the formation of water quality. New concept of ecological repair]. Georgiy Evgenievich Shulman - 75. Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (Kiev). 2004. No. 5. P. 91. Searching approaches to solving the problem of global change: elements of the theory of the biotic-ecosystem mechanisms of the regulation and stabilization of the parameters of the biosphere, geochemical and geological environment. Vestnik MGU (Bulletin of Moscow University). Series 16. Biology. 2005. No. 1. P. 24-33. Bibliogr. 50 refs. on pages 31-33. Abstract in English on p. 33, in Russ. on p. 50. [The paper revisits the role of the biota (living organisms, the sum of ecological and hydrobiological factors) in the regulation and stabilization of the parameters of the biosphere, geophysical and geochemical processes and, as a result, in the preventing the extreme weather events and global change of the climate system. The shortlist of the seven most important functions of biota in doing so is formulated and commented. Some elements of the theory of the apparatus of the biosphere are given]. ISSN 0201-7385; ISSN 0137-0952; http://git.bio.msu.ru/vestnik.html; English version of the journal: Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin [Allerton Press, Inc. distributed by Springer Science+Business Media LLC since 2007; ISSN 0096-3925 (Print) 1934-791X (Online)]. http://scipeople.ru/publication/70284/; Principles of strategy of communities as exemplified by aquatic ecosystems: macrosymbiotic systems and high ecological and biospheric technologies. Theoretical Issues of Ecology and Evolution (4th Lubishchev volume of 'Lubishchev Readings'). Togliatti. The Inst. of Ecology of the Volga Basin of the Russ. Academy of Sciences. 2005. P.168-172. Some aspects of water filtering activity of filter-feeders // Hydrobiologia. 2005. Vol. 542, No. 1. P. 275 286 (in Eng.). Bibliogr. 63 refs. DOI 10.1007/s10750-004-1875-1. ISSN 0018-8158 (Print) 1573-5117 (Online). Table 1. Examples of the impact of filter-feeders on the water column: clearance time. Table 2. Examples of diversity of taxons of benthic organisms involved in removing seston from water, and filtration rates. Table 3. Effect of the increase in concentration of algae on the filtration rate and the amount consumed by rotifers Brachionus calyciflorus. Table 4. The ratio F:P in some groups of organisms (examples of "ecological taxation"). Table 5. The ratio F: (P+R) in some filter feeders. Table 6. Results of the ecological tax: biosediment formation in 6 ecosystems. Table 7. Contribution of various aquatic organisms to oxidation of organic matter in the ecosystem of the Sea of Okhotsk. Table 8. Some chemicals that inhibit the filtering activity of the filter-feeders (new data of the author). Table 9. Some features of water-filtering biomachinery: 6 fundamental principles. Table 10. The level-block approach to the analysis of ecological hazards of anthropogenic effects on the biota (the new

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conceptualization proposed by the author). Some fundamental principles that characterize


the pivotal roles of the biodiversity of filter-feeders in ecosystems. Among those roles are: (1) the role of ecological repair of water quality, (2) the role of contributing to reliability and stability of the functioning of the ecosystem, (3) the role of contributing to creation of habitat heterogeneity, (4) the role of contributing to acceleration of migration of chemical elements. It is an important feature of the biomachinery of filter-feeders that it removes from water various particles of a very broad range of sizes. Another important principle is that the amount of the organic matter filtered out of water is larger than the amount assimilated so that a significant part of the removed material serves no useful function to the organism of the filter-feeder, but serves a beneficial function to some other species and to the ecosystem as a whole. The new experiments by the author additionally demonstrated a vulnerability of the filtration activity of filter feeders (e.g. bivalves and rotifers) to some xenobiotics (tetradecyltrymethylammonium bromide, heavy metals and some others). The inhibition of the filtration activity of filter-feeders may lead to the situation previously described as that of an ecological bomb of the second type.

DOI 10.1007/s10750-004-1875-1; www.springerlink.com/index/U21P83P0423J8714.pdf; http://scipeople.com/uploads/materials/4389/5Hydr542p275water.filt.doc; Additional edition as a part of the collective monograph: Some aspects of water filtering activity of filter-feeders. In: Segers H., Martens K. (Eds.) The Diversity of Aquatic Ecosystems. Aquatic Biodiversity II. (Reprinted from Hydrobiologia, vol. 542, 2005). Series: Developments in Hydrobiology, vol. 180. (series editor: K.Martens) Springer. Dordrecht, The Netherlands. 2005. P. 275-286. Bibliogr. 63 refs. Tables. ISBN 1-4020-2951-9. DOI: 10.1007/1-4020-4111-X_26. On some lists of refs (e.g., http://www.springerlink.com/content/? k=Ostroumov+S.A.&sortorder=asc&o=10) the book is presented as: Developments in Hydrobiology 207, Aquatic Biodiversity II. Filter-feeders as part of ecological biomachinery to purify water // Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 2005. Vol. 29/2 (Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung fr theoretische und angewandte Limnologie; Stuttgart, E.Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung), p.10721075. Bibliogr. 16 refs. [Proceedings, SIL Congress 2004; in the text: "We predict that new examples of xenobiotics that inhibit the filtration activity of aquatic organisms will be found in future"]. [SIL XXIX Congress Lahti Finland, 8 - 14 August 2004; Edited for the Association by Jones, J. 2005. VIII , 548 pages, 25x17cm (Verhandlungen IVL, Volume 29, Part 2); ISBN 3-510-54066-2; ISBN 978-3-510-54066-2, paperback] http://www.schweizerbart.de/pubs/books/es/verhandlun-167002902-desc.html; http://www.borntraeger-cramer.de/publications/detail/isbn/9783510540662/XXIXCongress-Lahti-Finland-8---14-August-2004; http://scipeople.com/publication/69541/; Heptane: effects on Mytilus galloprovincialis // oxicol. Bulletin (oxicologicheskiy Vestnik). 2005, No. 1. P. 50-52 [heptane 16 mg/L and 48 mg/L inhibited filtration and removal of Monochrysis lutheri from water]. On some aspects of maintaining water quality and its self-purification // Vodnye Resursy (Water Resources) 2005. V.32. No.3. P. 337-346 (in Rus.). [The article continues the previous publications (Hydrobiologia, vol. 469, pages 117-129, and 203-204), some elements of the basics of the qualitative theory of polyfunctional role of biota in selfpurification of aquatic ecosystems are formulated and systematically arranged. The theory covers the following: (1) sources of energy for the mechanisms of self-purification; (2) the main structure-functional blocks of the system of self-purification; (3) conceptualization of the main processes that are involved; (4) analysis of the degree of participation of the main large taxons; (5 ) degree of reliability and the main mechanisms

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providing the reliability; (6) the link between the reliability of the system of selfpurification and stability of the aquatic ecosystem; (7) the attitude of the system towards the external influences/impacts; (8) conclusions relevant to the ecological theory; (9) conclusions relevant to the practice of biodiversity conservation. New experimental results are given on the effects of Triton X-100 and the detergent OMO on bivalves Unio tumidus. Translated into English: On some issues of maintaining water quality and self-purification. - Water Resources. 2005, Vol. 32, No.3, p. 305-313. [Generalizations presented in this paper represent, in systematized form, the basic elements of the qualitative theory of water self-purification in freshwater and marine ecosystems. Recommendations are given for maintaining water quality and sustainable development of water resources. Results of experimental studies of the effect exerted by surfactant Triton X-100 and OMO synthetic detergent on mollusks Unio tumidus. Publisher: MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica distributed by Springer Science+Business Media LLC. ISSN 0097-8078 (Print) 1608-344X (Online). DOI 10.1007/s11268-005-0039-7. Translated from: Vodnye Resursy, Vol. 32, No. 3, 2005, pp. 337346]. About self-purification of aquatic ecosystems // Anthropogenic Influences on Aquatic Ecosysems. Moscow. KMK Press. 2005. p. 94-119. On the multifunctional role of the biota in the self-purification of aquatic ecosystems // Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 36, No. 6, 2005, p. 414420. [Principles of the theory of the ecological mechanism of water self-purification based on multiple functions of the biota in freshwater and marine ecosystems are formulated. In developing this theory, the results of the author's experiments with filter-feeders have been used. These results indicate that the water self-purification mechanism is vulnerable to the impact of some pollutants and, in particular, surfactants. Conclusions drawn on the basis of the theory have practical significance for biodiversity conservation and for the sustainable use of the biological resources of aquatic ecosystems. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 6, 2005, pp. 452459]. [In 2006, the paper was on the list of 5 Most Viewed Articles. Most viewed articles are the full-text articles from this journal that have been accessed most frequently within the last 90 days, according to the web page of the publisher. Publisher: MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica co-published with Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. ISSN 1067-4136 (Paper); ISSN 1608-3334 (Online)]. DOI 10.1007/s11184-005-0095-x. On the effects of surfactants on the filtering activity of marine bivalves in connection with some aspects of water self-purification. - Ecological Chemistry (Petersburg). 2005, v.14 (3), p.181-192. Bibliogr. 95 refs. Abstracts in English and Russian. [the concentrations were found of the salts of Cd, Cu, Pb, and also the concentrations of surfactants and detergents that inhibited filtration by Mytilus and Crassostrea gigas]; [publisher: Thesa; ISSN 0869-3498]. The role of aquatic biota in the mechanism of the ecosystem that form water quality: a central, labile and vulnerable component of the water self-purification system // Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (= ) 2005. No.4 (28), p. 46-52. Bibliogr. 17 refs. The author analyzed the sensitivity to chemical pollution of the biotic
subsystem of the system of self-purification of water. Main groups of aquatic organisms contribute to the functioning of the system of self-purification; some components of the the system are sensitive to contaminants, which was shown by us using some specific examples. The author proposed a conceptual interpretation of the totality of aquatic organisms considered

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in aggregate (the aquatic biota) as a central, labile and vulnerable component of the system of self-purification of water in aquatic ecosystems. This concept leads to some substantial changes in the hierarchy of priorities for protection of biodiversity and environment.

About the role of biota in forming the geochemical environment: apparatus of the biosphere. - Topical Problems of Geochemical Ecology: Materials of the Fifth International Biogeochemical School. Semipalatinsk State Pedagogical Institute, 8-11th September 2005, Semipalatinsk. 2005. P. 30-38. Table. Bibliogr. 21 refs. Biochemical ecology and hydrobiology: a contribution to sustainable use of bioresources and development of economy. In: Proceedings of the section "Noospheric Knowledge and Technology". Moscow. The Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. 2005. P. 224-230. Bibliogr. 19 refs. Biomachinery for maintaining water quality and natural water self-purification in marine and estuarine systems: elements of a qualitative theory // International Journal of Oceans and Oceanography. 2006. Volume 1, No.1. P. 111-118 [ISSN 0973-2667]. Basic elements are formulated for a qualitative theory of the polyfunctional role of the biota in maintaining self-purification and water quality in aquatic ecosystems. The elements of the theory covers the following: (1) sources of energy for the mechanisms of selfpurification; (2) the main functional blocks of the system of self-purification; (3) the list of the main processes that are involved; (4) analysis of the degree of participation of the main large taxons; (5) degree of reliability and the main mechanisms providing the reliability; (6) regulation of the processes; (7) the response of the system towards the external influences (man-made impacts); (8) the analogy between ecosystems and a bioreactor; and (9) conclusions relevant to the practice of biodiversity conservation. In support of the theory, the results are given of the author's experiments which demonstrated the ability of some pollutants (surfactants, detergents, and some others) to inhibit the water filtration activity of marine filter-feeders (namely, the bivalve mollusks Mytilus galloprovincialis, Mytilus edulis, and Crassostrea gigas). Recent data on bioeffects of surfactants: addendum to the English edition. In: Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. 2006. p. 245-253. On concepts of biochemical ecology and hydrobiology: ecological chemomediators. Siberian Ecological Journal (Sib. Ekol. Zhurnal). 2006. - 13, No.1. - P. 73-82. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 32 refs. [ = Siberian Journal of Ecology = Sibirskiy ekologicheskiy zhurnal; ISSN 0869-8619; http://www.sibran.ru/English/SECJE.HTM ]. Inhibition of mussel suspension feeding by surfactants of three classes. - Hydrobiologia. 2006. Vol. 556, No. 1. Pages: 381 386. [In collaboration: S.A.O., J. Widdows]. Effects of three surfactants on the filtration rates by marine mussels were studied. The xenobiotics tested represented anionic, cationic and non-ionic surfactants (tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide, a representative of a class of cationic surfactants; sodium dodecyl sulphate, a representative of anionic alkyl sulfates; and Triton X-100, a representative of non-ionic hydroxyethylated alkyl phenols). All three surfactants inhibited the clearance rates. The significance of the results for the ecology of marine ecosystems is discussed. DOI 10.1007/s10750-005-1200-7; http://sites.google.com/site/3surfactantsfiltrationmytilus/; http://scipeople.ru/uploads/materials/4389/_Hydrobiologia2006%20vol %20556%20No.1%20pages381-386.pdf; http://sites.google.com/site/ostroumovsergei/publications-1/hydrobiologia2006ostwidd; 52

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http://www.springerlink.com/content/7166067538534421/; http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/; Bioeffects of sodium dodecylsulphate on aquatic macrophytes. - Water Sector of Russia: Problems, Technologies, Management (=Vodnoe Khozyaistvo Rossii). 2006. V.6. No.6. P.32-39, tabl. Bibliogr. 11 refs. [In collaboration: E.A.Solomonova, S.A.O.]. The study of the effects of the single and recurrent additions of SDS on Elodea canadensis, Potamogeton crispus, Fontinalis antipyretica, Salvinia natans, Salvinia auriculata, Najas guadelupensis. Polyfunctional role of biota in migration of chemical elements and formation of the geochemical environment: towards development of the theory of the apparatus of the biosphere. - Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2006. V.1 (1). P. 24-31. able. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 27 refs. [A fundamentally new typology and conceptualization is proposed to describe the pathways of chemical elements migrating in the biosphere, with special attention to stochastic and vectorial, as well as cyclic and noncyclic pathways. A new analysis is given of the role of biota in the regulation and stabilization of some parameters of the biosphere, geophysical and geochemical processes and, as a result, in the preventing the extreme weather events and global change of the climate system. Fundamental generalizations are formulated on alternatives and regulation in patterns of migrations of chemical elements. The shortlist of the six most important functions of biota in doing so is formulated and commented]. On biotic purification of water and ecological reparation. - Siberian Ecological Journal. 2006. No. 3, p. 339-343. 3 Tables. Abstract in English. Bibliogr. 15 refs. [ = Siberian Journal of Ecology = Sibirskiy ekologicheskiy zhurnal; ISSN 0869-8619; http://www.sibran.ru/English/SECJE.HTM ] New experimental results have been obtained which demonstrate that one of the most important processes of reparation at the ecological level (restoration of water quality in the course of elimination of suspension from water by hydrobionts) is inhibited by the pollutant (xenobiotic); this points to an element of analogy to reparation processes at the genetic level which can also be disturbed by xenobiotics and are characterized by some different properties analogous to those of ecological reparation. Xenobiotics that displayed a negative influence on the processes important for ecological reparation of water quality included various surfactants, detergents, heavy metals etc. For the first time, new experimental data on the effect of tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide on marine mussels (Mytilus edulis / M. galloprovincialis) are presented. Liquid detergent 'Krasnaya Liniya' inhibits the filtering activity of Mytilus galloprovincialis. Toxicological Bulletin (Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik). 2006. 3. p. 42-43. Table. Bibliogr. 9 refs. Studies of the phytoremediation potential of aquatic plants. Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (Kiev). 2006. No. 6 (36). P. 63-68. Tables. Bibliogr. 22 refs. Abstracts in Eng. and Ukrainian [S.A.O., E.A. Solomonova] [The results are presented of the studies of effects of sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) on the following species of aquatic plants: Elodea canadensis Mchk., Potamogeton crispus L., Najas guadelupensis L., Fontinalis antipyretica L., Salvinia natans L., Salvinia auriculata Aubl.]. A new class of molecules that regulate the bioenergetics of the 53

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biosphere: ecological chemoregulators. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, Vol. 11, p.15-16. Bibliogr. 4 refs. Chemical contamination with oil hydrocarbons inhibits the process of water filtration by Mytilus galloprovincialis. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, Vol. 11, p.16-17. Developing the conceptual apparatus in the area of biochemical ecology (and chemical communication). Seeking and developing adequate terminology. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, v. 11, p.17. Bibliogr. 6 refs. Biological and hydrobiological factors to prevent extreme weather events and catastrophic climate changes: lessons from Hurricane Katrina. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, v. 11, p.18-22. Bibliogr. 4 refs. New scientific revolution in ecology and hydrobiology: hi-ecological technologies. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, v. 11, p. 22-24. Bibliogr. 12 refs. [The examples are given of 3 important advances that were recently made in ecology and environmental science, and 3 examples of practical usage of new ecological knowledge, including phytoremediation, and preventing global change and ecoterrorism]. (D:\conferences my sessions\_2005sess conf.doc\Abstracts in Eng\My abstracts\New scientific revolution.doc). Fundamental principles and priorities for restoring water streams: from ecological considerations to practical work. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, v. 11, p. 24-25. Bibliogr. 6 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Bloesch J., Wehrli B., McCutcheon S., Mamatkulov H. A.]. Phytoremediation of perchlorate using aquatic plant Myriophyllum aquaticum. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, v. 11, p. 25-27. 2 tables. Bibliogr. 3 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., D. Yifru, V. Nzengung, S. McCutcheon]. Results of experimental studies of interactions between chemical pollutants and organisms: new priorities and theory of biomachinery for water self-purification. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, v. 11, p. 2729. Bibliogr. 4 refs. Problems of ecological security of the sources of water supply. Ecological Systems and Devices. 2006. 5. P. 17-20. Abstracts in Rus. and Eng. Bibliogr. 14 refs. Ecological-hydrobiological system of water self-purification in natural aquatic ecosystems: developing the theory of the polyfunctional cental role of biota. Ecological Systems and Devices. 2006. 7. P. 33-38. Tabl. Abstracts in Rus. and Eng. Bibliogr. 41 refs. [A short review of the main physical, chemical and biological processes that contribute to water self-purification in natural aquatic bodies and streams is presented. The polyfunctional central role of aquatic organisms in the system of the processes of water self-purification is demonstrated]. 54

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Main functional components and energy sources of the biotic mechanisms of water self-purification in ecosystems. Ecological Systems and Devices. 2006. 7. P. 19-24. 3 tables. Abstracts in Rus. and Eng. Bibliogr. 21 refs. [The main functional components and energy sources of the biotic mechanisms of water self-purification in water bodies and streams are analyzed. New steps in conceptualization of the mechanisms are made. According to the concept proposed, the functional components of the system for self-purification include subsystems that function as filters, pumps, mills, sorbents and other important elements of the biomachinery for natural water remediation in aquatic ecosystems. Quantitative parameters are given]. Scientific and Educational Activity at the Department of Hydrobiology of Moscow State University. Moscow. MAX Press. 2006. 8 p. Bibliogr. 25 refs. [A short summary of the main directions of scientific research and educational activity at the Department of Hydrobiology (aquatic ecology) of the Faculty of Biology of Moscow State University. The department was organized in 1924 by Professor Sergei Alexeevich Zernov (1881-1945, Academician since 1931). Important aspects are underlined of how scientific knowledge is applied to practical issues of sustainable development and ecological security. In addendum, some examples of publications of professors and scientists of the Department of Hydrobiology are given]. Ecological bioengineering: creating (restoration) and maintenance of aquatic ecosystems with determined parameters. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 51-55. Bibliogr. 11 refs. [In collaboration: Krivitsky S.V., S.A.O.] Ecological bioengineering: ecological biorehabilitation of water bodies. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 55-60. Bibliogr. 5 refs. [In collaboration: Krivitsky S.V., S.A.O.] Model ecosystem under the conditions of recurrent (reiterated) additions of a xenobiotic or pollutant: an innovative method for studying tolerance, the assimilation capacity of the system, the maximal allowed discharge (load) of pollutants, and the phytoremediation potential. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 72-74. Bibliogr. 5 refs. Algorithm of managerial and judicial preparation to increasing the potential of a scientific team relevant to commercialization of the objects of intellectual property law. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 74-75 [In collaboration: S.A.O., O.B. Vasilieva, V.V. Gubanov]. Some priorities in marine biological and ecological research. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 75-76. Bibliogr. 14 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Gaevskaya A.V., Eremeev V.N., Zaika V.E., Mironov O.G., Tokarev Yu.N., Shulman G.E.]

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On the role of mollusks in biogenic migration of elements and water self-purification. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 77-79, tabl. Bibliogr. 5 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Ermakov V.V., Zubkova E.I., Kolesnikov M.P., Kolotilova N.N., Krupina M.V.] Data base for developing a statistical model of evaluating the role of mollusks in biogenic migration of metals: a fundamental concept and development of elements of theoretical foundations. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 79-83, tabl. Bibliogr. 6 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Ermakov V.V., Zubkova E.I., Kolesnikov M.P., Kolotilova N.N., Krupina M.V., Likhacheva N.E.]. On the contribution of Mytilus galloprovincialis to the vertical transfer of matter from the upper part of the water column to the bottom part. Disturbance of the transfer under the effect of mercury. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 83-85, tabl. Bibliogr. 1 ref. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Soldatov ..]. Study of tolerance of the macrophyte under effect of sodium dodecyl sulphate under conditions of recurrent additions during over two months' period . Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 86 - 87, table. Bibliogr. 3 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Solomonova ..]. Development of phytotechnologies for decreasing aquatic pollution. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 94 - 99, 6 tabl. Bibliogr. 9 refs. [In collaboration: Solomonova .., S.A.O.]. Effects of Hg on organisms of animals. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 106 113. Bibliogr. 26 refs. [1. Introduction. 2. Disturbance of the filtering activity of marine mussels and inhibition of the removal of algae from water. 3. Absence of rehabilitation of marine mussels after their transfer from water which was polluted with Hg, to the clean water. The chemical studied: HgSO4]. Interactions between Sn and Mytilus galloprovincialis. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 113 - 117. Tabl. [SnCl2 2H2O at concentrations of 5 15 mg/L did not inhibited water filtering by mussels. SnCl2 2H2O at a concentrations of 130 mg/L did not stop water filtering. Co-precipitation of the contaminant with the pellets was observed]. The liquid detergent, Krasnaya Liniya, inhibited water filtration by Mytilus galloprovincialis. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 117- 119. Bibliogr. 8 refs. [The concentration of 0.5 mL/L inhibited water filtration and the removal of algae Monochrysis lutheri from the water]. Development of the conceptual apparatus in the area of biochemical ecology and chemical communication. Search for adequate terminology. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 119120. Bibliogr. 9 refs. [Additional arguments in support of the terms introduced by the author: ecological chemomediators, ecological chemoregulators, ecological chemoeffectors].

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Water self-purification in freshwater and marine ecosystems. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 121-130. [1. Three concepts of water self-purificaiton. 2. New ecological parameter: the potential for the conditioning of the environment. 3. Biotic selfpurificaiton of water factor for health of the ecosystem and man. 4. Five fundamental functions of biota in water self-purification: energetic, catalytic, sequestration, export, and integrational]. On studying the mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis. Additional data on a new morphometric parameter of ecological interest. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 130-132. Bibliogr. 7 refs. [The specific volume of the sample of mussels was 0.9159 m3/g]. Ecosystem as a transformer: a new element in the understanding the fundamental essence of the ecosystem. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 132-135. Bibliogr. 14 refs. [A new postulate: ecosystem to a degree is similar to a transformer, and 4 consequenses of the postulate]. Issues of ecological stability. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p.135-146. [6 types of ecological stability, nanostructures of the apparatus of the biosphere as factors of ecological stability, 16 functions of filter-feeders that are important to ecological stability, the theory of disturbances of ecological mechanisms of the second type, a new type of man-made impact: inhibition of ecological repair, ecological taxation as part of the functioning of ecosystems, theory of disturbances of biota of ecosystems and two fundamental types of the disturbances]. Ecological security and prevention of ecological terrorism. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, . 146-151. [Conceptual typology of the main countermeasures to prevent ecological terrorism]. Ecological apoptosis: activity of heterotrophs contributes to apoptosis at the ecosystemic (coenotic) level. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 152-154. Bibliogr. 6 refs. Ecological biochemistry of animals: new ecological functions of vitamins and elements of mineral nutrition as ecological chemoregulators and chemomediators. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p.154-155. Bibliogr. 4 refs. Application of ecological biochemistry to fundamental issues of biology: the biosphere as ecological-biochemical continuum. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 156-157. Bibliogr. 18 refs. Conceptualization of the data base of high ecological technologies, ecological and hydrobiological achievements that have innovative and marketing potential, and are of value for application: intellectual interface between science and practice. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p.158. Elements of the theory of the molecular-ecological mechanism of water quality formation and water self-purification. Siberian Ecological 57

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Journal. 2006. No. 6, p. 699-706, tab. Summary in Rus. and English. Bibliogr. 29 refs. [ = Siberian Journal of Ecology = Sibirskiy ekologicheskiy zhurnal; ISSN 0869-8619; http://www.sibran.ru/English/SECJE.HTM ]. Translated into English: Ostroumov S. A. Basics of the molecular-ecological mechanism of water quality formation and water self-purification. - Contemporary Problems of Ecology, 2008 (Feb), Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 147-152. [MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica distributed by Springer Science+Business Media LLC; ISSN 1995-4255 (Print) 1995-4263 (Online); DOI 10.1134/S1995425508010177; http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/; Original Russian Text: published in Sibirskii Ekologicheskii Zhurnal, 2006, Vol. 13, No. 6, pp. 699706]. The paper formulates some basics of the modern ecological theory of the polyfunctional role of biota in the molecular-ecological mechanism of water quality formation and selfpurification of aquatic ecosystems. The theory covers the following items: (1) sources of energy for self-purification mechanisms, (2) the main structural and functional units of the self-purification system, (3) the main processes involved in the system, (4) contributions of major taxa to self-purification, (5) self-purification system reliability and supporting mechanisms, (6) the response of some components of the self-purification system to external factors, (7) particulars of the operation of water purification mechanisms, and (8) conclusions and recommendations for biodiversity preservation practice. Surfactants, detergents, salts of Cd, Cu, Pb, Hg, Co, Ti, V (Na 3VO4 12 H2O), and oil hydrocarbons inhibited water filtration by bivalves, mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis. https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html? key=e533be77c87735c6dcc5cfdb9db96cec; www.springerlink.com/index/E380263154U73045.pdf; http://sites.google.com/site/bioticupgradewaterquality2008/; http://scipeople.com/uploads/materials/4389/CPEC2008BasicsMolEcol.Mech.WaterQuali (0147.pdf; Sodium dodecyl sulphate: impact on aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L. / / Toxicological Bulletin [Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik]. 2006. Number 6, p.24-26. [coauthors: S.A.O., Solomonova E.A.] [Effects of sodium dodecyl sulphate on aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L. Concentrations of 83-133 mg / L led to the process of fragmentation of the stems of plants.] http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/ Hydrobiological biomachinery for water self-purification: elements of theory. Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology, 2006, No. 2. P. 6-15. Tabl. 4. Bibliogr. 36 refs. Ostroumov S.A. Improving the knowledge of English towards professional use. Curriculum of a lecture course. Moscow. MAX Press. 2006. 5 p. The aim of the program is to help to those who have some basic knowledge of English and who want to improve their knowledge. Some of more difficult aspects of English are included. The detailed bibliography also may provide some help to those who want to gain additional knowledge using books, dictionary and other published materials. (Series: Science. Education. Innovations, Issue 6; . . . 6). Bibliogr. 29 refs. http://scipeople.com/publication/68767/

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Hydrobiological self-purification of water: from studies of biological mechanisms to search of ecotechnologies. oscow: Publishers Oil and Gas of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gaz, 2007. 53 p., portr.). . (. 6-9). (.4344). . , 1 2 714 200 2 718 200 . (. 47, ). Role of biofilters in self-purification of aquatic ecosystems. - Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2007. v. 1(3). P. 98-117. 6 Tables. Bibliogr. 217 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Walz N.]. Approaches to purification and remediation of aquatic bodies (phytoremediation, bioremediation, zooremediation) in connection with the theory of polyfunctional role of biota in water self-purification. Water: Technology and Ecology. 2007. No. 2. p. 4969. Bibliogr. 53 ref. [For the first time introduced the term and concept of zooremediation. The paper considers the basic types of phytoremediation and presents new data on the allowable loads of sodium dodecyl sulfate on the systems with macrophytes Elodea canadensis, Potamogeton crispus, Najas guadelupensis (over 120 mg / l for 168 days) and other species. A theory of self-purification of water as a basis for eco-and phytotechnologies]. Zink in aquatic mollusks. - Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Life Sciences (Buletinul Academiei de Stiinte a Moldovei. Stiintele Vietii). 2007. 2 (302), p. 102-114, 3 tables. Bibliogr. 40 refs. Abstracts in English (p. 177) and Rus. (p.184). ISSN 1857-064X. [Co-authors: Toderas I.Ch., S.A.O., Zubcova E.I., Chernysheva I.V., Krupina M.V., Mikous A.A., Railean N.C., Breahna A.I., Miron A.A., Churisca V.V., Munjiu O.V.]; [The data of the international literature on Zn in soft tissues and shells of marine and freshwater mollusks are summarized. New original data on Zn in mollusks of aquatic systems of Moldova and the River Don are presented]. Studying the concentrations of mercury in bivalves.- Ecology of evironment and safety of life activity. [= Ecology of surroundings and safety of vital activity] 2007, No.5. p.79-80. 2 tables. Bibliogr. 6 refs. [Co-authors: S.A.O., Khushvakhtova S.D., Danilova V.N., Ermakov V.V.] The average concentration of mercury in the soft tissues of freshwater bivalves Unio pictorum from a river (the Moscow region) was 181.2 ng/g (dry weight), in the shells 160.0 ng/g. The concentration of Hg of the same order of magnitude was found in bivalves from some (but not all) marine ecosystems. [ http://eko.org.ua/en/magazine/5-2007/]. Biotic self-purification of aquatic ecosystems: from the theory to ecotechnologies. Ecologica International, 2007. Vol. 15(50), p.15-23. Bibliogr. 21 refs. (ISSN 0354-3285; Belgrade); [without coauthors]. Some basic elements of a new theory for the biological mechanism for water self-purification are presented. Hydrobionts (aquatic organisms) are actively involved in various processes leading to water purification. Not only microorganisms (bacteria, cyanobacteria and fungi), but also algae, plants, invertebrates, and many other groups of organisms are involved, which is discussed and analyzed in the paper. Results of the author's experiments that study the effects of various pollutants on aquatic organisms (freshwater and marine bivalves) are given. The theory is an innovative 59

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basis for developing ecological technologies to clean water and to upgrade its quality by using organisms and ecosystems [http://scindeks.nb.rs/article.aspx?artid=035432850750015O]. Interaction of copper with aquatic organisms in context of ecological monitoring and the role of aquatic organisms in biogeochemical fluxes. Water: Technology and Ecology. 2007. No. 4. p. 54-68. Tabl. 6. Bibliogr. 49 refs. Abstracts in Russ. and Eng. p.83. ISSN 1993-8764; [co-authors: S.A.O., Zubcov E.I., Krupina M.V., Mikus A.A., Toderas I.K.] Studying the interaction between cadmium and aquatic molluscs in connection with ecological monitoring. Water: Technology and Ecology. 2007. No. 3. p. 68-77. Tables, Bibliogr. 41 refs. (in Rus.) Abstracts in Eng. and Rus. p. 95 [co-authors: S.A.O., Mikus A.A.] Studies of the tolerance of aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L. to sodium dodecylsulphate. - Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Ser. 16. Biology. 2007. No.4. p.39-42. Bibliogr. 14 refs. (Coauthors: Solomonova E.A., and S.A.O.) [Effects of the anionic surfactant, sodium dodecylsulphate, on the aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L. were studied. The concentrations 83-133 mg/l induced fragmentation of the stems of the plants. The tolerance of the plants to the negative effects of the surfactant was higher in spring (April) than in autumn (September)]. Translated into English: Solomonova E.A., S.A. Ostroumov. Tolerance of an aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L. to sodium dodecyl sulphate. - Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin [ISSN 0096-3925 (Print) 1934-791X (Online)]). 2007. Volume 62, Number 4. p. 176-179. DOI 10.3103/S0096392507040074. [publisher: Allerton Press, Inc. distributed exclusively by Springer Science+Business Media LLC]. The effects of the anionic surfactant sodium dodecyl suplphate on the aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L. are studied. Concentrations of 83133 mg/l caused fragmentation of the stems of plants. The tolerance of the plants to the negative effects of the surfactant was higher in the spring (April) than in the autumn (September). Original Russian Text E.A. Solomonova, S.A. Ostroumov, 2007, published in Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Biologiya, 2007, No. 4, pp. 3942. Studying phytoremediation potential of three species of macrophytes: interaction with sodium dodecyl sulphate // Ecological Systems and Devices ( ), 2007, No. 5 (May), p.20-22. [co-authors: S.A.O., and E.A.Solomonova]. Synthetic detergent Aist-Universal: impact on Fontinalis antipyretica Hedw. // Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik. 2007. Number 1, p. 40-41. [co-authors: S.A.O., and Solomonova E.A.]. http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/ Synthetic detergent Aist-Universal: effects on seed germination and seedling elongation of buckwheat Fagopyrum esculentum. Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik. 2007, 5, p. 4243. Bibliogr. 5 refs., Tab. [together: S.A.O., and Solomonova E.A.] In the aquatic medium containing the laundry detergent Aist-Universal 0.06 mg / ml, the new parameter, the average arbitrary length of seedlings decreased by the factor of 4. Vorozhun I.M., Ostroumov S.A. Studying the hazards of chemical pollution of water: effects of a surfactant on filtering activity of zooplankton. Water Management of Russia. 2008. 3. P.41-45. Table. Bibliogr. 15 refs. [SDS 0.1 -10 mg/L inhibited the removal by Daphnia magna of the cells of algae Chlorella from aquatic medium]). On the concepts of biochemical ecology and hydrobiology: ecological chemomediators.-Contemporary Problems of Ecology, 2008, Volume 1 60

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(2): 238-244 [ Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2008. distributed by Springer Science+Business Media LLC.] ISSN 1995-4255 (Print) 1995-4263 (Online)] http://www.springerlink.com/content/e58651u631313465; DOI 10.1134/S1995425508020100. Original Russian Text S.A. Ostroumov, 2006, published in Sibirskii Ekologicheskii Zhurnal, 2006, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 7382. Abstract: Earlier, the author published two books (including 'Introduction to Biochemical Ecology', 1986) and some papers, in which he described conceptual foundations of new scientific disciplines biochemical ecology and biochemical hydrobiology. These trends in research include studies of the role of chemical substances in interorganismal interactions, in communication and regulation of supraorganismal systems. Another part of biochemical ecology concerns studies of the fate and transformation of external chemical substances when they interact with the organisms. Both natural and man-made compounds are interesting for biochemical ecology. The basic concepts of biochemical ecology include ecological chemomediators and ecological chemoregulators. They were suggested by S.A. Ostroumov and since then, they have already been included in the body of modern concepts and are used in modern ecological literature. Application of biochemical ecology to aquatic ecosystems creates the basis for development of biochemical hydrobiology. The full text see at: http://scipeople.com/users/2943391/. Surface tension of aquatic solutions of sodium dodecylsulphate in presence of aquatic plants/ - Water: technology and ecology. 2008. No. 3, p.57-60. Table. Bibliogr. 8 refs. Abstracts in English and Rus. on p.77-78. [coauthors: S.A.O., Lazareva E.V.]. Lazarev E.V., S.A. Ostroumov. Impact of macrophytes on the surface tension of aqueous solutions of sodium dodecyl sulphate: the search for remediation phytotechnology / / Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology, 2008, 3 (7), P.75-77. Tab. Bibliogr. 6 refs. Abstract in English. [coauthors: Lazareva E.V., S.A.O.] [Using the method of measuring surface tension (Wilhelmy plate), it was shown that in the presence of macrophytes OST-1, the removal/disappearance of surfactant sodium dodecyl sulphate from the water accelerates] . Effects of a surfactant on macrophytes Potamogeton crispus L. under conditions of microcosms. Chemical and Biological Safety (Khimicheskaya i biologicheskaya bezopasnost) 2008. 3-4. p.14-18. 3 tables. Bibliogr. 23 refs. [S.A.O., E.A.Solomonova]. Elements of the theory of biocontrol of water quality: a factor in the ecological safety of the sources of water [=Elements of the theory of biocontrol of water quality: the factor in the ecological safety of the sources of water]. Chemical and Biological Safety (Khimicheskaya i biologicheskaya bezopasnost) 2008. No. 5-6. p.36-39. Bibliogr. 22 refs. [http://www.cbsafety.ru/rus/saf_41_3.asp]. A new theory for the biomechanisms for water self-purification is presented in the authors book Aquatic Organisms in Water Self-Purification and Biogenic Migration of Elements (2008, 200 p.). Hydrobionts (aquatic organisms) are actively involved in various processes leading to water purification. Almost all main groups of organisms are involved, which is discussed and analyzed in the paper. In the theory, the results of the author's experiments on the effects of various pollutants on aquatic organisms were used. The theory is an innovative basis 61

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for new ecological technologies to clean water and to upgrade its quality by using aquatic organisms. New fundamental concepts were introduced and discussed, including the concepts and terms: biomachinery, exometabolism, ecological chemoregulators, ecological chemomediators, macrosymbiotic system and others. The new authorss results on the surfactant-induced inhibition of water filtration by bivalves were recognized as a scientific discovery. As a result, the author was awarded Diploma for Scientific Discovery No. 274. The theory is a contribution to the scientific basis for environmental safety of the aquatic ecosystems (aquatic bodies and streams) that serve as sources of water supply. Vorozhun I. M., S. A. Ostroumov. Studies of pollutants of the aquatic medium: effects of sodium dodecyl sulfate on the filtering activity of Daphnia magna // Ecological Chemistry ( = Ekologicheskaja himija). 2008, v.17, No. 4, p. 215-217. S.A.Ostroumov, E.I.Zubcov, A.A.Krupina, A.A.Mikus, O.V. Munjiu, I.K.Toderas On biota-dependent migration of copper in aquatic ecosystems (= ) // Issues of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology (= ), 2008, No. 1(5) p.39-53. Ostroumov S.A., Khushvakhtova S.D., Danilova V.N., Ermakov V.V. Mercury in the bivalves // Environmental Chemistry (Ekologicheskaya Khimiya). 2008, v. 17, No. 2, p.84-87. (in Russ.) Ostroumov S.A. Ecological repair and restoration of infringements in systems of various levels of organization of life: search of elements of fundamental similarity // Samarskaya Luka. 2008. V. 17, No. 4(26). p. 708-717. http://scipeople.com/publication/66657/; Bibliogr. 18 refs. New experimental data were obtained that show that one of the most important processes of ecological repair of water quality (the process of removal of suspended matter by aquatic organisms) is inhibited by a pollutant (a xenobiotic), which points to some similarity or analogy with the processes of DNA repair; the latter can also be inhibited by some xenobiotics and have some other attributes (a decrease in entropy etc.) that are analogous to those of ecological repair. The xenobiotics that produced those negative effects on the processes of the ecological repair of water quality included various surfactants, detergents, and metals. New experimental data on the effects of tetradecyltrimethyl ammonium bromide on marine mussels are presented (in Rus.). http://www.ssc.smr.ru/media/journals/samluka/2008/17_4_01.pdf; Ostroumov S.A., Danilova V.N., Khushvakhtova S.D., Ermakov V.V. Mercury in the soft tissues and shells of bivalve mollusks // Toxicological Bulletin (Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik). 2009. No. 1. p.45-46. (in Russ.) Vorozhun I. M., S. A. Ostroumov. On studying the hazards of pollution of the biosphere: effects of sodium dodecylsulfate (SDS) on planktonic filter-feeders // Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2009, Vol. 425, No. 2, pp. 271272. Tables. Bibliogr. 15 refs. [Presented by Academician M.A. Fedonkin June 26, 2008; Received July 1, 2008]. Translated into English: Vorozhun I. M., S. A. Ostroumov. On studying the hazards of pollution of the biosphere: effects of sodium dodecylsulfate (SDS) on planktonic filter-feeders. - Doklady Biological Sciences, 2009, Vol. 425, pp. 133134. Tables. Bibliogr. 15 refs. [ISSN 0012-4966. DOI: 62

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10.1134/S0012496609020136; http://www.springerlink.com/content/p7754h672w814m30/; original Russian text: I.M. Vorozhun, S.A. Ostroumov, 2009, published in Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2009, Vol. 425, No. 2, pp. 271272]. The goal of this study was to test whether SDS has an inhibitory effect on the ability of the planktonic filter-feeder Daphnia magna to remove phytoplankton from water during their filtration activity. Daphnia were kept under laboratory conditions in vessels and fed with phytoplankton: green algae Scenedesmus quadricauda (Turp.) Breb.). After filtration for 624 h in the presence of SDS at concentrations 5 and 10 mg/l, the abundance of S. quadricauda cells in water was higher than in the control. At the lower SDS concentrations (0.1, 0.5, and 1 mg/l), differences in the abundance of algal cells relative to the control were observed after 3 h of incubation and disappeared after 624 h of incubation. The calculation of the mean rate of algae removal by daphnia showed that this parameter decreased within the first 3 h after the beginning of incubation in the presence of SDS. Thus, the results of our experiments demonstrated that SDS decreases the rate of water filtration by the planktonic crustaceans D. magna. Lazareva E.V., S.A. Ostroumov. Accelerated decrease in surfactant concentration in the water of a microcosm in the presence of plants: innovations for phytotechnology // Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2009, Vol. 425, No. 6, pp. 843845. Tables. Bibliogr. 15 refs. Translated into Eng.: Lazareva E. V., S. A. Ostroumov Accelerated decrease in surfactant concentration in the water of a microcosm in the presence of plants: innovations for phytotechnology. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2009, Vol. 425, pp. 180182. Tables. Bibliogr. 15 refs. [Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.; ISSN 0012-4966; Presented by Academician G.V. Dobrovolsky September 26, 2008; DOI: 10.1134/S0012496609020276; original Russian text: E.V. Lazareva, S.A. Ostroumov, 2009, published in Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2009, Vol. 425, No. 6, pp. 843845]. It was discovered that plant biomass help towards restoration the water quality in the system which was polluted with a synthetic surfactant. Addition of sodium dodecylsulphate (SDS) to water rapidly changed the surface tension of water in the microcosm. The measurements demonstrated that the surface tension of water in the microcosm with the macrophyte OST1 restored to the level which was close to that of pure water within less than three days. As soon as after 46-h incubation of the system containing the plant phytomass, the surface tension increased significantly and reached that of distilled water. In the variants with water without plant phytomass, restoration of the normal surface tension was much longer (about 17 days). The results demonstrated an accelerated restoration of the normal surface tension which was typical of pure water in those systems that contained SDS in the presence of the phytomass of the macrophyte OST1. This is consistent with the conclusion that the macrophyte accelerates the disappearance of the surfactant from water. Solomonova E.A., Ostroumov S.A. Effects of sodium dodecyl sulphate on the biomass of macrophytes Najas guadelupensis L. / / Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik. 2009. Number 2. P.32-35. Bibliogr. 10 refs. Microcosms with the macrophytes were studied in laboratory experiments. The effects of sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) on macrophytes were studied . The survival and weight of the biomass of macrophytes in a prolonged incubation were recorded. SDS was added in the form of repeated (recurrent) additions. The increase in the amount of SDS after each addition was: 0,5, 0,8, 1,7, 8,3, 16,7, 50,0 and 100,0 mg in 1 dm3. Duration of survival of plants decreased with increasing amount

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of SDS in one addition. If the amount of SDS (after a single addition) increased 200 times (from 0.5 to 100 mg / l), the period of survival decreased 53-fold (from 372 up to 7 days). In the presence of SDS, a decrease in macrophyte biomass was observed. The degree of the reduction of biomass depended on the total amount of SDS added to the microcosms. Ostroumov S.A., Kolesov G.M., Sapozhnikov D.Yu. The content of chemical elements in the shells of molluscs Viviparus viviparus: a study by the neutron activation method of analysis // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2009. v. 13, p. 113-117. Vorozhun I.M., Ostroumov S.A. Sodium dodecyl sulphate: impact on Daphnia // Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik. 2009. No. 1. p.46-48. Bibliogr. 14 refs. [It was discovered that sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) had an inhibitory effect on the filtration activity of the common species of filter- feeders Daphnia magna]. Effects of macrophytes on the surface tension of water solution of sodium dodecyl sulphate: searching phytotechnologies for water treatment. Ecological Chemistry ( Ekologicheskaya Khimiya = , .-). 2009. 18(1): 4145. [coauthors: Ostroumov S.A., Lasareva E. V., Solomonova E.A.], in Russ. New scientific disciplines in the system of ecological and biospheric sciences: biochemical ecology and biochemical hydrobiology) // Ecological Chemistry (Ekologicheskaya Khimiya = ). 2009. Vol.18, No. 2, p. 102110. Bibliogr. 36 refs. Effects of the synthetic surfactants and chemical mixtures on marine mollusks used in aquaculture]. - Fisheries Management. [Rybnoe Khozyaistvo = ] 2009. No. 3. p.92-94. Tabl. 3. Bibliogr. 20 refs. [effects of TDTMA and SDS on Crassostrea gigas; also, effects of detergents on C. gigas and M. galloprovicialis]. Ostroumov S.A., Kolesov G.M. The determination of gold and other chemical elements in the constituents of the aquatic ecosystems by neutron activation // Water: Technology and Ecology. 2009. No.2. p. 62 68. Tabl. 4. Bibliogr.: 16 refs. Using the method of neutron activation the concentrations of Au, Hf and Cs were determined for the first time in biogenic detritus formed during seven months in freshwater microcosms containing organisms Viviparus viviparus, Unio pictorum, Ceratophyllum demersum. Measured concentrations of gold in biogenic detritus were as high as 25 270 ng/g (for detritus dry weight), average concentration being as high as 147.5 ng/g. Average concentration of Hf and Cs in biogenic detritus were of one order higher. Obtained data supplement and confirm the concept of polyfunctional role of biota in aquatic ecosystems (Ostroumov S.A., Doklady Academy of Sciences, 2004. V. 396, P.136141). Key words: aquatic ecosystems, detritus, shellfish, bivalves, xenobiotics, pollutants, pollution, water quality, freshwater objects, inhibitory effects, sublethal concentrations, Lymnaea stagnalis, Au, Viviparus viviparus, Unio pictorum, Ceratophyllum demersum. Ecological Ethics. In: Terminological Dictionary (Thesaurus). Humanities-Oriented Biology. Moscow University Press. Moscow. 2009. p. 278-283. ISBN 978-5-211-053601. Conservation of biodiversity. In: Terminological Dictionary (Thesaurus). HumanitiesOriented Biology. Moscow University Press. Moscow. 2009. p. 206-221. ISBN 978-5211-05360-1. [Book] Gusev M.V., Oleskin A.V., Kartasheva E.R., Kirovskaya T.A., Ostroumov S.A., Botvinko I.V., Lukyanov A.S., Kaganova Z.V., Yudin

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B.G., Shulga E.N., Sedov A.E. Terminological Dictionary (Thesaurus). Humanities-Oriented Biology [=Terminologicheskij Slovar' (Tezaurus). Gumanitarnaya Biologiya]. Moscow University Press. Moscow. 2009. 368 p. ISBN 978-5-211-05360-1. Bibliography including sites - p. 343363. English summary - p.364-366.] Ostroumov S.A. Biodiversity conservation. - In: Gusev M.V., Oleskin A.V., Kartasheva E.R., Kirovskaya T.A., Ostroumov S.A., Botvinko I.V., Lukyanov A.S., Kaganova Z.V., Yudin B.G., Shulga E.N., Sedov A.E. Terminological Dictionary (Thesaurus). Humanities-Oriented Biology [=Terminologicheskij Slovar' (Tezaurus). Gumanitarnaya Biologiya]. Moscow University Press. Moscow. 2009. p. 206-221. ISBN 978-5-21105360-1. Bibliography - p. 353. Bibliogr. 10 refs. Ostroumov S.A. Ecological (environmental) ethics. - In: Gusev M.V., Oleskin A.V., Kartasheva E.R., Kirovskaya T.A., Ostroumov S.A., Botvinko I.V., Lukyanov A.S., Kaganova Z.V., Yudin B.G., Shulga E.N., Sedov A.E. Terminological Dictionary (Thesaurus). Humanities-Oriented Biology [=Terminologicheskij Slovar' (Tezaurus). Gumanitarnaya Biologiya]. Moscow University Press. Moscow. 2009. p. 278-283. ISBN 978-5-211-05360-1. Bibliography - p. 358. Bibliogr. 7 refs. povtor nizhe Ostroumov S.A., Demina L.L. Ecological biogeochemistry and chemical elements (As, , Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Cd, Cr) in biogenic detritus in marine model ecosystem: measuring by the method of atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) // Ecological Systems and Devices [ = Ekologicheskie Sistemy i Pribory = ] 2009. 9, p. 42-45. Bibliogr. 20 refs. [The detritus that accumulated over > 10 months in the microcosms with Mytilus galloprovincialis contained As and metals. For the first time the concentrations of 9 elements in the detritus of this type was measured. Their concentrations were measured using atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). Their concentrations decreased in the order: Fe > Mn > Zn > Cu > As > Cr > Pb > Co > Cd. Also, concentrations of the same elements in Cystoseira crinita were measured. The concentrations decreased in the order: Fe > Zn > Mn > Cr > As > Cu > Pb > Cd > Co. The new data confirm the recent theory of the polyfunctional role of the biota in water quality control and water self-purification (Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2004, V.396. P.136-141; Ekologiya, No. 6, 2005, p. 452 459)]. Ostroumov S.A., Kolesov G.M., Moiseeva Yu.A. Studying of aquatic microcosms with mollusks and plants: chemical elements in detritus. Water: Chemistry and Ecology (=Voda: Khimiya I ekologiya = : ) 2009. 8, p. 18-24. Bibliogr. 36 refs. [The concentrations of some elements in the detritus accumulated over than 7 months in the microcosms with Viviparus viviparus, Unio pictorum, Ceratophyllum demersum were measured. Concentrations were determined using atomic absorption spectroscopy. The concentrations of elements decreased in the order: Ca > Zn > Ba> Na > Br > Ce > Se > Nd > La > U > Hf> Sb > Th > Sm > S> Cs > Yb >Eu > Au. The new data add some information to the modern vision of the polyfunctional role of the biota in the functioning of water systems. Key words: Aquatic ecosystems, detritus, shellfish, bivalves, water quality, freshwater objects, biogeochemistry, Viviparus viviparus, Unio pictorum, Ceratophyllum demersum].

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Ostroumov S.A., Shestakova T.V., Kotelevtsev S.V., Solomonova E.A., Golovnya E.G., Poklonov V.A. Presence of the macrophytes in aquatic system accelerated a decrease in concentrations of copper, lead and other heavy metals in water. // Water Sector of Russia: Problems, Technologies, Management (=Vodnoe Khozyaistvo Rossii). 2009. No. 2. p. 58 - 67. Bibliogr. 17 refs. Changes in the concentrations of heavy metals in the water of experimental systems were studied. Using the method of inversion voltamperometry, the concentrations of the heavy metals Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb were measured in the water of the experimental microcosms. Aquatic macrophytes Ceratophyllum demersum were incubated in the microcosms. The measured concentrations of all four heavy metals decreased in the microcosms with the macrophytes much faster than in the control microcosms without any aquatic plants. The new results complement the previous data on the phytoremediation potential of aquatic plants (Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Series 16. Biology. 2007. 4. .39 42)]. Ostroumov S.A., Demina L.L. Ecological biogeochemistry and chemical elements (As, , Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Cd, Cr) in Cystoseira and in biogenic detritus in marine model ecosystem: measuring by the method of atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). Ecological Systems and Devices ( ). 2009. No. 9, p.42-45. [The detritus that accumulated over > 10 months in the microcosms with Mytilus galloprovincialis contained As and metals. For the first time the concentrations of 9 elements in the detritus of this type was measured. Their concentrations were measured using atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). Their concentrations decreased in the order: Fe > Mn > Zn > Cu > As > Cr > Pb > Co > Cd. Also, concentrations of the same elements in Cystoseira crinita were measured. The concentrations decreased in the order: Fe > Zn > Mn > Cr > As > Cu > Pb > Cd > Co]. http://www.tgizd.ru/mag/ecology/ Ostroumov S.A., Kolesov G.M. Detection of gold, uranium, and other elements in ecosystems components using the method of neutron activation analysis. Ecologic Systems and Devices (=. ). 2009. 10. 3740 [The biogenic detritus that accumulated over > 7 months in the microcosms with Viviparus viviparus, Unio pictorum, Ceratophyllum demersum, contained Au. For the first time the concentrations of Au in the detritus of this type was measured. The concentration was measured using NAA. Key words: aquatic ecosystems; detritus; shellfish; bivalves; xenobiotics; pollutants]. Ecological processes of decreasing the pollution of aquatic environment and their practical significance. 1. Elements of theory. // Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemial Ecology. 2009 No. 1 (9). p. 129-138. Bibliogr. 49 refs. Abstr. in Engl. and Kazakh [no coauthors]. Kotelevtsev S.V., Ostroumov S.A. Environment, the biosphere and environmental security: the useful publication in the field of environmental sciences / / Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2009. No. 1 (9). p.147. [About the journal Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity ISBN 1726-5428]. Ostroumov S.A., Shestakova T.V., Kotelevtsev S.V., Solomonova E.A., Golovnya E.G., Poklonov V.A. Presence of the macrophytes in aquatic system accelerated a decrease in concentrations of copper, lead and other heavy metals in water. // Water Sector of Russia: Problems, Technologies, Management (=Vodnoe Khozyaistvo Rossii). 2009. No. 2. p. 58 - 66. Bibliogr. 17 refs. [Changes in the concentrations of heavy metals in the water of 66

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experimental systems were studied. Using the method of inversion voltamperometry, the concentrations of the heavy metals Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb were measured in the water of the experimental microcosms. Aquatic macrophytes Ceratophyllum demersum were incubated in the microcosms. The measured concentrations of all four heavy metals decreased in the microcosms with the macrophytes much faster than in the control microcosms without any aquatic plants. The new results complement the previous data on the phytoremediation potential of aquatic plants (Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Series 16. Biology. 2007. 4. .39 42)]. Ostroumov S.A. New scientific disciplines in the system of ecological and biospheric sciences: biochemical ecology and biochemical hydrobiology // Ecological Chemistry [St.Petersburg]. 2009, 18 (2): p.102-110. Bibliogr. 36 refs. The author has previously published two books in which the conceptual basis of the new scientific discipline of biochemical ecology were formulated. This direction of scientific research is focused on studies of the role of the chemicals produced by organisms in the interorganismal interactions, in communication and regulation of supraorganismal systems. Another part of the science of biochemical ecology deals with the fate and transformation of external chemicals when they interact with organisms. Both natural chemicals and the man-made chemicals are of importance for biochemical ecology. Fundamental concepts of biochemical ecology include ecological chemomediators and ecological chemoregulators, which have been included into the modern scientific concepts and are in use in modern ecological literature (see Rozenberg et al., 1999). [http://thesa-store.com/eco/]. Ostroumov S.A., Kotelevtsev S.V., Shestakova T.V., Kolotilova N.N., Poklonov V.A., Solomonova E.A. The new on phytoremediation potential: acceleration in the decrease in the concentrations of heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Zn, Cu) in water in the presence of elodea./ Ecological Chemistry [St.Petersburg] 2009, 18 (2): p.111-119. Bibliogr. 39 refs. Time-dependent decrease in the concentrations of heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Zn, Cu) in the water of experimental ecosystems (microcosms) with elodea Elodea canadensis was studied. Using the method of inversion voltamperometry, the concentrations of the heavy metals Cd, Zn, Cu, Pb were measured in the water of the experimental microcosms. Aquatic macrophytes Elodea canadensis were incubated in the microcosms. The concentration of Pb, Cd and the other metals decreased markedly. In this experiment, the first convincing evidence was obtained that the measured concentrations of all four heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Zn, Cu) decreased in the microcosms with the macrophytes Elodea canadensis much faster than in the control microcosms without any macrophytes, which proves the new aspect of the phytoremediation potential of elodea. [http://thesastore.com/eco/]. Ostroumov S.A. A comparison of some features and parameters that characterize the ecosystem and the organism (=Comparing some parameters which characterize ecosystems and organisms) // Ecological Chemistry [St.Petersburg] 2009, 18 (2): p.120122. Bibliogr. 12 refs. [The comparison and juxtaposition of parameters which characterize ecosystems and organisms was made. Ecosystems and organisms were considered as two types of entities involved in life phenomena at two levels of organization of living systems. The parameters that were considered included: the main functions, the main prerequisites for those functions, discreteness and continuity in space, discreteness and continuity in time, the boundaries, the ability to control the physical and chemical parameters of the environment, the ability to decrease entropy in energydependent way, etc.] [http://thesa-store.com/eco/]

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Ostroumov S.A. Biocenotic purification and water quality: the contribution of environmental repair // Ecological Chemistry [St.Petersburg] 2009, 18 (2): p.123-128. 3 tab. Bibliogr. 17 refs. New experimental data were obtained that showed that one of the most important processes of ecological repairing (restoring water quality during the process of removal of suspended matter by aquatic organisms) is inhibited by a pollutant (a xenobiotic), which points to some degree of similarity or analogy with the processes of repair at the molecular-genetic level. The repair at the molecular-genetic level can also be inhibited by some xenobiotics and have some other attributes that are analogous to those of ecological repairing. The xenobiotics that produced those negative effects on the processes of the ecological repair of water quality included various synthetic surfactants, detergents, and metals. New experimental data on the effects of tetradecyltrimethyl ammonium bromide on marine mussels (Mytilus edulis M. galloprovincialis) are presented. [http://thesa-store.com/eco/]. vishe povtor Ostroumov S.A., Demina L.L. Ecological biogeochemistry and chemical elements (As, , Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Cd, Cr) in biogenic detritus in marine model ecosystem: measuring by the method of atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) // Ecological Systems and Devices (= Ekologicheskie sistemy i pribory). 2009. No. 9, p. 4245. Bibliogr. 20 refs. Abstract: The detritus that accumulated over > 10 months in the microcosms with Mytilus galloprovincialis contained As and metals. For the first time the concentrations of 9 elements in the detritus of this type was measured. Their concentrations were measured using atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). Their concentrations decreased in the order: Fe > Mn > Zn > Cu > As > Cr > Pb > Co > Cd. Also, concentrations of the same elements in Cystoseira crinita were measured. The concentrations decreased in the order: Fe > Zn > Mn > Cr > As > Cu > Pb > Cd > Co. The new data confirm the recent theory of the polyfunctional role of the biota in water quality control and water self-purification (Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2004, V.396. P.136-141; Ekologiya, No. 6, 2005, p. 452459). http://scipeople.ru/users/2943391/ Ostroumov S.A., Kapitsa A.P., Kotelevtsev S.V., Golovnya E.G., Gorshkova O.M., Lasareva E.V., McCutcheon S., Shestakova T.V., Solomonova E.A. Innovative phytotechnology: contributing to the best available technologies of complex control and prevention of water pollution. - Ecol. Stud., Haz., Solutions, 2009, v.13. p.101-103. Bibliogr. 14 refs. Phytoremediation of perchlorate, surfactants, heavy metals (Pb, Cu, Zn, Cd). Ostroumov S.A., Kolesov G.M. Detection of gold, uranium, and other elements in ecosystems components using the method of neutron activation analysis. - Ecological system and devices (Ehkologicheskie sistemy i pribory = E'kologicheskie sistemy i pribory). 2009. No. 10. p. 37-40. www.ecoguild.ru/docs/2009esip10.doc; http://www.tgizd.ru/mag/ecology/ecology_9_10_7.shtml; [The biogenic detritus that accumulated over > 7 months in the microcosms with Viviparus viviparus, Unio pictorum, Ceratophyllum demersum, contained Au. This is the first time the concentrations of Au in the detritus of this type was measured. The concentration was measured using NAA. Key words: aquatic ecosystems; detritus; shellfish; bivalves; xenobiotics; pollutants]. Ostroumov S.A., Shestakova T.V. Decreasing in the measurable concentrations of Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb in the water of the experimental 68

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systems with Ceratophyllum demersum: phytoremediation potential. Doklady Akademii Nauk. 2009, vol. 428, No. 2, p. 282285. Bibliogr. 15 refs. Aquatic plants C. demersum induced a removal of the heavy metals Cu, Zn, Cd, and Pb from water. Using the method of inversion voltamperometry, the concentrations of the heavy metals Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb were measured in the water of the experimental microcosms. Aquatic macrophytes Ceratophyllum demersum were incubated in some of the microcosms. The measured concentrations of all four metals decreased in the microcosms with macrophytes much faster than in the control microcosms without any macrophytes. scipeople.com/publication/66711/; http://www.maikonline.com/maik/showArticle.do? auid=VAFZC61RXH&lang=en Ostroumov S.A., Shestakova T.V. Decreasing the measurable concentrations of Cu, Zn, Cd, and Pb in the water of the experimental systems containing Ceratophyllum demersum: The phytoremediation potential // Doklady Biological Sciences, 2009 (October), vol. 428, no. 1, p. 444-447. Finding: aquatic plants C. demersum induced a removal of the heavy metals Cu, Zn, Cd, and Pb from water. [publisher: MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica] DOI: 10.1134/S0012496609050159; www.springerlink.com/index/ML1062K7271L318N.pdf; https://www.researchgate.net/file.FileLoader.html? key=8fd8998627b86102db72c9b237c25054; http://sites.google.com/site/9dbs444/decreasing-the-measurableconcentrations-of-cu-zn-cd-and-pb-in-the-water; PMID: 19994786 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]; Ostroumov, S.A., Solomonova E.A. Liquid detergent Amway Dish Drops: the impact on water macrophytes Elodea canadensis // Toxicological Bulletin (=Toksikologicheskij vestnik), 2009, No. 3, p.4849. Bibliogr. 5 refs. This is the fist time the phytotoxicity of dish washing detergent to aquatic macrophytes was reported. The phytotoxic effects of the liquid detergent for dishes Amway Dish Drops on the viability of aquatic macrophytes Elodea canadensis in a microcosm were studied. After three days of the damaging effects of the detergent, the effect on the plants was observed at a concentration of Amway Dish Drops 300 mg / l and above. The damaging effects manifested as the reduction of the turgor pressure, resulting in the apical parts of shoots bent down (there was no shoots with apical parts growing upwards). With more prolonged incubation (over 10 days), the damaging effects observed at lower concentrations of Amway Dish Drops: starting with the concentration of 200 mg / l and above. Ostroumov S.A., Kolesov G.M., Poklonov V.A., Kotelevtsev S.V. Water macrophyte as a factor of potential concentration: interactions with metal nanoparticles. - Ecological Chemistry ( ). 2009, 18(4): 222-228. Bibliogr. 33 refs. Experiments with nanoparticles were carried out in aquatic microcosms. For the first time it is shown that the metal (Au) in significant amount bind to the living biomass of 69

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the aquatic macrophyte Ceratophyllum demersum. As a result of the binding and/or concentration, the amount of Au in the phytomass increased over the background level by the factor of 430. The amount of gold in the biomass was detected using neutron activation analysis (NAA). The new data added some new information to the modern vision of the polyfunctional role of aquatic organisms (the biota) in the migration of elements in water ecosystems. Ostroumov S.A. Relationship between water self-purification and environmental repair processes // Water: Chemistry and Ecology. 2009. (Dec). No. 12, p. 29-34. ISSN: 2072-8158. http://scipeople.com/uploads/materials/4389/Water_Chem&Ec_12%270 9_pp_29-34.pdf; http://scipeople.com/publication/67785/; ABSTRACT. The experimental results were obtained to demonstrate that one of the most important ecological rehabilitation processes (the process of improving water quality by the removal of suspended matter from water by filter-feeders) is inhibited by a pollutant (a xenobiotic). This fact and some other considerations suggest some analogy between repair processes at genetic and ecosystem level. Authors experiments have shown that the group of xenobiotics which cause adverse effects on ecological mechanisms for improving water quality includes surfaceactive agents (surfactants), detergents, heavy metals, and other chemicals. The authors experiments have discovered the inhibitory effects of tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide on the filtration activity of the natural hybrid mussel population of Mytilus edulis M. galloprovincialis. KEY WORDS: water quality, pollutants, xenobiotics, rehabilitation, surfactants, detergents, metals, tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide, marine mussels, Mytilus edulis, Mytilus galloprovincialis. Voronina N.V., Gorshkova O.M., Zagidullin R.M., Kapitsa A.P., Krasnushkin A.V., Nikiforov I.D., Ostroumov S.A., Praschikina E.M., Spiridonova O.Yu., Churkin V.S. Experience of ecological and geochemical works carrying out in Methods of determination of pollutants in environment course // Vestnik of IIUEPS (Collection of scientific proceedings of International Independent EnvironmentalPolitological University). Moscow. IIUEPS Press, 2009, p. 192-196. Bibliogr. 3 refs. Ostroumov S.A., Kotelevtsev S.V. On the role and place of the concepts of environmental security in the biological and chemical safety. Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2009, vol. 13, p.118-121. Bibliogr. 9 refs. Ostroumov S.A. Biocontrol of the pollution of aquatic environment: elements of theory. Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik. 2009. [Ecological mechanisms of water self-purification in aquatic bodies and stream are analyzed. The theory of them is presented, which includes the analysis of the polyfunctional role of organisms in water purification. The results

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of new experiments of author on aquatic organisms, including aquatic macrophytes and filter-feeders, are used]. in press. Ostroumov S.A. Biocontrol of the pollution of aquatic environment: issues of rehabilitation and remediation, including phytoremediation and zooremediation. - Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik. [Phytoremediation, algaeremediation and zooremediation are considered in connection with search for ecotechnologies of removal of pollutants (including toxicants) from water. As part of the analysis of the role of organisms, we included the data on heavy metals, that are involved by mollusks into biogeochemical flows as a result of their removal from water column of aquatic bodies. On the basis of the theory, some conclusions were formulated that are relevant of sustainable use of natural resources]. in press Ostroumov S.A., Kolesov G.M., Toderas I.K., Eni A. Detection of elements (La, Au, U, Cs, Ba, Na, Ce, Se, Sb, Hf, Th, Sc, Sm and others) in biogenic detritus of aquatic microcosms with Viviparus viviparus, Unio pictorum, Ceratophyllum demersum. Bulletin of Acad. Sci. of Moldova. Life Sciences [Izvestia Akademii Nauk Moldovy. Nauki o zhizni] (ISSN 1857-064X). 2009. No. 2 (308), p.85-95. Bibliogr. 47 refs, tab 4. Annotations in Rus. (p.186 ) and Eng. (p.179). [Methos: NAA]. Ostroumov S.A., Demina L.L. Role of biogenic detritus of aquatic systems in accumulation of metals and metalloids as exemplified by eight heavy metals and arsenic. Water Sector of Russia (Vodnoe Khozyaistvo Rossii, ISSN 1999-4508). 2010, No. 1, p. 60-69. Bibliogr. 24 refs. Annotation in English (p.106). Detritus that accumulated over 8 months in the freshwater microcosms with molluscs Viviparus viviparus and macrophytes Ceratophyllum demersum contained As and metals. Their concentrations in the detritus were measured using atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). The concentrations decreased in the order: Fe > Mn > Zn > Cu > Pb >As> > Cd > Cr. If a mixture of some metals was added to the water of the microcosm, those metals (, Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, , Cd, Cr) were found in the detritus at concentrations higher than in the control. The most pronounced increase was found for the concentration of Cd (increase by the factor of over 3), (increase by the factor of over 13), and for Cr (increase by the factor of over 150). The new data confirm the recent theory of the polyfunctional role of the biota in water quality control and water self-purification (Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2004, V.396. P.136-141; Ekologiya, No. 6, 2005, . 452459). Ostroumov S. A., Kolesov G. M. The aquatic macrophyte Ceratophyllum demersum immobilizes Au nanoparticles after their addition to water. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2010, Vol. 431, pp. 124127. [ Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., ISSN 0012-4966]. Original Russian Text S.A. Ostroumov, G.M. Kolesov, 2010, published in Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2010, Vol. 431, No. 4, pp. 566569. Bibliogr. 15 refs. Presented by Academician M.A. Fedonkin July 31, 2009. Received February 11, 2009.

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DOI: 10.1134/S0012496610020158. http://scipeople.com/publication/69766/ . This is the first time it was shown that the nanoparticles of gold (Au) in substantial amount bind to the living biomass of the aquatic macrophyte, Ceratophyllum demersum. The concentrations of Au were measured in the samples of the phytomass using neutron activation analysis (NAA). As a result of the binding and/or immobilization of the nanoparticles, the amount of Au in the samples of the phytomass increased manifold (by a factor of 430) above the background level of gold in the plant tissues. The increase was by two orders of magnitude. The new data added some new information to the modern vision of the multifunctional role of the biota in the migration of elements in aquatic ecosystems. Also, the result added new information to the studies of interactions of Au with organisms that may contribute to new biotechnologies. Ostroumov S.A., and Demina L.L. Detection of heavy metals (Pb, Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Cd, Cr) in biogenic detritus in microcosms with freshwater organisms. Ecological Chemistry. 2010, 19, No.1. p.44-48. in Russ. Abs. in Eng. Bibliogr.15 refs.

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Bibliography. Part 2. Some other publications including collective monographs and proceedings of conferences (selected, some with short comments)
At the frontiers of bioenergetics. Review of the book: Skulachev V.P. 'Energy Transformation in Biomembranes' (Moscow: Nauka Press, 1972. 203 p.) Priroda (). 1973. No. 6, p.115-116. Voltmeter-measured electric generation by cytochrome oxidase, H+-ATPase and bacteriorhodopsin. - Abstracts 9th Meet. Fed. Europ. Biochem. Soc., Budapest, 1974. p. 221. [In collaboration: Skulachev V.P., Drachev L.A., Kaulen A.D., Nemecek I.B., S.A.O., A.Yu. Semenov]. Origin of the eukariotic cell and the participation of cell organelles in the multiplication of viruses. - Proceedings of the 12th International Botanic Congress (3-10 July 1975). Leningrad. Nauka Press. 1975. p.29. Review: 'Biomembranes'. Ed. L.A. Manson, Plenum Press, N.Y., London, 1974, 284 p. Journal of General Biology (Zhurnal Obshchei Biologii). 1975. V. 36. No. 5. P. 795797. Review: Biochemistry. A. Lehninger. (Moscow, Mir Press, 1974, 957 p.). Nature (Priroda, Moscow). 1976. No.3. P.152-153. Interactions between the bioregulator, A-factor, and the membranes of streptomycetes. In: Modern Problems of Biology. (Proceedings of the conference, 19-21 October 1978, Tbilisi). Tbilisi University Press, 1978, p. 11. [In collaboration: Lebedev Yu.B., S.A.O.]. Review: 'Methods In Membrane Biology', Vol. 8, Ed. by E. D. Korn. New York, Plenum Press, 1977, 368 p. New Books Abroad (Novye Knigi Za Rubezhom). Series B. 1978. No. 8, p. 7-8. Review: Martin Lukner. Secondary Metabolism in Microorganisms, Plants and Animals. Journal of General Biology (=Zhurnal Obshchei Biologii). 1981. No. 5, p.791-792. = Ostroumov, S.A. Secondary Metabolism in Microorganisms, Plants and Animals. - Zhurnal Obshchei Biologii [Zh. Obshch. Biol.]. 1981.Vol. 42, no. 5, pp. 791-792. Descriptors: Article Subject Terms: animals | microorganisms | plants [.: . " , " // . 1981. 5. .791-792]. Weapons of plants [Biochemical ecology a new scientific discipline] // Zinatne un Tohnika (Science and Technology, in Russian and Latvian, ISSN 0201-7857, Riga). 1983. No. 11(280), P. 1819, fig. [The new terms and concepts were introduced: ecological chemoregulators, ecological chemomediators]. Review of the book: "Ecological Communities: Conceptual Issues and the Evidence". Strong D.R., Simberloff D., Abele L.G., Thistle B. (Eds.) Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1984. 613 p. Ecology. 1986. No. 5. p. 88-90. Review of the book: D. Schlee. "Okologische Biochemie". Jena. Fischer

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Verlag. 1986. 355 p. New Books Abroad. Ser. B. Biology.1987. No. 3. p. 4-7. Review of the book: "Pollution Control and Conservation". M. Kovacs (Ed.). Budapest: Akademiai Kiado. 1985. 398 p. New Books Abroad. Ser. B. Biology. 1987. No.4. p. 25-28. Review of the book: Harold F. "The Vital Force: a Study of Bioenergetics". New York: Freeman. 1986. 577 p. New Books Abroad. Ser. B. Biology. 1987. No.5. p. 6-8. Protected territories as a part of the system of nature conservation in Czechoslovakia. Dep. in VINITI 28.07.1986. No. 5485. [In collaboration: V. (Vaclav) Braun, S.A.O.]. Protected territories as a part of the system of nature conservation in Czechoslovakia (Abstract of the manuscript that was dep. in VINITI 28.07.1986. No. 5485) // Vestnik MGU. Ser. 5. Geography. 1986. No.6. P.83. [In collaboration: V. (Vaclav) Braun, S.A.O.]. Disturbance of onthogenesis of Camelina sativa and Triticum aestivum under effect of a surfactant. - In: Ecotoxicology and Nature Conservation. Riga. 1988. p.133. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Maximov V.N.]. Studies of aspects of ecotoxicology of an anionic surfactant sulfonol on plants and other organisms. - In: Ecotoxicology and Nature Conservation. Riga. 1988. p. 134. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Kaplan A.Y., Kovaleva T.N., Maximov V.N.]. Review of the book: Braginsky L.P., Velichko I.M., Shcherban E.P. "Freshwater plankton in toxic environment". Kiev. Naukova Dumka Press. 1987. 180 p. Water Resources. 1989. No. 5. p. 191-192. Biotesting surfactants and compound products containing surfactants. - In: Methods of Ecological Regulation. Section 3. Problems of Assessment of Man-made Effects on Ecosystems. Kharkov. 1990, p. 139. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Golovko A.E., Khoroshilov V.S.]. Bioassay of solutions of xenobiotics using pistia. - Ecological and Technological Aspects of Detoxification of Industrial Wastes of the Industry of Polymers. Proceedings of the conference, 15-17 February 1990, Donetzk (Donetsk). Minkhimnefteprom USSR. Cherkassy. 1990, p. 12-13. Ecological and Technological Aspects of Detoxification of Industrial Wastes of the Industry of Polymers. Proceedings of the conference, 15-17 February 1990, Donetzk (Donetsk). Minkhimnefteprom USSR. Cherkassy. 1990. p. 3-14. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Semykina N.A.]. Biodiagnostics and bioassay of polluted waters and xenobiotics - in search of nontraditional test species and methods. - Ecological and Technological Aspects of Detoxification of Industrial Wastes of the Industry of Polymers. Proceedings of the conference, 15-17 February 1990, Donetzk (Donetsk). Minkhimnefteprom USSR. Cherkassy. 1990. p. 14-15. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Golovko A.E., Khoroshilov V.S.]. Effects of water contamination by the non-ionogenic surfactant on marine diatoms Thalassiosira pseudonana. - Abstracts of the First International Ocean Pollution Symposium. 1991. University of Puerto Rico, p 27. [In collaboration: S.A.O., MaertzWente M.].

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Effects of the non-ionogenic surfactant on marine diatoms. - American Chemical Society. Division of Environmental Chemistry. Papers presented at the 201st National Meeting. Atlanta, GA, 1991. Vol. 31, No.1: 18-19. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Maertz-Wente M.]. Biologically active substances of ecological importance and methodological aspects of the estimation of the biological activity of pollutants. - Russ. Chem. Rev. (Russian Chemical Reviews), 1991, 60 (3), 265. [Russian Chemical Reviews is published by Royal Society of Chemistry. ISSN (printed): 0036-021X. ISSN (electronic): 1468-4837; translated from Uspekhi Khimii]. doi: 10.1070/RC1991v060n03ABEH001051. From editors // Man and the Biosphere. Series 4. Ecological Aspects of Anthropogenic Impact on Terrestial Animals [ ]. Moscow. The Library of Natural Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 1992. No. 1-2. P.5. [In collaboration: nisimov .., S.A.O., Shchipanov N..]. Studies on some aspects of ecotoxicology and biochemical ecology of surfactants.- In: Biodeterioration and Biodegradation 9. Proceedings of the 9th International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation Symposium, 5-10 September 1993, Leeds, UK, Bousher, A.Chandra, M.Edyvean, R. (eds.).- Rugby (United Kingdom): Institution of Chemical Engineers, 1995.- ISBN 0-85295-319-4. P. 641. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Samoilenko L.S., Telitchenko M.M.] Ecotoxicology and biological activity of surfactants. - Third European Conference on Ecotoxicology (Zurich, August 28-31, 1994, Switzerland). Abstracts. Abstract No. 6.26, p.141. Some aspects of ecotoxicology and biochemical ecology of surfactants. - Proceedings of the 6th International Congress of Ecology (21-26 August 1994, Manchester, UK), 1994. p.127. Visit by Dr. Sergei Ostroumov. - PML News [Plymouth Marine Laboratory News, editor Carol Addison, the newsletter published at the Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Plymouth, Great Britain], 1995 (July), Issue No. 78, p. 4-5. Bibliogr. 8 refs [describing and commenting on the research project conducted by S.A.Ostroumov together with Dr. P. Donkin and Prof. J. Widdows (UK), sponsored by EERO, measurement of effects of chemicals on the feeding rate of mussels Mytilus edulis (p.4)]. Effects of contaminating aquatic environment with surfactants on the biological mechanisms of the removal of the particles of phytoplankton from the water column [by invertebrates] with possible consequences for the optical parameters of the aquatic ecosystem. - In: Physical Problems of Ecology. Moscow. 1997. Part 2, p. 71-72. [In collaboration: S.A.O., P. Donkin (UK)]. Biofiltering and self-purification of water by aquatic ecosystems and its impairment under effect of anthropogenic stress: importance to ecological evaluation of industrial projects and ecological monitoring // ECWATECH-98. Water: Ecology and Technology. Third international congress (Moscow, May 25-30, 1998). Moscow: SIBICO International Ltd, 1998, P. 72. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Donkin P., Staff F. (UK)]. Integrity-oriented approach to ecological biomachinery for selfpurification and bioremediation in aquatic ecosystems: stopping an ecological time bomb. - Limnology and Oceanography: Navigating into the Next Century. February 1-5, 1999, Santa Fe, New Mexico. ASLO, Waco, TX. 1999, USA. P. 134. 75

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The ability of mussels to filter and purify the sea water is inhibited by surfactants. - Limnology and Oceanography: Navigating into the Next Century. February 1-5, 1999, Santa Fe, New Mexico. ASLO, Waco, TX, USA. 1999. P. 134. Using aquatic organisms research to educate undergraduates in Moscow State University, Russia // Limnology and Oceanography: Navigating into the Next Century. Abstracts. ASLO 1999 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, February 1-5, 1999, Santa Fe, New Mexico. ASLO Business Office, Waco, Texas, USA. P.134. Surfactants and marine pollution: another environmental hazard of the third millennium. - PACON. (International Congress on Oceanography, June 23-25, 1999). 1999. P. 24. Ecological processes and ecosystems: functioning towards water purification // Limnology and Oceanography: Research Across Boundaries. June 5-9, 2000, Copenhagen. (Session SS25-01) ASLO, Waco, TX, USA. 2000, p. 62. Ostroumov S.A., McCutcheon S. Defining a modern interface between water quality engineering and aquatic ecosystem research // Limnology and Oceanography: Research Across Boundaries. June 5-9, 2000, Copenhagen. (Session SS25-07) ASLO, Waco, TX, USA; 2000, p.63. Bioresources and biological factors for sustainable development // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2000. Vol. 3. P. 8-9. [In collaboration: Eagle A., S.A.O.]. [6 main biotic factors for sustainable development; a summary evaluation of the contribution of the bioresources of wildlife to economics of the U.S.A.] (in Eng.). Measuring activity of filter-feeders: linking organismal and superorganismal levels of hydrobiology and biological oceanography // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001. vol. 5. p. 26-27. Table. Bibliogr. 11 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., N. Walz (Germany), J. Widdows (UK)]. Rotifers in the turbidostat under the influence of a surfactant // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001. vol. 5. p. 39. [In collaboration: N. Walz, R. Rusche (Germany), S.A.O.]. Biofiltering of water in marine and freshwater ecosystems: a function contributing to self-purification and natural bioremediation // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001. vol. 5. p.38. [In collaboration: Walz N. (Germany), S.A.O.]. Detalization of the fundamental concepts of biochemical ecology: a new definition of the term 'pheromone' // ESHS. 2001. vol. 5. p. 83. Filter-feeders in water self-purification and the hazard of anthropogenic impacts // New technologies in protecting biodiversity in aquatic ecosystems. M.: MAX Press. 2002. P.151. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Walz N. (Germany), Widdows J. (UK), Finenko G.A., Kolotilova N.N., Kartasheva N.V., Khodjaev M.N., Khromov V.M., Kolesnikov M.P., Likhacheva N.E., Polyakova T.V., Revkova N.V., Romanova Z.A., Shidlovskaja N.A., Vorozhun I.M.]. Two types of ecological [] // ESHS. 2003, vol. 6. P.36. Course curriculum 'Environmental Problems and Sustainability' // Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2003, vol. 6. P.37-40. In electronic form: http://www.ceu.hu/crc/Syllabi/alumni/envsci/ostroumov.html

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Studying water filtering activity of filter-feeders. - Aquatic Biodiversity: Past, Present, Future. Antwerp, Belgium, 11-13 August 2003. P. 49. Suspension feeders as cleansers of aquatic systems // The Comparative Roles of Suspension Feeders in Ecosystems. Advanced Research Workshop. Nida, Lithuania. 4-9 October, 2003. P.9. On the Fourth International Conference Water Ecosystems and Organisms-4 - Russian Journal of Marine Biology, 2003, Volume 29, No. 4, p. 262-263 (in English) [Publisher: MAIK Nauka Interperiodica; ISSN Print: 1063-0740; ISSN Online: 1608-3377]. [Original Russian Text Copyright 2003 by Biologiya Morya, S.A. Ostroumov. Chronicles: On the Fourth International Conference Water Ecosystems and Organisms-4; Biologia Morya is a journal of the Russian Academy of Sciences; ISSN 0134-3475] . http://www.springerlink.com/content/hk05665552528360/; http://scipeople.com/uploads/materials/4389/3.RJMarBiol.On.4th.International.Conferenc e.doc; http://scipeople.com/publication/67888/; Hydrobiology and aquatic ecosystems as factors of economic growth // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2004. Vol. 7. P.25-27. (in Eng.). On some goals in protecting water resources, the management of water resources, and creating the scientific basis and managerial foundation for the sustainable use of the resources // ESHS, 2004, 7: 94 [In collaboration: Khamitov R.Z., S.A.O.] (in Rus.). Facts and concepts of ecology [a series of essays] // ESHS, 2004, 7: 106-167 (in Rus.). 1. New scientific disciplines: biochemical ecology and biochemical hydrobiology // ESHS, 2004, 7: 106-111 (in Rus., with an English abstract). 2. On the biochemical apparatus of the biosphere // ESHS, 2004, 7: 111-115 (in Rus.). 3. Ecological bomb of the second type // ESHS, 2004, 7: 115-119 (in Rus.). Bibliogr. 28 refs. 4. On studies of the effects of Cd, Cu, and Pb on Mytilus galloprovincialis // ESHS, 2004, 7: 119-121 (in Rus., 3 tables). 5.Aquatic ecology, entropy and negentropy. Developing Schrdinger's approach in application to aquatic ecosystems and water quality // ESHS, 2004, 7: 122-126 (in Rus.). 6. Studying Unio pictorum: a new morphometric parameter // ESHS, 2004, 7: 126-127 (in Rus.). 7. Studying Mitilaster lineatus: a new morphometric parameter // ESHS, 2004, 7: 128-129 (in Rus.). 8. Some gaps in Vernadsky's teaching on the biosphere and some approaches to filling them // ESHS, 2004, 7: 129-132 (in Rus.). 9. Biotic self-purification of aquatic ecosystems: some elements of qualitative theory and its applications // ESHS, 2004, 7: 132-138 (in Rus., with an Eng. abstract; Bibliogr. 27 refs). 10. On the principle of ecological uncertainty // ESHS, 2004, 7: 138-141 (in Rus.). 11. Juxtaposition of self-purification of water and technologies of drinkingwater treatment. On monetary estimation of water treatment (desinfection) in natural ecosystems // ESHS, 2004, 7: 141-146 (in Rus.; Bibliogr. 6 refs). 12. On studying atlantic mussels. Specific volume // ESHS, 2004, 7: 146-150 (in Rus.; 5 tables). 13. Ecological clusters // ESHS, 2004, 7: 150-151 (in Rus.). 14. Effects of the detergent E on Mytilus edulis / M. galloprovincialis. Inhibiting the process of ecological

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repair // ESHS, 2004, 7: 152-154 (in Rus.). 15. New ecological parameters that characterize the role of organisms in the functioning of ecosystems. Ecological tax and coefficients F/B, F/A/, F/P // ESHS. 2004, 7: 154-157 (in Rus.; 4 tables). 16. Coupled ecosystems // ESHS. 2004, 7: 157-158 (in Rus.). 17. Questions to the future ecology. Chaosophilia and chaosophobia. Nanobiotechnology of the biosphere // ESHS, 2004, 7: 159-167 (in Rus.). Role of biota in combination with abiotic factors: influencing parameters of aquatic environment // Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2004. V.10. P.24-25. [In collaboration: S.A.O., J. Bloesch (Switzerland), C. Goldman (USA), V.V. Ilinskiy, T. Kairesalo (Finland), V.M. Khromov, R. Kornijow, S.E. Plekhanov, A.P. Sadchikov, J.G. Tundisi, R. Wetzel (USA)] (in Eng.). Freshwater molluscs decrease the concentration of bacteria Escherichia coli in water ( Escherichia coli ) // ESHS. 2004. V. 10. P.84-86. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Cherdyntseva T.A.] (in Rus.). Ecology and hydrobiology. 2. New data on the effects of xenobiotics on the filtering activity of aquatic organisms. Heptane inhibits water filtration by Mytilus galloprovincialis (= . Mytilus galloprovincialis) // Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2004. V.10. P. 109-112 (in Rus.). Ecology and hydrobiology. 3. Across-level realization of anthropogenic effects as a new special type of man-made impact on the biosphere: facts and the general concept (= : ) // Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2004. V. 10. P. 112-113 (in Rus.). Ecology and Hydrobiology. 5. Approaches to monetary evaluations of the price of water and the water-purifying function of aquatic ecosystems (= ) // ESHS. 2004. V. 10. P. 114115 (in Rus.). Ecology and Hydrobiology. 6. On studies of the effects of oil hydrocarbons on Mytilus galloprovincialis (= Mytilus galloprovincialis) // ESHS. 2004. V. 10. P. 115-118 (in Rus.). Ecology and Hydrobiology. 7. Ecological role of the factor of novelty of situation, and new scientific disciplines, ecological semiotics and neology (= ) // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2004. V. 10. P. 118-120 (in Rus.). Ecology and Hydrobiology. 10. On improving teaching hydrobiology and ecology as exemplified by the Department of hydrobiology of the Faculty of biology of Moscow University [= (

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)] // Ecol.Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2004. V.10. P.124-125 (in Rus.). Ecology and Hydrobiology. 11. New scientific discipline, biochemical human ecology. Some concepts and applications (= , . ) // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2004. V. 10. P. 126-129 (in Rus.). Ecology and Hydrobiology. 12. Some controversial and priority issues and prospective points for further growth in ecology and hydrobiology of future (= ) // ESHS. 2004. V. 10. P. 130131 (in Rus.). Developing the hydrobiological foundations and innovations to restore (rehabilitate) water bodies and streams [= () ] // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2004. V. 10. P. 131-133 (in Rus.). Filter-feeders as part of ecological biomachinery to purify water // XXIX Congress of International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology (SIL). Abstracts. Lahti (Finland) 2004. P. 239 [4 aspects of the role of filter-feeders in aquatic ecosystems] (in Eng.). On the improvement of teaching of fundamental subjects in Moscow University (teaching ecology to students of humanitarian specialization) // International conference 'People and the Environment', 25-28 October, 2004, Moscow State University, October 25-28, 2004. P. 54-55. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Dontzov A.I. (=Dontsov A.I.)] (Chairs of the Organizing Committee: President of Moscow Univ. Acad. Sadovnichiy, Chancellor SUNY Robert King; members: Acad. D.S.Pavlov, Prof. David Carpenter). Bridging ecology and phytoremediation: phytoremediation potential of some aquatic and terrestrial plants // The 3rd International Phytotechnologies Conference, 2005 April 19-22, Atlanta, Georgia (USA), p.150. Studying interactions between Elodea canadensis and sodium dodecyl sulphate // The 3rd International Phytotechnologies Conference, 2005 April 19-22, Atlanta, Georgia (USA), p.153. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Manchenko E.A.]. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 13-17 [Curriculum of the lecture course]. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology of Human Nutrition and Drinking Water // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 17-20 [Curriculum of the lecture course]. Quantitative and Theoretical Hydrobilogy // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 2025 [curriculum of the lecture course]. Self-Purification and Quality of Water // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 25-28 [Curriculum of the lecture course]. Environmental Policy and Sustainable Development // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 28-31 [Curriculum of the lecture course].

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Environmental Problems and Sustainability // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 32-34 [Curriculum of the lecture course, in English]. Chemical pollution inhibits the process of water filtering by Mytilus galloprovincialis // Marine Ecological Journal [= Mors'kij ekologicnij zurnal = , IBSS NASU, Sevastopol, ISSN 1684-1557] 2005. vol. 4. 1. . 83. [Concentration of the oil was 8 microliters per 1 l of seawater. Some degree of inhibition of the filtration rate was also found in a series of similar experiments where the concentration of the oil suspension was 2 4 microliters per 1 l of the seawater; 26.4C]. In English. http://repository.ibss.org.ua/dspace/bitstream/99011/198/1/zametka83.pdf On the 7th International conference [Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms] dedicated to the 250th anniversary of Moscow University. Hydrobiological Journal (Kiev, Ukraine). 2005. Vol. 41. No. 2. P.113. Plant ecology and phytoremediation: using potential of some aquatic and terrestrial plants to decontaminate environment // Abstracts. EURECO 2005. X European Ecological Congress, November 8-13, 2005, Kusadasi, Izmir, Turkey. META Press, Bornova/Izmir. 2005, p. 171. [In collaboration: S.A.O., S.C.McCutcheon, V.A.Nzengung, D.D.Yifru, E.A.Manchenko]. [Among the chemicals studied were components of explosives and rocket fuel as well as representatives of surfactants (sodium dodecylsulphate)]. Biological effects of chemicals that pollute aquatic ecosystems: interactions between sodium dodecylsulphate and Elodea canadensis // Abstracts. EURECO 2005. X European Ecological Congress, November 8-13, 2005, Kusadasi, Izmir, Turkey. META Press, Bornova/Izmir. 2005, p. 177. [In collaboration: S.A.O., E.A.Manchenko]. [The limits of the plant tolerance to SDS (sodium dodecylsulphate)]. Education in ecology and hydrobiology a factor of sustainable development, stability and security // Ecology and Hydrobiology. Moscow. MAX Press. 2005. P. 5-6. Comparative assessment of the effects of cationic and anionic surfactants on cultures of unicellular algae Platymonas viridis. Issues of Labor Safety and Technogenic and Ecological Security. Proceedings of the XI All-Ukrainian scientific and technological conference. Sevastopol, October 5-9, 2006. Sevastopol: SevNTU Press, 2006. P. 45-47. [In collaboration: Soldatov A.A., S.A.O.] Gliwicz, Z. M., M. Gophen, R. Gulati, D. Hamilton, B. Boss, S.A. Ostroumov, J. Padisak, B. Wehrli and G. E. Likens. 2006. Memoriam: Professor Robert G. Wetzel. In: Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 11:207. On the principles of the use of organisms aiming at control and remediation of the aquatic environment. Space and Time. The 6th International Scientific Conference, May 25-26, 2007. Moscow, New Acropol Culture Center. p. 34-35. Bibliogr. 4 refs. [In collaboration: S.A.O., E.I.Zubcov, S.V.Krivitsky, M.V.Krupina, A.A.Mikous, O.Munjiu, E.A.Solomonova, I.K.Toderash]. Studying the role of aquatic organisms in water self-purification and search for ecotechnologies of control, rehabilitation and remediation of aquatic systems // Lake Ecosystems: Biological Processes, Anthropogenic Transformation, Water Quality. Proceedings of the 3rd

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International Conference, 17-22 September, 2007. Minsk-Naroch, Belarus State University, Ed. T.M.Mikheeva. Minsk. Publishing Center of Minsk University, 2007. p. 32-33. [In collaboration: S.A.O., E.I.Zubcov, I.K.Toderash, A.Breahna, S.V.Krivitsky, M.V.Krupina, A.A.Mikous, O.V.Munjiu, N.Railean, S.N.Sidorenko, E.A.Solomonova, V.M.Khromov]. Ostroumov S. A., McCutcheon S. C., Yifru D., Nzengung V. Aquatic fate of perchlorate exposed to a phytoremediation system of Myriophyllum aquaticum // The 5th International Phytotechnology Conference (October 22-25, 2008, Nanjing, China). Accepted. Bibliogr. 5 refs. Solomonova E.A., Kotelevtsev S.V., Ostroumov S.A. Studying aquatic macrophytes as prospective tools for the phytoremediation of water systems polluted with surfactants and detergents // The 5th International Phytotechnology Conference (October 22-25, 2008, Nanjing, China). Accepted. Bibliogr. 5 refs. The 10th International Conference "Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-10" [Chronicle] // Biologiya Morya (Russian Journal of Marine Biology = ), 2009, Vol. 35, No. 4, p. 310-311. ISSN Print: 1063-0740; ISSN Online: 1608-3377. 10th International conference Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-10. - Scientific Bulletin Samarskaya Luka. 2009. No. 2, p.266. [http://www.ssc.smr.ru/ssc_sl.html; presidium@ssc.smr.ru]. Moscow Society of Naturalists (MOIP). 17th International Environmental Bioindicators Conference (Conference theme: Global Indicators) Moscow. 2009. p.98-99. [Proceedings] [co-authors: Sadchikov A.P., Kotelevtsev S.V., Ostroumov S.A.] In English. Ostroumov S.A. Modernizing education in environmental science and ecology. Contemporary Issues of Communication and Culture. Vol. 9. 2009. p.15-19. (Moscow, Piatigorsk, State Linguistic University, ISBN 5-89966-562-5). In English. The paper is a part of the international collection of scientific works of Russian and foreign scientists Contemporary problems(Actualnye problemy) of communication and culture 9, issue 9. The volume is associated with the 35th anniversary of the Fulbright Program in Russia. The 509-page book contains the contributions of the participants of the V Conference of graduates of Fulbright Program (23 - 24 March 2009). The paper contains the lists of universities that use as teaching aids the books authored and coauthored by S.A.Ostroumov: Introduction to Biochemical Ecology (the 9-item list), Introduction to Problems of Biochemical Ecology (the 12-item list), Conservation of Living Nature (the 9-item list), and Levels of Conservation of Living Nature (the 7-item list).

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Bibliography. Part 3. Editorship Edited: Recommendations on Administering the Exam on the Course 'Nature Conservation'. Ivanovo. Ivanovo State University. 1984. 48 p. (editor: S.A.O.) Recommendations for Preparing and Conducting Discussions on the Issues of Nature Conservation (active forms of education). Ivanovo, Ivanovo Univ. Press, 1985, 48 p. nisimov .., Ostroumov S.A. (Eds). Bulletin of UNESCO MAB and Acad. Sci., "Man and the Biosphere. Series 4. Anthropogenic Effects in Ecology of Animals" [ ]. Annually 1982 - 1991, 6 issues per year. Each issue ca. 76 pages. nisimov .., Ostroumov S.A., Shchipanov N.. (.., ..., ..), (Eds). Bulletin of UNESCO MAB and Acad. Sci., "Man and the Biosphere. Series 4. Ecological Aspects of Anthropogenic Impact on Terrestial Animals"
[ ]. Moscow. The Library of Natural Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 1992. No. 1-2. P.1-76. (.).

Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms - 1 (Proceedings of the international conference). oscow: MAX-Press. 1999. Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms - 2 (Proceedings of the international conference). oscow: MAX-Press. 2000. (Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2000, v. 3), 100 p. ISBN 5-317-00071-8. Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms - 3 (Proceedings of the international conference). oscow: MAX-Press. 2001. (Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001, v. 5), 140 p. ISBN 5-317-00353-9. Ostroumov S.A., S. McCutcheon, Steinberg C. (Editors) Ecological processes and Ecosystems: Functioning towards Water Purification. 2002. Dordrecht, Boston, London: Kluwer Press. (Hydrobiologia, vol. 469). 204 p. Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms - 4 (Proceedings of the international conference). oscow: MAX-Press. 152 p. Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms - 5 (Proceedings of the international conference). oscow: MAX-Press. 2004. (Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2004, v. 7), 176 p. ISBN 5-317-00994-4. Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms - 6 (Proceedings of the 6th international conference). oscow: MAX-Press. 2004. (Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2004, v. 10), 156 p. ISBN 5-317-01175-2. Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, 208 p. Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2007, v. 12, 224 p. Editor: Solomonova E.A. Studies of the Tolerance of Macrophytes to Surfactants as a Contribution to the Scientific Basis of Phytotechnology. oscow: MAX Press. 2007, 40 p. (in Russ., with Eng. abstract). Co-Editor: [Collective monograph] Issues of Ecology and Hydrobiology / Editors I.K.Toderas, S.A.Ostroumov, E.I.Zubcova. Moscow, MAX Press. 2008. - 80 p. ISBN 978-5-317-02224-2. [= / .

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.. , .. , .. . , . 2008] The collective monograph contains publications of the international team of authors on issues of ecology, biogeochemistry, water quality, and environmental monitoring. The main part of the book is formed by the innovative materials on the role of aquatic organisms in water self-purification and biogenic migration of elements. The role of aquatic mollusks in the biogenic migration of metals is given special attention. The organisms that were studied included several species of organisms inhabiting freshwater and marine environments. Among those species were mollusks Unio pictorum, zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha, marine mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis and some other organisms. One of the papers contributes to developing new ecological technologies to treat polluted waters using aquatic vegetation (macrophytes, plants), for instance, elodea Elodea canadensis, Potamogeton crispus and other species. The collective monograph was initiated and organized by Dr. S.A. Ostroumov as a step toward contributing to the scientific basis of environmental safety and sustainability. The book was published under the aegis of Moscow State University and the Moscow Society of Researchers of Nature (MOIP), the oldest public society in Russia. Editorship: Ecology: Innovations in Science and Education. Moscow. MAX Press. 2009. (Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, v. 13), 192 p. [Including proceedings of the 9th Intl Conference Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-9 and other materials]. (Co-editors: S.A.O., O.M.Gorshkova). Editorship: Ecology: Innovations. Moscow. Max Press. 2009 (Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2009, v. 14, 88 p.) [Including the proceedings of the 10th Intl Conference Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-10, and other materials]. (Co-editors: S.A.Ostroumov, S.V.Kotelevtsev, O.M.Gorshkova). External Reviewing (the name of the reviewer was published): Problems of Geochemical Ecology, Diagnosis of Microelementhoses and their Correction. Presentations at the Russian-Japan Workshop. Moscow, October 10, 2005 / Ed. V.V.Ermakov / Lab. of Biogeochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Russ. Acad. Sci., Tohoku Fukushi University, Kansei Fukushi Research Center, Jumonji-Gakuen University. oscow: Nauka. 2005. 230 p. ISBN 5-02-034469-9. Reviewer: Gorshkova, O.M., Krasnushkin A.V., Potapov A.A. et al. The Laboratory Methods for Studying and Monitoring the Environment. M.: Geographical Faculty, Moscow State University, 2008. 180 pp. Membership, Editorial Boards: The Journal of Biospheric Science (Co-Editor, with another Co-Editor: Prof. M.A.S. McMenamin, www.earthscape.org/rmain/rsites/jbs.html) 1999; Ekologija (a journal that is being published by the Academy of Sciences, Lithuania) 2002; Editorial review board for the book: Phytoremediation: Transformation and Control of Contaminants. Editors: Steven C. McCutcheon (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
National Exposure Research Laboratory, Athens, Georgia), Jerald L. Schnoor (The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) 2003;

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Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, since 1999; Editor-in-Chief; Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (Ukraine), 2004-2009; Samarskaya Luka (Russia), since 2004; Water and Ecology (Russia), since 2004; Science. Education. Innovations, since 2005; International Journal of Phytoremediation (U.S.A.), since 2005; International Journal of Oceans and Oceanography (IJOO, India), since 2005; Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management" (AEHM, Canada), 2006-2008; Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology (Kazakhstan), since 2006; Water: Technology and Ecology (Russia), since 2007; Ecological Chemistry (Russia), since 2007; Ecologica (Serbia), since 2007 (November). Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Life Sciences [= . (in Moldovian language, Buletinul Academiei de Stiinte a Moldovei. Stiintele Vientii)] since January 2009. Aquatic Management of Russia (Vodnoe Khozyaistvo Rossii, city of Ekaterinburg), 2010; Member of the Editorial Review Board of the book: Phytoremediation: Transformation and Control of Contaminants. Editors: Steven C. McCutcheon (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Exposure Research Laboratory, Athens, Georgia), and Jerald L. Schnoor (The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa), Wiley-Interscience, Hoboken, New Jersey, 2003, 988 p.; Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the volume of the proceedings of the international conference 'Environment and Sustainable Development' (23-25 April, 2007, Beograd); Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the volume of the proceedings of the international conference 'Environment Today' (21-23 April, 2008, Beograd);

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Bibliography. Part 4. Materials for teaching and educational excellence Recommendations on administering the exam on the course 'Nature Conservation'. Ivanovo. Ivanovo State University. 1984. 48 p. (Editor: S.A.O.). Recommendations for preparing and conducting discussions on the issues of nature conservation (active forms of education). (Editor S.A.O.). Ivanovo, Ivanovo University Press, 1985, 48 p. Using aquatic organisms research to educate undergraduates in Moscow State University, Russia // Limnology and Oceanography: Navigating into the Next Century. Abstracts. ASLO 1999 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, February 1-5, 1999, Santa Fe, New Mexico. ASLO Business Office, Waco, Texas, USA. P.134. Aquatic ecosystems and organisms: teaching philosophy at the department of hydrobiology working towards professional excellence in aquatic and system ecology. Advancing fundamental science and its applications // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2000. Vol. 3. P. 96. Program of the lecture course. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001. 5: 122-124. Bibliogr. 11 refs. Program of the lecture course. Ecology of Water Self-Purification // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001. 5: 124-125. Bibliogr. 13 refs. Program of the lecture course. Ecology // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2001. 5: 126-129. Bibliogr. 38 refs. Syllabus of a new lecture course 'Introduction to Biochemical Ecology' // Syllabuses of Lecture Courses (Programmi spetzkursov). Moscow: Moscow State University. 2002. P.123-125 [the new innovative course developed]. Syllabus of a new lecture course 'Mechanisms of Interactions of Organisms in Ecosystems' // Syllabuses of Lecture Courses (Programmi spetskursov). M.: Moscow State University. 2002. P.120-122 [the new innovative course developed]. Syllabus of a new lecture course 'Ecology of Water Self-purification' // Syllabuses of Lecture Courses (Programmi spetskursov). Moscow: Moscow State University. 2002. P.126-127 [the new innovative course developed]. Course curriculum 'Environmental Problems and Sustainability' // Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2003, vol. 6. P.37-40. In the electronic form: http://www.ceu.hu/crc/Syllabi/alumni/envsci/ostroumov.html On the improvement of teaching of fundamental subjects in Moscow University (the example of teaching ecology to the students of humanitarian specialization) // International conference People and the Environment, 26-28 October, 2004, Moscow State University, October 25-28, 2004. P. 54-55. [In collaboration: S.A.O., Dontzov A.I.] [textbook] Ochrana Zive Prirody: Problemy a Perspectivy. Praha. Academia. 1991. 345 p. 35 figures, 35 tables, 29 photographs. Bibliography on pages 229-307. Preface by Dr. Jaromir Pospisil (p. 5-8);

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ISBN 80-200-0021-6 (in Czech; the book was recommended as a textbook for universities). [In collaboration: Jablokov A.V., S.A.O.]. [textbook] Ostroumow S. A. Wprowadzenie do ekologii biochemicznej. [=Introduction to Biochemical Ecology] Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN [= PWN Press], 1992. 205 pages [translated from Russian by J. Kurylowicz = t. z jz. ros. Jerzy Kuryowicz] ISBN-13: 9788301104542. ISBN-10: 8301104546. Format: 20,5/14,5 cm. Gewicht: 250 g. [in Polish language; the book is recommended and used at several Polish universities, including: The Technical University of Lodz (Politechnika dzka); The Jan Kochanowski University of Humanities and Sciences in Kielce; University of Wrocaw; University in Bialymstok (Uniwersytet w Bialymstoku); University in Opole (Wydzia Przyrodniczo Techniczny Uniwersytetu Opolskiego); Akademia im. Jana Dugosza, Instytut Chemii i Ochrony rodowiska, Czstochowa; Uniwersytet Kardynala Stefana Wyszynskiego, Warsaw; and other universities]. [textbook] Pollution, Self-purification and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems. .: AX Press. 2005. 100 p. Glossary. Extended English abstract (p. 57-62), a note about the author in English (p. 97). ISBN 5-317-01213-9. From the preface written by Professor V.D. Fedorov and Prof. V.N. Maximov: "The book is recommended as a textbook, useful for the preparation of marine biologists, ecologists, experts in environmental protection, conservation and management of aquatic and biological resources. The book will be useful to teachers, graduate students, undergraduates and students." From the contents: Section 16: Rehabilitation of water facilities damaged as a result of anthropogenic influences, with the original table a new method for monetary assessment of the value of freshwater ecosystem and its self-purification potential. Glossary (pp. 90-93). Expanded English summary (p.57-62), information about the author in Russian (p.96) and English. (p.97) languages. ISBN 5-317-01213-9. The book published as an issue of the new series "Science. Education. Innovation ", Vol 1. The book was awarded the Diploma of the Academy of Aquatic Sciences (2006) and the Diploma of the Winner of the Contest (2007) of scientific and educational publications organized by MOIP (the Moscow Society of Naturalists [Moscow Society of Researchers of Nature]; the MOIP Diploma was signed by the President of MOIP, Vice-President of Russian Academy of Sciences Academician V.A. Sadovnichy). [teaching aid] Ecology and Hydrobiology. Curricula of Lecture Courses. Moscow. MAX Press. 2005. VI + 36 p. The collection of curricula of 8 lecture courses including: (1) Ecology; (2) Mechanisms of Interorganismal Interactions in Ecosystems; (3) General Biochemical Ecology; (4) Introduction to Biochemical Ecology of Drinking Water and Human Nutrition; (5) Quantitative and Theoretical Hydrobiology; (6) Water SelfPurification and Water Quality; (7) Environmental Policy and Sustainable Development; (8) Environmental Problems and Sustainability: New Course Curriculum (in English). The course on ecology is a classical cource, the other courses are completely innovative. Of interest to professors and students in various fields of ecology, life science, environmental science, limnology, medicine, sciences on the biosphere, protection, and sustainable use of biological, aquatic biological and water resources. [Teaching aid]: The Biological Control of the Environment: Bioindication and Biotesting / Eds. O.P. Melekhova, E.I. Egorova. Moscow: Publishing Center Academy 2007, 288 pp. ISBN 978-5-7695-3560-4. [Co-authors: O.P. Melekhova, E.I. Egorova, T.I. Evseev, V.M. Glaser, S.A.Geras'kin, Yu.K. Doronin, A.A. Kitashova, A.V. Kitashov,

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Y.P. Kozlov, I.A. Kondratyeva, G.V. Kossova, S.V. Kotelevtsev, D.N. Matorin, S.A.O., S.I. Pogosyan, A.V. Smurov, G. N. Solovykh, A.L. Stepanov, N.A. Tushmalova, L.V. Tsatsenko]. Allowed by the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation as a teaching aid for students enrolled in the educational direction "Biology" and biological disciplines. [Teaching aid]: The biological control of the environment: bioindication and biotesting, 2nd edition. / Ed. O.P. Melekhova, E.I. Sarapultzeva. Moscow: Publishing Center Academy 2007, 288 pp. ISBN 978-5-7695-5594-7. 60 90/16. [Co-authors: O.P. Melekhova, E.I. Sarapultzeva, T.I. Evseev, V.M. Glaser, S.A.Geras'kin, Yu.K. Doronin, A.A. Kitashova, A.V. Kitashov, Y.P. Kozlov, I.A. Kondratyeva, G.V. Kossova, S.V. Kotelevtsev, D.N. Matorin, S.A.Ostroumov, S.I. Pogosyan, A.V. Smurov, G. N. Solovykh, A.L. Stepanov, N.A. Tushmalova, L.V. Tsatsenko]. Allowed by the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation as a teaching aid for students enrolled in the educational direction "Biology" and biological disciplines. [material for a lecture]. Ostroumov S.A. Chemico-Biotic Interactions and the New in the Teaching on the Biosphere by V.I.Vernadsky. Moscow, 2009, MAX-Press. 52 p. Bibliogr. 77 refs. Editor: Academician G.V.Dobrovolsky (Series: Science. Education. Innovations. Issue 10). ISBN 978-5-317-03005-6. The brochure is a material for the lecture. The author was invited to lecture at the All-Russia Conference with the elements of a scientific school "Ecotoxicology-2009". Conference is organized by the ScientificEducational Center "Ecobiotechnology" of Tula State University at the Institute of Biochemistry and Physiology of Microorganisms, RAN, 26 - 30 October 2009, Pushchino. The aim of this work - to summarize and systematize the publications of the author which are related to the topic of the lecture. It contains the results of the author's works in the period 1985-2009. The results and bibliography are summarized in the tables: 1. Accumulation of elements in organisms and their role in biogeochemical fluxes of elements; 2. Effects of xenobiotics and pollutants on higher plants; 3. The impact of chemicals on algae; 4. The impact of xenobiotics on molluscs and some plankton organisms which are filter feeders; 5.Investigations of the role of aquatic plants in relation to phytotechnologies and phytoremediation; 6. Conceptual developments of fundamentals of general ecology and the state of the biosphere. Among the new fundamental concepts introduced by the author: the biosphere as an ecological-biochemical continuum (p.43), theory of apparatus of the biosphere (p.43-44). Education in ecology and hydrobiology a factor of sustainable development, stability and security // Ecology and Hydrobiology. Moscow. MAX Press. 2005. P. 5-6. Ecology // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 7-10 [curriculum of the lecture course]. Mechanisms of Interorganismal Interactions in Ecosystems // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 10-13 [curriculum of the lecture course]. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 13-17 [curriculum of the lecture course]. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology of Human Nutrition and Drinking Water // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 17-20 [curriculum of the lecture course]. Quantitative and Theoretical Hydrobilogy // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 2025 [curriculum of the lecture course].

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Self-Purification and Quality of Water // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 25-28 [curriculum of the lecture course]. Environmental Policy and Sustainable Development // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 28-31 [curriculum of the lecture course]. Environmental Problems and Sustainability // Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. 3: 32-34 [curriculum of the lecture course, in English]. [teaching aid]: From Ecology to Health: in Search of Recommendations on the Basis of Biochemical Human Ecology. oscow: MAX Press, 2006. 32 p. 11 Tables. Bibliogr. 34 refs. [teaching aid]: Ostroumov S.A. Improving the knowledge of English towards professional use. Curriculum of a lecture course. Moscow. MAX Press. 2006. 5 p. The aim of the program is to help to those who have some basic knowledge of English and who want to improve their knowledge. Some of more difficult aspects of English are included. The detailed bibliography also may provide some help to those who want to gain additional knowledge using books, dictionary and other published materials. (Series: Science. Education. Innovations, Issue 6; . . . 6). Bibliogr. 29 refs. http://scipeople.com/publication/68767/ Educational materials. 1. Ecology, hydrobiology and the issues of sustainable development. Innovative educational programs and curricula. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 161187. Ecology. Program and concept of the lecture course (3rd edn). Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 165-168. Bibliogr. p.167168. Mechanisms of interactions among organisms in ecosystems. Program and concept of the lecture course (3rd edn). Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 168-170. Bibliogr. p. 170. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology. Program and concept of the lecture course (4th edn). Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 170-172. Bibliogr. p.172. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology of Human Nutrition and Drinking Water. Program and concept of the lecture course (2nd edn). Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 172-175. Bibliogr. p. 174175. Quantitative and theoretical hydrobiology. Selected issues. Program and concept of the lecture course (3nd edn). Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 175-178. Bibliogr. p. 178. Water Self-purification. Program and concept of the lecture course (4th edn). Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 178-181. Bibliogr. 21 refs. Ecological policy and sustainable development. Program and concept of the lecture course (3rd edn). Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 181-182. Bibliogr. p. 182.

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Environmental problems and sustainability: new course curriculum (3rd edn, in English). - Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 182-185. Bibliogr. 23 refs. Ecological engineering: general and selected issues. Additional focus on water (towards developing the curriculum of a new course) (in English). Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 185-187. Bibliogr. 9 refs. Educational materials. 2. Innovative Educational Programs: lecture courses and seminars. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 187-197 [a collection of new educational programs]. Ecological security: a concept of the program of series of lectures and seminars. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 188-190. Bibliogr. 23 refs. A concept of the program of a new series of lectures: quality of drinking water applying approaches of hydrobiology and biochemical ecology. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 190-192. Bibliogr. 6 refs. Program of a new lecture course or seminar series entitled: 'Conceptualization of unsolved questions of ecology'. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 192-194. Bibliogr. p. 193-194. Program of the series of lectures: Strengthening of innovative creativity from mystery to psychotechnology. Application to stimulation of scientific creativity. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 194-196. Bibliogr. 5 refs. Lecture course or seminar series: finance support of scientific research. Writing successful grant application (on the basis of practical experience). Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 196-197. Bibliogr. 3 refs. The problems of chemical pollution of biosphere. The programme of the lecture course. Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2007, No.2 (4), p. 101-107. Introduction to Ecology. 2nd edn. Moscow: MAX Press. 2007, 64 p. [In collaboration: V.D.Fedorov, S.A.O.]. Chemical pollution of the environment. Lecture course curriculum. Ecological Chemistry (. ). 2007, Vol. 16, No. 4, p. 254-259. In Rus. Voronina N.V., Gorshkova O.M., Zagidullin R.M., Kapitsa A.P., Krasnushkin A.V., Nikiforov I.D., Ostroumov S.A., Praschikina E.M., Spiridonova O.Yu., Churkin V.S. Experience of ecological and geochemical works carrying out in Methods of determination of pollutants in environment course // Vestnik of IIUEPS (Collection of scientific proceedings of International Independent Environmental-Politological University). Moscow. IIUEPS Press, 2009, p. 192-196. Bibliogr. 3 refs. [Voronina N.V., Gorshkova O.M., Zagidullin R.M., Kapica A.P., Krasnushkin A.V., Nikiforov I.D., Ostroumov S.A., Prawikina E.M., Spiridonova O.Ju., Churkin V.S. Ekologogeohimicheskie raboty so studentami kolledzha Akademii MNEPU v kurse zanjatij Metody opredelenija zagrjaznjajuwih vewestv v okruzhajuwej srede // Vestnik MNEPU: Sbornik nauchnyh trudov. M.: Izd-vo MNEPU. 2009. s.192-196]. Examples of how the publications by S.A.Ostroumov are being used in education:

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publications are used in developing the courses: Petersburg University: 'Ecological Toxicology', 2006 (Department of Ecological Security and Sustainable Development of Regions, Faculty of Geography and Geoecology of Petersburg University) (in the curriculum, the book is used and recommended: Telitchenko, Ostroumov, 1990) (see: http://www.geo.pu.ru/ecobez/edu/programs/krylova2.htm; also, see: www.geo.pu.ru/ecobez/edu/programs/krylova.htm); Ivanovo State University: in the curriculum of the course 'Nature Conservation' (the lecturer, Dr. M.P. Shilov), since 1984, (in the curriculum, the book is used and recommended: Yablokov, Ostroumov, 1983). Moscow State University: 'Ecological Assessment of Landscapes', 2006 (Department of Physical Geography and Landscape Science, Faculty of Geography, Moscow State University; (in the curriculum, the book is used and recommended: Yablokov, Ostroumov, 1985); (see: http://landscapes.nm.ru/Prog_4_ecol_ocen.htm); Irkutsk State University: in the curriculum of the course 'Chemical Interactions in Living Nature' the book is used: S.A.O. 'Introduction to Biochemical Ecology'. (Source: Internet, November, 2005); Irkutsk State University: in the curriculum of the course 'Poisons, Alcohol' (Prof. D.I. Stom, Dept. of Hydrobiology and Zoology of Invertebrates) the book is used: M.M.Telitchenko, S.A.O. 'Introduction to Problems of Biochemical Ecology'. (Source: Internet, November, 2005); Vilnius University (Lithuania): in the curriculum of the course 'Chemical Ecology' (at the graduate studies towards Ph.D.) (Source: Internet, 2006); Program of the course "Conservation of Biodiversity for Sustainable Development" (type of course: higher education component, year of study: 6; semester: 11; number of credits: 5). The authors of the program: Prof. S.M. Malhazova, Prof. N.N. Drozdov, senior researcher V.V. Neronov. In : Innovation in Geographical and Environmental education / Ed. Academician N.S. Kasimov. Moscow: Moscow University Publishing House, 2007, p. 79 - 90. (Series: Innovating University, Chairman of the Scientific Editorial Board of the series Academician V.A. Sadovnichy, deputy chairman Prof. A.M. Saletsky). The list of recommended literature included the books: Yablokov A.V., Ostroumov S.A. "Conservation of Living Nature," "Levels of conservation of Living Nature", as well as the book "Conservation Biology "(translated from English by S.A. Ostroumov). Associate professor Dr. N.V. Bykovskaya. Curriculum and program of the lecture course "Biotechnology". Ussuriysk, 2008. Ussuriysk State Pedagogical Institute, Department of Biology. http://scipeople.com/publication/70037/; http://www.uspi.ru/ep-catalog/file898/?PHPSESSID=inovjven9rpspmqh57jcei7ce2. Federal Agency of Education, State educational institution of higher education "Ussurisky State Pedagogical Institute", Department of Biology. The list of recommended literature includes the book: Telitchenko M.M., Ostroumov S.A. Introduction to the problems of biochemical ecology. Moscow. Nauka Press, 1990.

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Bibliography. Part 5. Publications For Broader Impact, Popular Science Publications, and Interviews Hurry up to your calling. - Izvestia [the national newspaper, with circulation over 1 million at that time]. 1974. No. 59 (No.17597), p. 5 [of the organization and results of research work of students at the Biological Faculty of M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University]. Introduction to science // Student Meridian. 1975. No.1. P.7-9 [about the scientific research conducted by the students of M.V. Lomonosov Moscow University]. Entering your office [about the memorial library and museum-office of Academician I.G. Petrovsky, President of M.V. Lomonosov Moscow University]. 1977. Moscow University (newspaper). 18 February. (Cited in the book: " 1755-2001". . oscow. 2002. Moscow University Press). [In collaboration: Ilyashenko Yu., S.A.O.] Bioenergetics of the cell // Future of Science. International Yearbook, Issue 7. oscow: Znanie, 1974. P. 152-163, portr. (the number of copies published: 98500). [In collaboration: Yasaitis A., S.A.O.] Bacteriorhodopsin, membranes and photosynthesis // Priroda (Nature). 1975. No.3. P. 5864, portr. Conservation of Animal World. Moscow, Znanie Press. 1979. 64 p., tab. Bibliogr. 19 refs. [In collaboration: Yablokov A.V., S.A.O.]. [The Award received: The Honorary Diploma and Prize at the All-Union Competition for the Best Popular Science Books]. ( A.., ..O. . .: . 1979) [ - ]; Toward the theory of living nature conservation. // Man and Nature, 1982, 7: 7-64, portr. [In collaboration: A.V.Yablokov, S.A.O.]. (A.., ..O. // . 1982. 7. .7-64, .); Weapons of plants [Biochemical ecology a new scientific discipline] // Zinatne un Tohnika (Science and Technology, in Russian and Latvian, ISSN 0201-7857, Riga). 1983. No. 11 (280), P. 18-19, fig. [The new terms and concepts introduced: ecological chemoregulators, ecological chemomediators]. Biochemistry and Environmental Conservation: in Search for Regulators. Man and Nature, 1984, 4: 11-69, portr. [The new terms and concepts introduced: ecological chemoregulators, ecological chemomediators, biochemical ecology]; Problems of conservation of ecosystems: a conceptual analysis.- Man and Nature, 1984, 5: 3-15; Water conditioning in nature // S.O.K. (The abbreviation for the title of the Russian technical journal on conditioning and utilities 'Santekhnika. Otoplenie. Konditzionirovanie'). 2004. No. 8. P. 21-25. (in Rus.);

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Self-cleaning of water in nature. - Ecology and Life (= Ekologiya I Zhizn , Moscow, in Russ.). 2005. No. 7. 42-47 [It is the first popular article about the new modern hydroecological theory. Electronic text: www.ecolife.ru/news/content-7-2005e.shtml] Biological filters are an important part of the biosphere // Science in Russia. 2009. 2. P. 30-36. Figures. Bibliogr. 1 ref. [ISSN 0869-7078]. TV appearance (National TV, Channel 4). 2003, December 5 (40 min, on bioregulation in the biosphere; award for the best scientific presentation received [together with others]). Interviews Published: Interview. The newspaper Poisk. 2003. No. 22. . 16. Interview. The magazine New Akropol. 2003. No. 2 (33). p. 58-60, with the portr. http://www.manwb.ru/articles/science/natural_science/WaterEqu_ElBel/ Interview. S.O.K. (abbreviation of the name of the technical journal on environmental engineering). 2005. No. 1. P. 15-17, with the portr. ( ... 2005. 1. . 15-17, portr. (photo) Interview: Visiting Professors Researching Water Quality // UGA Engineering (The Newsletter of the University of Georgia Faculty of Engineering) 2005 vol. 4. No. 2, p. 1-3. (in English). Interview. Ecology and Water, Newspaper "Moscow University" 2005. No. 1-2 (41064107) January. p.4. (interviewer: Elena Erova). Communication of scientific achievements to the broader audience using other mass media: 04 December 2003. Bioregulation of communities. All-Russia TV. 43 min. A. Gordon Program. http://www.ntv.ru/gordon/archive/20610/ 21 June 2006. Broadcasting: All-Russia program 'People's Radio'. Topic: Aquatic Ecosystems. 40 min. 25 July 2006. Broadcasting: The All-Russia Channel 'People's Radio'. Topic: Aquatic Resources, Ecosystems, Organisms: Application of the Scientific Achievements of Ecology and Hydrobiology. 45 min. 12.1.09. Broadcasting: The All-Russia Channel 'People's Radio'. Topic: Presentation of the new book Aquatic Organisms in Water SelfPurification (2008). Aquatic resources, ecosystems, organisms: new experiments on phytoremediation and application of the scientific achievements of ecology (60 min).

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Bibliography. Part 6. Comments in published editions, reviews; other forms of evaluation of publications and works The research, publications, and presentations by S. Ostroumov were mentioned and commented in the editions: Parnes T.L., Bagotsky S.V. Meeting dedicated to memory of Nikolai Ivanovich Vavilov. Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Biology, Soil Science. 1968. No.2. p.125-127. [about the invited presentation given by S.A.O. on the main scientific achievements of Prof. N.I. Vavilov at the meeting at the Faculty of Biology and Soil Science of Moscow University, 27.11.1967 (among other invited speakers, Profs. M.V. Gorlenko, N.V. Timofeev-Resovsky, N.A. Bazilevskaya)]. Who's Who in the World, 24th Edition, 2007 (Publisher: Marquis Who's Who, 890 Mountain Ave, Suite 4, Box 5, New Providence NJ 07974, USA world@marquiswhoswho.com) [the biographies of 50,000 of the most accomplished men and women from around the globe and all fields of endeavor]. [about the author] - In: Bioenergetics of the Cell. Future of Science. International Yearbook, Issue 7. oscow: Znanie, 1974. P. 152, portr. (The number of copies published: 98500). [on the author/author] In: "Conservation of Animal World: Problems and Prospects". oscow. Znanie Press. 1979, p. 2. [on the author/author] In: Man and Nature. 1982, No. 7, p. 8, portr. Newspaper "Moscow University" 27.9.1982 [on the series of the seminars on global ecology and environment that were organized by S.A.O.]. [on the author] In: Man and Nature. 1984, No. 4, p.11, portr. Gordeyeva M.M. The session of the USSR Academy of Sciences Scientific Council on the Issues in Biogeocoenology and Conservation of Nature. (Puschino-on-the Oka, Moscow Region, 6-8.4.1983). Botanical Journal, 1985, V.70, No. 2, P. 292-294 [about the invited presentation made by S.A.O. on conservation biology]; [About the authors] In the book: Opazvane na Zhivata Priroda (= Conservation of Living Nature). Zemizdat Press. Sofia] 1989, page 189. In Bulgarian language. Newspaper Veernk (Bratislava, Czechoslovakia), 1 March 1990 [announcing the lecture to be delivered by S.A.O. on chemical pollution of the environment on 5 March, 1990]. In Slovak language. U.S.A. Newspaper Press & Sun-Bulletin (Binghamton, New York), 1991, March 6, "Pollution a World Problem" (by Edie Lau, staff writer), portr. (about the lecture by S.A.O. at the State University of New York, the University Center at Binghamton, NY, March 6, 1991). Donkin, Peter. Visit by Dr. Sergei Ostroumov. - PML News [Plymouth Marine Laboratory News, editor Carol Addison, the newsletter published at the Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Plymouth, Great Britain], 1995 (July), Issue No 78, p. 4. [Comment on the research project conducted by S.A.Ostroumov, sponsored by EERO]. Eco-Ethics International Union: EEIU Founders, Chapters and Chairpersons. Oldendorf/Luhe, International Ecology Institute. 1999. Page 1. In the book: Moscow University. Yearbook-2001. Moscow. Moscow University Press, 2002, p. 394-395. [On the dissertation (towards the degree of Doctor Science) of S... 93

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Detailed presentation of the main scientific discoveries and results presented in the dissertation, p. 394-395]. "Vestnik RAEN" (Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences) 2002. V.2. No. 3. p.65 (about the international conference Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms - 4). History of the Department of Hydrobiology. Moscow, Oikos Press, 2003. 144 p. (pages 53, 62, 63, 65, 66, 85). Newspaper "Izvestiya" 21.06.2003 [on a scientific paper that was authored by S.A.O. in DAN]. "Priroda" (a journal of the Russian Academy of Sciences) 2003. No. 12. p. 76. Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms - 4 (about the international conference). Biology of Seas (a journal of the Russian Academy of Sciences). 2003. V.29. No.4. P.294 (in Russian). On the Fourth International Conference Water Ecosystems and Organisms-4 - Russian Journal of Marine Biology, 2003, Volume 29, No. 4, p. 262-263 (in English) [Publisher: MAIK Nauka Interperiodica; ISSN Print: 1063-0740; ISSN Online: 1608-3377]. [Original Russian Text Copyright 2003 by Biologiya Morya. Chronicles: On the Fourth International Conference Water Ecosystems and Organisms-4; (Biologia Morya is a journal of the Russian Academy of Sciences; ISSN 0134-3475]. http://www.springerlink.com/content/hk05665552528360/; http://scipeople.com/uploads/materials/4389/3.RJMarBiol.On.4th.International.Confe rence.doc; http://scipeople.com/publication/67888/; Newspaper "Moscow News", No. 48 (23-29. 12. 2003), . 24. Averyanova V. The 5th International Conference "Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms". Newspaper "Moscow University", No. 36 (4054), 2003 (October), p. 5. The Aquatic Ecologists of Year were mentioned: Profs. .. Vinogradov, R. Wetzel, H. Dumont. In electronic form: [massmedia.msu.ru/newspaper/newspaper/4054/all/nauka.htm (about the 5th conference in 2003)]; "Hydrobiological Journal". 2003. No. 5. p.119. [About the international conference "Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms"]. Annals of Journal Articles (Letopis' Zhurnalnykh Statej). 2003. No. 50, p.50, item No. 98736 on the paper: S.A.O. Ecological concepts, ecosystem, biogeocoenosis, boundaries of ecosystems: the quest for new definitions. Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Ser. 16. Biology 2003. No. 3. P.43-50. Annals of Journal Articles (Letopis' Zhurnalnykh Statej). 2003. No. 51, p.40, item No. 100602 on the paper: Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms - 4 (about the international conference) // Biology of Seas. 2003. V.29. No.4. .294 . Newspaper "Moscow University " 2004, No. 19 (4080) May; p. 4. [About the 6th international conference 'Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms''in 2004; the names of the finalists for the honorary title of Aquatic Ecologist of Year]; the electronic version: http://massmedia.msu.ru/newspaper/newspaper/4080/all/newsw.htm (with color photographs) "Vestnik RAEN" (Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences) 2004. V. 4, No. 2, p.74. About the international conference 'Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms 6'; International Conference (Poster Session) "Water Ecosystems and Organisms-6". Izvestia Samarskogo nauchnogo tsentra RAN (Bulletin of the Samara Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences = . 2004. 94

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No. 2, p. 440-441. (Without coauthors)]. www.ssc.smr.ru/ftp/2003_2007/sod_2004_2.pdf Hydrobiology as a factor of economic growth ( ) // "oscow University" No. 38 (4099) November 2004, p.3. (the book was mentioned: S.A.O. "Biotic mechanism of self-purification of freshwater and marine water", 2004). International Conference (poster session) "Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms 6" 18-19 May, 2004, Moscow. Voda i Ekologiya (Water and Ecology), 2004, No. 2, p.80-82 [Chair of the Organizing Committee S.A.O.; information is presented on the awarding of the honorary title "Aquatic Ecologist of the Year" for 2003 J. Likens, .Kinne, A.F.Alimov (..), D.S.Pavlov (..), V.D.Fedorov (..), V.D.Romanenko (..)]; Finnish newspaper 'Etel-Suomen Sanomat' 2004, 10 August, page 5, the article 'Lenkkareilla Kuulemaan Vesitieteest'; Scientific Bibliography [the list of publications by S.A.Ostroumov; reviews of the books authored by S.A.O.]. MAX Press. Moscow, 2004. 45 p. ( [ ...; ]. .: , 2004, 45 ). ISBN 5-317-01106-X. [about the conference 'Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms-6' and the presentation made by S.A.O.] Siberian Ecological Journal, 2004, No. 6, p. 933-935; [ = Siberian Journal of Ecology = Sibirskiy ekologicheskiy zhurnal; ISSN 0869-8619; http://www.sibran.ru/English/SECJE.HTM ]; Ecology and Life. 2004. No. 6 (41) P.50. [about the conference 'Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms-6' and the presentation made by S.A.O.; on the awarding of the honorary title "Aquatic Ecologist of the Year" for 2003 to Profs. G. Likens, .Kinne, A.F.Alimov, D.S.Pavlov, V.D.Fedorov, V.D.Romanenko] [ // . 2004. No. 6 (41), .50. ( ... 6- . ". "; - " " 2003 .)]; S. A. Ostroumov. 55th anniversary. - Ecology of Environment. 2004. No. 4 (22), p. 80 [".. 55" // . . 2004. 4 (22), .80]; Sergei Andreevich Ostroumov // 80th anniversary of the Department of Hydrobiology [of Moscow University] (Moscow, KMK Press, 2004, 264 p.) pp. 155-156, portr. [80 / . .. . (.: . 2004. 264 .), . 155-156, .]. [about the author] Ostroumov Sergei Andreevich (in Ukrainian) // Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (= = i i ii). 2004. No. 4 (22), P.81. [about the author] Ostroumov Sergei Andreevich (in Ukrainian) // Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (= = i i ii). 2004. No. 6 (24), .97. 95

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About the author. In the book: Biotic mechanism of self-purification of freshwater and marine water. Elements of theory and applicaitons. .: MAX-Press. 2004, p.90. (in English); The conference 'Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms-6' [The chair of the organizing committee was S.A.O.]. Biology of Seas, 2005, v. 31, No. 1, p. 70-71 (Biologia Morya, a journal of the Russian Academy of Sciences; ISSN 0134-3475); mentioning the awarding of the honorary title 'Aquatic Ecologist of the Year, 2003' to Profs. J. Likens, .Kinne, A.F.Alimov (..), D.S.Pavlov (..), V.D.Fedorov (..), V.D.Romanenko (..); Scientific Bibliography [the list of publications by S.A.Ostroumov; reviews of the books authored by S.A. Ostroumov]. MAX Press. Moscow, 2005. 88 p. ( [ ...; ]. .: , 2005, 88 . . . . 5,5). ISBN 5-317-01377-1. Russian scientist to lecture at UGA [University of Georgia]. Sunday Athens Banner Herald (Newspaper, Georgia, U.S.A.) 2005, March 6 [on the lecture of S.A.O.]; Columns (Newspaper, Georgia, U.S.A.) 2005, March 7 [on the lecture of S.A.O. Studying Biotic Processes Relevant to Water Quality: Towards Qualitative Theory of Aquatic Biomachinery, University of Georgia, Athens]; Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms and Innovations [about the 7th international conference "Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-7" 15.10.2005]. Moscow University (newspaper published since 1756), No. 37 (4142), 2005, November, p.5 [mentioned: the research done by S.A.O. and his graduate student E.A. Manchenko, his book "Pollution, Self-Purification and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems", 2005; names of Aquatic Ecologists of Year 2004, Academician L.M.Sushchenya, Profs. L.P.Braginsky, W. Lampert]. About the author. Science. Education. Innovations. 2005. V.3. P. 35-36. [on awarding the honorary title Aquatic Ecologist of Year 2002 Award, and Hutchinson Science Laureate Award (2005) to Robert Wetzel]. SIL (The International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology) News. 2005. Vol. 46. P.2. [www.limnology.org]. Bulletin of Moscow Society of Natural Science Researchers (Bulletin of MOIP), Section of Geology [on the activities of the section of petrography, Chairman Academician A.A.Marakushev)]. 2005. V. 80, No. 5, P.57 [about the presentation made on 6.02.2005 by S.A.O.]. Mollusks accelerate the sedimentation of organic matter. Priroda (Nature, Moscow). 2005. No. 12. p. 68 (about innovations in the S. A. Ostroumov's paper which was published in 'Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Ser. Biol.' 2005. Vol. 31. p. 24-33). Department of Hydrobiology. - In: Biological Faculty of M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University. Moscow: KMK Press, 2005. p. 89 97 [on teaching and lecturing activity of S.A.O. see p.95; on his research activity see p.96]. On the 7th international conference dedicated to 250th anniversary of Moscow University // Hydrobiological Journal (Gidrobiologicheskiy Zhurnal). 2005. No. 2, p.113. Ability of synthetic surfactants to decrease the filtering activity of bivalves (Diploma of Scientific Discovery No. 274). - Scientific Discoveries (Collection of short description of scientific discoveries 2005) (Editor: O.L.Kuznetsov) oscow. The International 96

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Academy of Authors of Scientific Discoveries and Inventions. 2006. P. 5-8. Bibliogr. 7 refs. ISBN 5-87499-062-8 [about the scientific discovery made by S.A.O.]. Lyashchenko T. High technologies to protect ecosystems [the invited lecture by S.A.O. 'Search for ecotechmologies in combatting pollution of marine and freshwater aquatic systems' delivered as the 60th academic readings/address by distinguished scholars at I.M.Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas on 18th May 2006]. Poisk (newspaper of I.M.Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas) 2006, June, No.11, p. 3, portr. Abakumov V.A. Development of some concepts and issues of ecology and hydrobiology. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, v. 11, p. 34-38. Bibliogr. 47 refs. [Comments on and summary of new results in S.A. Ostroumov's publications in 1986-2004]. 4th Biogeochemical School. Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2006. No. 1 (1). P. 199-212 [about 3 presentations made by S.A.O. see pages 201 and 209]. Review: E.A.Kriksunov. The new developments in studying contemporary issues of ecology, hydrobiology, and environmental sciences. [A review of volume 11 of the series "Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions" (Moscow, Max Press, 2006, 208 p., ed. by S.A.O.)]. Ecology of Environment and Life Safety. 2006, No. 6. p.93. Scientific and Educational Activity at the Department of Hydrobiology of Moscow State University. Moscow. MAX Press. 2006. 8 p. On the conference Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-7 Bulletin Samarskaya Luka. 2006. No.17. p. 304-308. www.ievbran.ru/Print/Periodika/SL/%20%20 %2017/PDF/.pdf -. International conference 'Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-8'. Water of Russia ("Voda Rossii", a newspaper). 2006. No. 11. p.3. [The names are mentioned of the awardees of the honorary title of Aquatic Ecologist of the Year (2005): E.A.Kriksunov, J.Widdows, M.Munawar, M.Saad and the others]. E. Volkova (correspondent). Aquatic ecosystems, organisms, innovation. - Newspaper "University of Moscow. 2006, No. 38 (4187), November, p. 2 [on the 8th International Conference Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations - 8, including the presentations made by S.A. Ostroumov. Mentioned: the title Aquatic Ecologist of Year was awarded to the scientists of Russia, Ukraine, Canada and Egypt]. http://massmedia.msu.ru/newspaper. Dobrovolsky G.V. About development of some concepts of the teaching on the biosphere (the 80th anniversary of the publication of the book 'Biosphere' by V.I.Vernadsky). Water: Technology and Ecology. 2007. No. 1, p. 63-68. Abstracts in Rus. and Eng. Bibliogr. 35 refs. (about the contributions made by S.A.O. to the theory of the biosphere, to improving education and teaching in biospheric sciences; on usefulness of the concepts and terms proposed by S.A.O.: ecological chemoregulators, ecological chemomediators, the biosphere as ecological-biochemical continuum; types of migration of the matter in the biosphere, including stochastic, vectorial, cyclic, and acyclic types of migration). 8th international conference 'Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-8'. Siberian Ecological Journal. 2007. No.1. p.137-139 [ = Siberian Journal of Ecology = Sibirskiy ekologicheskiy zhurnal; ISSN 0869-8619; http://www.sibran.ru/English/SECJE.HTM ]

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[on many of the presentations at the conference; names were given of the awardees of the honorary title of Aquatic Ecologist of the Year (2005): E.A.Kriksunov, T.I.Moiseenko, G. S. Rosenberg, Yu. P. Zaitzev, G. E. Shulman, J.Widdows, M.Munawar, M.Saad]. 8th international conference 'Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-8'. - Water: Technology and Ecology. 2007. No.1. p. 69-79. [On many of the presentations at the conference including those by S.A.O.; the names were given of the awardees of the honorary title of Aquatic Ecologist of the Year (2005): E.A.Kriksunov, T.I.Moiseenko, G. S. Rosenberg, Yu. P. Zaitsev, G. E. Shulman, J.Widdows, M.Munawar, M.Saad]. 8th international conference 'Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-8'. Water Management of Russia [Ekaterinburg]. 2006. No. 6. p. 79-85. (in Rus.). [On the presentations at the conference including those by S.A.O.; the names were given of the awardees of the honorary title of Aquatic Ecologist of the Year (2005): E.A.Kriksunov, T.I.Moiseenko, G. S. Rosenberg, Yu. P. Zaitzev, G. E. Shulman, J.Widdows, M.Munawar, M.Saad]. 8th International conference "Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-8"."Ecological Chemistry" (ISSN 0869-3498), 2007, v. 16, issue 1, p. 61-66. Review of the series "Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions" (volumes 1-11). "Ecological Chemistry" (ISSN 0869-3498), 2007, v. 16, issue 1, p. 67. About the author. In: Hydrobiological self-purification of water: from studies of biological mechanisms to search of ecotechnologies. oscow: Publishers Oil and Gas of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gaz, 2007, 52 p. Abakumov V.A. New achievements in the studies of aquatic ecosystems and organisms: the concept of ecological repair. - Water: Technology and Ecology. 2007. No. 2. p.70-71. Bibliogr. 4 refs. A concise abstract: In the recent publication (S.A.O. Siberian Ecological Journal. 2006. No. 3. p. 339-343) it was demonstrated that there are some fundamental analogies between the functioning of the system of repair of genetic material and the system of processes leading to water purification in ecosystems. The both systems exemplify some important anti-entropy processes. Therefore, the author of the paper (Sib. Ecol. J. 2006, No.3, p. 339-343) introduced a new fundamental concept of ecological repair. Biological mechanisms of water self-purification are in essence the mechanisms for ecological repair of water quality. [A note on the coauthor, S.A.O.]. In: Introduction to Ecology. 2-nd edn. MAX-Press. Moscow. 2007, p. 62. Toderash I. (Member of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova). On the 40th anniversary of S.A.Ostroumov's professional creative activity. Buletinul Academiei de Stiinte a Moldovei. Stiintele Vientii (Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Life Sciences; , " "), 2007, No. 1 (301), p.186-190. Bibliogr. 18 refs. Dobrovolsky G.V. (Member, the Russian Academy of Sciences). On the 80th anniversary of the book 'The Biosphere' by V.I.Vernadsky. Developing some important parts of the teaching on the biosphere. Ecological Chemistry (ISSN 0869-3498), 2007, v.16(3), p.135143. Bibliogr. 60 refs. [Among the fundamental concepts mentioned and supported in the article are the following concepts originally formulated by S.A.Ostroumov: ecological chemoregulators and ecological chemomediators, ecological-biochemical continuum of the biosphere, new definitions of ecosystem and biogenocoenosis, the new typology of migration of matter in the biosphere etc.]. 98

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Kapitsa A.P. (Member, Russian Academy of Sciences) Formulation of fundamental principles for foundation of the theory of the apparatus of the biosphere. Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (Kiev). 2007. No. 1 (37). P. 68-71. Bibliogr. 29 refs [the fundamental principles mentioned and supported in the article are the concepts that were originally formulated by S.A.Ostroumov, including the basics of a new scientific discipline, biochemical ecology, and the new concepts; his 28 publications comprise the lion share of the Bibliography of the paper that includes 29 refs.] In English. On the 40th anniversary of the professional creative activity of Sergei Andreevich Ostroumov. Water Management of Russia. 2007. No. 4, p.83-85, portr. ISSN 19994508. http://elibrary.ru/item.asp?id=9586114 Abakumov V.A. Innovative approaches to remediation and restoration of polluted aquatic systems. Water: Technology and Ecology. 2007. No. 4. p. 69-73. Bibliogr. 23 refs. Abstracts in Russ. and Eng. p.84. [the paper by S.A.O. 'Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology, 2007, 1(3): 83-97, is commented as a valuable and useful contribution to the scientific basis for restoration, remediation and rehabilitation of polluted aquatic systems: "In thisvaluable and useful study some theoretical and methodological basics of the use of aquatic organisms (hydrobionts) [macrophytes and invertebrates] for purposes of remediation of polluted aquatic organisms" (p. 69)]. Kapitsa A.P. Establishing the fundamental principles for the theory of the apparatus of the biosphere. Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2007, No. 2 (4), 14. Bibliogr. 35 refs. (in English). Abstract in Russian. Abakumov V.A. New concept in the development of the theory of water self-purification: ecological repair. Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2007, No. 2 (4), 45-46. Abakumov V.A. New advances in remediation and restoration of polluted aquatic systems. Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2007, No. 2 (4), 98100. Fedorov V.D. The new in studying aquatic ecosystems. - Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions" 2007, . 12, .112-113 [on the publications by S.A.O.: Usp. Sovr. Biuol. (...), 2004, .124: 429-442; Ekol. Khimiya (.), 2004 13: 186-194; Vodnye Resursy (. ), 2005, 32: 337-347; Ekologiya (), 2005, No.6, p.452-459; Voda I Ekologiya ( ), 2006, 3, p.45-49; Environment Ecology ( . . .) 2006, 6, p.63-68; Probl. Biogeokhimii (.. . ), 2007, 1(3) p.83-97; book "Biological Effects of Surfactants"]. Ostroumov Sergei Andreevich [a concise description of his scientific expertise and the field of interests, and the bibliography of the main 5 monographs published during the period 1983 2004] In the book: Rozenberg G.S. Ecology in Pictures. Togliatti. Publishing house of the Institute of Ecology of Volga Basin, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2007, p.146. ISBN 978-5-93424-298-6. [In the section on the biographies of 378 ecologists of the world]. Mitropolskiy A. 40 years of the creative activity of Sergei Andreevich Ostroumov - Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity (= Ecology of surroundings and safety of vital activity, Ekologiya Okruzhayushchei Sredy i Bezopasnost Zhiznedeyatelnosti). 2007. No.5. p.81-85. Bibliogr. 11 refs. (The list of 11 published reviews of the books 99

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authored by S.A.O.) ISSN 1726-5428. [Mitropolskiy A. Corresponding Member, Natl Acad. Sci. of Ukraine, Laureate of the State Award in Science and Technology]. Abstract: In the paper, a brief analysis is given of some of the contributions of Dr. S.A.Ostroumov (Moscow State University) to biology and ecology. Among the area involved are the following issues: developing concepts on the apparatus of the biosphere as an important factor for the formation of the geological environment including the hydrosphere; links among ecology and chemistry of natural compounds; the role of chemicals as mediators in interactions among organisms and the transfer of signals in the biosphere; the role of man-made impacts that lead to some decrease in the biospheric and hydrospheric functions of the living matter; the biosphere as the ecological-biochemical continuum; additional discoveries in the active transforming role of the living matter as exemplified by the aquatic organisms which are filter-feeders; new typology of the biogeochemical transfers of matter; creating a more adequate system of priorities to assess hazards of the chemical pollution of the biosphere; using various organisms to clean the environment; developing educational programs and teaching aids. [http://eko.org.ua/en/magazine/5-2007/]. Fedorov V.D. Letter to the Editor. - Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity 2007. No.5. .86. [Laudatory comments on a series of publications authored by S.A.O.]. In honour of the 40th anniversary of Sergey Andreevich Ostroumovs creative work // Issues of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology ( =Problemy biogeokhimii i geohimicheskoj ekologii), 2008, No. 1 (5), p.118-126. Discovery of a New Type of Hazardous Anthropogenic Impact in Ecology of Animals and the Biosphere: Inhibition of the Filtration Activity of Bivalves by Surfactants. Moscow. MAX Press. 2008. 104 p. Bibliogr. 63 refs. [The materials of the scientific discovery of the inhibitory effects of synthetic surfactants of three classes on the filtering activity of bivalves are given. The finding of those effects was recognized as a scientific discovery that was certified by the Diploma of Scientific Discovery (No. 274). The priority of the discovery was 9.08.2000. The author of the discovery is Dr. S.A. Ostroumov. In the book, a collection of materials on how surfactants affect filtering activity of bivalves is presented. The materials include an abstract of a series of publications of S.A. Ostroumov on that matter, a list of bibliography, a collection of comments and opinions of experts in ecology and ecotoxicology, a list of websites that contain information on relevant publications, and a list of the educational materials that were updated using those publications and results. The discovery demonstrates a new type of ecological hazards from the chemical pollution of the biosphere, sets some new priorities in the assessment of manmade impact on the biosphere and the prevention of the most important types of chemical pollution of aquatic environment. A preface to the book is written by Prof. G.V. Dobrovolsky, who is a top-rank member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, an expert in the science of the biosphere, and Prof. E.A. Kriksunov, who is also a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences].

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[about the scientific presentation made by S.A.O.] Chernova O.V., Kovaleva N. O. On the work of the Scientific Workshop on Theoretical Problems of Soil Science in 2004 2006 (Chronicle). - Eurasian Soil Science. 2007. Volume 40, Number 10. P.1140-1144 [Publisher MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica distributed by Springer Science+Business O. V. ISSN 1064-2293 (Print) 1556-195X (Online)]. Presentation of the book on a scientific discovery. Moscow University [a newspaper, Moscow]. 2008. No. 25 (4256) p. 8. (September) [on the presentation of the book: Discovery of a New Type of Hazardous Anthropogenic Impact in Ecology of Animals and the Biosphere: Inhibition of the Filtration Activity of Bivalves by Surfactants. Moscow. MAX Press. 2008. 104 p.]. In electronic form: http://massmedia.msu.ru/newspaper; Review: Fedonkin M.A. Discovery of a New Type of Hazardous Anthropogenic Impact in Ecology of Animals and the Biosphere: Inhibition of the Filtration Activity of Bivalves by Surfactants. Editors G.V. Dobrovolsky, G.S.Rozenberg, I.K. Toderas. 2nd edition. Moscow. MAX Press. 2008. 108 p. Bibliogr. 63 refs. Portr. ISBN 978-5-317-02370-6 // Vestnik RAN. 2009. v.79. No.8. p.749-750]. [On the formation together with A.V.Yablokov of the basics of the theory of conservation and biodiversity protection, and of seven axioms of that theory see page 22] Klevezal G.A., Mina M.V. Short outline of the scientific, scientific-organizational, pedagogic, and public service activities. In the book: Alexey Vladimirovich Yablokov. Nauka Press, Moscow. 2008 (Material on Biobibliography of Scholars. Biosciences) P. 7-30. Zhirov V.K. (Corr. Member of RAS) Searching phytotechnologies to treat water (Letter to the Editor) - Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology, 2008, No.3 (7), p.155-156. Bibliogr. 12 refs. [Brief review and positive evaluation of 10 publications of S.A.O. on the interactions of surfactants and other xenobiotics with higher plants in order to develop phytotechnologies to treat water. The opinion is expressed that it is necessary to give full support to those studies]. Scientific Bibliography. S. A. Ostroumov / Moscow State University. - [3rd edition, updated]. - Moscow: MAX Press, 2008. - 207, [1] p. Foreword by Academicians G.V.Dobrovol'skij, M.P.Kirpichnikov, and N.P.Laverov - ISBN 978-5-317-02348-5. Information is presented on the books, papers, educational materials (including teaching aids, synopsises of new lecture courses, and other materials), and other publications by S.A.Ostroumov. http://www.bookchamber.ru/booksSpecial.htm Presentation of new books on aquatic ecology // Moscow University (newspaper). 2009, No. 10-11 (4281-4282), March-April. (http://www.massmedia.msu.ru/newspaper/ newspaper/428182/all/napolku.htm) [on the presentation of the book by S.A.O. Aquatic organisms in water self-purification and biogenic migration of elements, Moscow 2008 = ]; The 10th International Conference "Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-10" [Chronicle] // Biologiya Morya (= ; Biologiya Morya, a journal of the Russian Academy of Sciences; ISSN 0134-3475), 2009, Vol. 35, No. 4, p. 310-311. (English edition: Russian Journal of Marine Biology, ISSN Print: 1063-0740; ISSN Online: 16083377).

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10th International conference Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-10. - Scientific Bulletin Samarskaya Luka. 2009. No. 2, p.266. [http://www.ssc.smr.ru/ssc_sl.html; presidium@ssc.smr.ru]. Ermakov V.V. Studying interactions between pollutants and aquatic organisms // Water: Technology and Ecology. 2009. No. 2. P. 69 73. Bibliogr.: 28 refs. This is the authors comment on a string of some recent publications by S.A.O. that explored three topics: (1) interactions between organisms and pollutants that lead to water self-purification and control of water quality; (2) interactions between organisms and pollutants that lead to the accumulation of the pollutants in the tissues of those organisms; (3) studying of the allowable (tolerated) loads of pollutants on aquatic organisms (macrophytes) in order to contribute to ecotechnologies of water treatment the technologies that use organisms as factors in remediation of the aquatic environment. S.A.Ostroumov [a short biography], with portr. In the book: Encyclopaedia of MANEB. A special edition connected with the 15th anniversary of the MANEB. St-Petersburg. Publishing House REST (""). 2008. p. 232 233. ISBN 5-98049-006-X (978-598049-006-5). MANEB is the abbreviation of the Russian name of the professional society called International Academy of Ecology and Life Protection Sciences (IAELPS). About the publications and works of S. A. Ostroumov. 60th Anniversary // Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemial Ecology. 2009. No. 1 (9). p.150-152. Bibliography p. 151-152, including the list of 5 publications about S.A.Ostroumovs works, p.151-152 ; and selected bibliography of his 14 books, and 5 articles, p.152). Portr. (photo). In English. Fedonkin M.A., Member, Russian Academy of Scienses. On the research of links among the issues of self-purification of water and biogenic migration of elements in the biosphere // Environmental Chemistry, 2009, 18 (1): 60-61. [Letter to the Editor. A positive evaluation of the publications: Self-Purification of Aquatic Organisms in the Water and Biogenic Migration of Elements. (2008) Moscow: MAKS-Press; Aquatic ecosystems: oversized diversified bioreactor with a function of self-purification of water. DAN, (2000) 374(3): 427-429; About biotic self-purification of aquatic ecosystems. Elements of the theory. DAN, (2004) 396(1): 136-141; On some issues of maintaining water quality and its purification. Water Resources. (2005) 32(3): 337-347; About polyfunctional role of biota in self-purification of aquatic ecosystems. Ecology. (2005) 6: 452-459; The role of biotic factors in the formation of self-purification of water quality and aquatic ecosystems. Ecol. Chem., (2004) 13: 186-194; Study of the stability of aquatic macrophytes Potamogeton crispus L. to sodium dodecyl sulfate. Vestn. Mosk. Univ. Ser. Biology, (2007) 4: 39-42; Some aspects of water filtering activity of filterfeeders. Hydrobiologia, (2005) 542(1): 275-286; Suspension-feeders as factors influencing water quality in aquatic ecosystems. In: The Comparative Roles of Suspension-Feeders in Ecosystems. Eds. R.F. Dame, S. Olenin, Springer, Dordrecht, (2004) p. 147-164; Inhibitory analysis of top-down control: new keys to studying eutrophication, algal blooms, and water self-purification. Hydrobiologia. (2002) 469: 117129; Studying effects of some surfactants and detergents on filter-feeding bivalves. Hydrobiologia. (2003) 500: 341-344; Effect of synthetic surface - active substances on hydrobiological mechanisms of self-purification of aquatic environments. Water Resources. (2004) 31(5): 546-555; Biological Effects of Surfactants. (2006) CRC Press. Taylor & Francis].

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Zhirov V.K. (Corresponding Member of Russian Acad. Sci.) On new research on interractions between pollutants and macrophytes in connection with studies of their phytoremediation potential // Water technology and ecology. 2009. No.1. p. 7274 [Letters to editor. On new research on interactions between pollutants and macrophytes in connection with studies of their phytoremediation potential. The letter to editor is the response of the author to some innovative and useful publications on experiments on interactions between pollutants and macrophytes, which is important to create the scientific basis for phytoremediation and use of phytotechnologies. The studies of macrophytes Elodea canadensis Mchk., Potamogeton crispus L., Najas guadelupensis L., Fontinalis antipyretica L., Salvinia natans L., Salvinia auriculata Aubl. are commented by the author with reference to their phytoremediation potential]. Key words: pollutants, macrophytes, phytoremediation, phytotechnologies, surfactants, detergents, Elodea canadensis, Potamogeton crispus, Najas guadelupensis, Fontinalis antipyretica, Salvinia natans, Salvinia auriculata. The anniversary of Sergei A. Ostroumov // Water Management in Russia. [=Vodnoe Khozjajstvo Rossii] 2009. No. 3. [section: Info. Chronicle. Reviews] [http://www.wrm.ru/news/show.php?id=201] 60th anniversary of Sergei A. Ostroumov // Ecological Chemistry 2009, 18 (2): p. 99-101. portr. (photo). http://thesa-store.com/eco/ [Information on the scientific and organizational and pedagogical activities S.A. Ostroumov]. In the book: Encyclopedia of Scientists of Russia. Moscow, Publishing House Academy of Natural Sciences (= Akademiya Estestvoznaniya). 2009. v.5, p. 328. [3300 scientists and specialists of Russia. ISBN 978-5-913270-66-5; Hard cover]. Site of the Encyclopedia: www.famous-scientists.ru. Toderas I. [Academician-Secretary of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova], Kriksunov E.A., Rozenberg G., Ermakov V. V. Scientific activity of S.A.Ostroumov, Doctor in Biology. - Buletinul Academiei de Stiinte a Moldovei. Stiintele Vietii (Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Life Sciences = . ). 2009. No.1 (307). P.180-184. Bibliogr. 25 refs. ISSN 1857-064X. In English. http://idea.emind.ru/discovery/show/67 (about the scientific discovery); http://catalog.loc.gov/ (The Library of Congress); http://www.famous-scientists.ru/3732/; www.allconferences.com/conferences/20050509145343/; www.ceu.hu/crc/Syllabi/alumni/envsci/ostroumov.html; massmedia.msu.ru/newspaper/newspaper/4054/all/nauka.htm (about the 5th conference on aquatic ecosystems in 2003); http://massmedia.msu.ru/newspaper/newspaper/4080/all/newsw.htm (about the 6th conference on aquatic ecosystems in 2004, with color photographs); www.uga.edu/news/artman/publish/050302ostoumov.shtml; http://www.irex.ru/alumni/success/ostroumov; http://www.irex.org/programs/ci/spotlight/05Jan-May/Ostroumov.pdf (policy brief: recommendations for policymakers); 103

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www.bio.msu.ru; www.eeiu.org (about EEIU Moscow Chapter); eko.org.ua/ua/?journal; www.eko.org.ua/ru/?journal; psychosphera.boom.ru/Raznoe/Raznoe.html; www.meteo.ru/izdan/ukazat07.htm; www.aquakultura.ru/articles/details/16.htm; www.engineering.uga.edu/seminar8-05.pdf (seminar lecture: Towards Qualitative Theory Of Aquatic Biomachinery, University of Georgia, GA, U.S.A., 2005); www.engineering.uga.edu/winter 05.pdf; http://www.irex.org [Policy Brief: Sergey A. Ostroumov, May 6, 2005: ecosystems, and water quality]; http://www.ntv.ru/gordon/archive/20610/; http://www.allconferences.com/conferences/20050509135343/ [on the 7th Intl Conference Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations]; http://www.eeiu.org/chapters/moscow2/reports.html#ostroumov121206; http://www.environetbase.com/ejournals/books/book_summary/summary.asp?id=4575; http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=t713393886~tab=editorialboar d; www.tgizdat.ru (on the conference "Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-8", October 20, 2006); http://www.ocean.ru/content/view/336/89/ [on the 9th Intl Conference Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations]; According to the web page of the publisher, in 2006 the following paper was on the list of 5 Most Viewed Articles. (Most viewed articles are the full-text articles from this journal that have been accessed most frequently within the last 90 days, according to the analysis of Internet activity): Ostroumov S. A. On the Multifunctional Role of the Biota in the Self-Purification of Aquatic Ecosystems // Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 36, No. 6, 2005, pp. 414420. [Translated from 'Ekologiya', No. 6, 2005, pp. 452459]. Published Reviews of the S.A.Ostroumov's books Published reviews of the book Yablokov A.V. and Ostroumov S.A. Nature Conservation. Problems and Prospects: Prof. Lavrenko .. (Academician, Full Member, Academy of Sciences; Ex-President, the Russian Botanical Society) Review // Botanical Journal. - 1984. - No. 12. - P. 1706 1710; Book and Art in the USSR [Kniga I Iskusstvo v SSSR]. 1983. No. 2/37. P.23; ISSN 0201 8543; (in Rus.); Books and Art in the USSR. 1983. No. 2/37, P.23; ISSN 0201 8500 (in English); Buch und Kunst in der UdSSR. 1983. No.2. P.21; ISSN 0201 8527 (in German); El libro y el arte en la URSS. 1983. No.2, p. 21; (in Spanish);

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Amstislavsky A. To think globally, to act locally. Review of the book 'Conservation of Living Nature: Problems and Prospects' // Man and Nature. 1984. No. 9. p. 81-85; [annotation of the book] 'Conservation of Living Nature: Problems and Prospects' // Nature (Priroda). 1984. No.7. p. 123; Pleshakov A. Review of the book Conservation of Living Nature: problems and prospects. 1983 // Moskovskaya Pravda. 1984. June 15, p.3. Vostrikov L. Review of the book Conservation of Living Nature: Problems and Prospects. 1983 // Biology in School (Biologiya v Schkole). 1985. No. 3. p.72-73. Komarovskiy F.L. Review of the book Conservation of Living Nature: problems and prospects. 1983 // Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly. Biol. Nauki 1986. No. 4. p. 111112. Also, the book was positevely commented in the letter written by Prof. Peter Raven (March 28, 1984); Published reviews of the book Yablokov A.V. and Ostroumov S.A. Levels of Living Nature Conservation. 1985. Nauka Press. Moscow. 176 p., fig, tab.: Chesnokov N.I. Review of the book Levels of Conservation of Living Nature. 1985 // Priroda (Nature, Moscow, in Russian) 1986. 7. . 124-125. Published reviews of the book Ostroumov S.A. Introduction to Bio-Chemical Ecology: Priroda (Nature). 1987. No. 1. p.125. Professor Telitchenko M.M. Review of the book 'Introduction to Biochemical Ecology' // Bulletin of Moscow University. Ser. 16. Biology. 1986. No. 4. P. 58. Prof. Stavskaya S.S. // Physiology and Biochemistry of Cultivated Plants (published in Ukraine). 1988. v. 20, No. 1. p. 99 - 100. Prof. Pokarzhevsky .D., Semenova N.L. // Ecology. 1988. No. 2. p. 89 - 90. Prof. Sokolov .S. // grochemistry. 1987. No. 7. p. 135 -136. Prof. Laskorin B.N. (Full Member, Acad. Sci.) // Izvestia Acad. Sci. Ser. Biol. (Bulletin of Acad. Sci., Biological Series) 1991. No. 5. p. 799 - 800. Prof. Gusev .V. (Dean, the School of Biology, Moscow University) // Plant Physiology. V. 35. No. 2. p.412 - 413. Prof. Dubinin N.P. (Full Member, Acad. Sci.) // Izvestia Acad. Sci. Ser. Biol. (Bulletin of Acad. Sci., Biological series). 1988. No. 1. p. 799 - 800. Prof. B. Stugren. 'Introduction to Biochemical Ecology' by S.A. Ostroumov (review) // Studia Univ. Babes-Bolyai. Biologia (published in Romania, in English). 1987. No 2. P. 96 97. Dr. E. Symonides // Wiadomosci Ecologiczne (published in Poland, in Polish), V. 33. No. 2. P. 199-201. Review // J. General Biology. 1989. V. 50. No. 3. p. 429.

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Published reviews of the book Telitchenko M.M., Ostroumov S.A. Introduction to Problems of Bio-chemical Ecology: Prof. Sirenko L.A. // Hydrobiological Journal (published in Ukraine). 1992. - V. 28. No. 5. p. 108 - 109. Prof. Romanenko V.D. (Full Member, Acad. Sci. of Ukraine; Director, Institute of Hydrobiology; President of Hydroecological Society of Ukraine), Romanenko A.V. // Hydrobiological Journal (published in Kiev, Ukraine). 1992. V.28. No.2. p. 82-83. Published reviews of the book Yablokov A.V. and Ostroumov S.A. Conservation of Living Nature and Resources: Problems, Trends, Prospects. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, London, Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Barcelona, Budapest. Springer. (1991). XII. 272 p.: Hartshorn G. S. A Russian "Silent Spring". - BioScience, 1992, Vol. 42, No. 7, p. 559560. [BioScience is published by: American Institute of Biological Sciences] [on the book: Conservation of Living Nature and Resources: Problems, Trends, and Prospects by A. V. Yablokov; S. A. Ostroumov]. [Gary S. Hartshorn, World Wildlife Fund Washington, DC 20037]; Goldsmith F. B. Review: Conservation of Living Nature and Resources, by A. V. Yablokov; S. A. Ostroumov. - The Journal of Ecology, 1992. Vol. 80, No. 1, p. 186-187; Book review: Conservation of Living Nature and Resources: Problems Trends and Prospects, by A. V. Yablokov, S.A.Ostroumov. - Biological Conservation. 1993, Vol. 63, Issue 3, P. 271 [doi:10.1016/0006-3207(93)90728-J]; Dokumentation Natur und Landschaft (DNL) (Germany), 32 (1992) 1 (in German); Revista Espanola de Fisiologia (Spain). 48 (1992), 1 (in Spanish); Alauda (France). 61 (1993) 1 (in French); Mammalia (France). 57 (1993) 2, p. 304 (in French); Published reviews of the book Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants on Organisms (2001): Prof. Yakovlev S.V. (Full Member, Acad. Sci.) Review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants on Organisms (2001) // Vestnik Russian Academy of Sciences. 2002. v.72, No.11, p. 1038-1039. http://www.ras.ru/en/publishing/rasherald/rasherald_articleinfo.aspx?articleid=50a4f8157de7-413f-b2b7-f1489d99f4cb [Review of the book: S.A. Ostroumov, Biologicheskie effekty pri vozdeistvii poverkhnostno-aktivnykh veshchestv na organismy (The Impact of Surface Active Substances upon the Organisms: The Biological Effects). Author of the review: Academician, Prof. S.V.Yakovlev (Full Member, Russian Academy of Sciences; Director, VODGEO Institute)]. Prof. Vasiliev .F. (Full Member, Acad. Sci.) Review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants on Organisms (2001) // Vestnik Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, 2002, v.2, No.3, p. 65. Prof. Braginsky L.P., Prof. Sirenko L.A. Review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants on Organisms (2001) // Hydrobiological Journal (published in Kiev, Ukraine).2003, v.39, No.3, p.115-118. Prof. Rozenberg G.S. (Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Ecology of the Volga Basin, Russ. Academy of Sciences)

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Review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants on Organisms (2001) // Uspekhi Sovremennoi Biologii (Advances of Modern Biology). 2003. No. 6, p. 618-619. Published reviews of the book Ostroumov S.A. Biotic Mechanism of Self-Purification of Freshwater and Marine Water (2004) [Diploma to the book 'Biotic Mechanism of Selfpurification of Freswater and Marine Water' was awarded at the 7th International Conference Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations (2005)]: Malakhov V.V. (Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Chair of the Dept. of Zoology of Invertebrates, Moscow State University), Review of the book (Ostroumov, S.A., 2004. Biotic Mechanism of Self-purification of Freshwater and Marine Water. MAX Press, Moscow) // Ecol. Sci. Haz. Solutions. 2004. Vol.10. p.138. Rozenberg G.S. (Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Ecology of the Volga Basin, Russ. Acad. Sci.) Review of the book (Ostroumov, S.A., 2004. Biotic Mechanism of Self-purification of Freshwater and Marine Water. MAX Press, Moscow) // Advances of Modern Biol. 2005. No.3. P. 317-318. Published reviews of the book Ostroumov S.A. 'Pollution, Self-purification and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems' (2005): Fedorov V.D. Ecological sciences: from theory to practice and sustainable development. Review of the books by S.A.Ostroumov 'Pollution, Self-purification and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems' and 'Ecology and Hydrobiology'. - Ecological Systems and Instruments. 2006. No. 4. P.38-39. [on the author: Prof. Fedorov V.D. is the Chairperson, Department of Hydrobiology, Moscow State University]. Prof. Rumyantzev I.S., Zimnyukov V.A. Review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Pollution, Self-Purification, and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems. Moscow. MAX Press, 2005, 100 p. ISBN 5-317-01213-9. Ecological Chemistry, 2006, v. 15, No. 3, p. 211-212 [on the author: Prof. I.S. Rumyantzev is the President, The Academy of Water Science]. Prof. Abakumov V.A. Review of the book "Pollution, Self-Purification, and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems". Moscow. MAX Press, 2005, 100 p. Ecology of the Environment and Safety of Life Activity 4 (34), 2006, p.88-89 [the reviewer recommended to publish a new edition of the book]. Prof. Ermakov V.V. Review of the book "Pollution, Self-Purification, and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems. Moscow. MAX Press, 2005, 100 p." and of the collection of educational programs "Ecology and Hydrobiology" (Moscow. MAX Press, 2005). Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2007. v. 1(3). p.122-124. Prof. Braginsky L.P., Kalenichenko K.P., Ignatyuk A.A. (.. , .. , .. ). Generalized mechanisms of self-purification of natural waters. Review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Pollution, Self-Purification, and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems. Moscow. MAX Press, 2005, 100 p. // Hydrobiological Journal. 2007 - 43, 6. P.111-113. Published reviews of the book Ostroumov S.A. 'Ecology and Hydrobiology: Curricula of Lecture Courses (2005)': Fedorov V.D. (Chair of the Dept. of Hydrobiology, Moscow University). Ecological sciences: from theory to practice and sustainable development. Review of the books by S.A.Ostroumov 'Pollution, Self-purification and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems' and 'Ecology and Hydrobiology'. - Ecological Systems and Instruments. 2006. No. 4. P. 3839.

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Rozenberg G.S. (Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Director, Institute of Ecology of Volga Basin of Russian Academy of Sciences) [Review]. Water and Ecology. 2006. No.3. P. 70-75. Published reviews of the book Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants (2006): Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC / Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006, 279 p., ISBN 0-8493-2526-9. - SciTech Book News, 2006 (March), Vol.30, No.1, p.58; [ISSN 0196-6006] http://www.booknews.com/issues/sci-0603.pdf [a mini-review of the book; publisher:
Book News, Inc.; 5739 NE Sumner St.; Portland Oregon, 97218, U.S.A. Formal description of the journal: Reviews of new high-level books in all fields of science. Encompasses graduate level texts, serious scholarly treatises, and professional references; http://library.vtc.edu.hk/ejournalsearch/Detail.do?query=SciTech+Book+News];

Toderas I.K. (Academician-Secretary of the Section of the Biological, Chemical, and Ecological Sciences of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova), Ermakov V.V (Professor, head of the laboratory, Institute of Geochemistry, RAS). Novelty about ecological hazards of the chemicals that pollute aquatic environment. A review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p.). // Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Life Sciences (Buletinul Academiei de Stiinte a Moldovei. Stiintele Vietii). 2007, No. 2, p.169-172. Bibliogr. 10 refs. ["The book is a new significant step toward better knowledge and understanding the effects of chemical pollution on the biosphere" (p. 172)]. Petrosyan V.S. Review of the book: Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. - Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2007. vol. 12, p.117-119 (in English). Review of the book: Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p.). Bulletin Samarskaya Luka. - 2007. - V. 16, No. 4(22). - P. 864-867. Bibliogr. 10 refs. http://www.ssc.smr.ru/media/journals/samluka/2007/16_4_22.pdf Review of the book: Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. // Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2007. No. 2 (4). p.108. Review of the book: S.A. Ostroumov. Biological Effects of Surfactants (2006). Ecologica, 2008. .15, No. 51, p. 71-72. (YU ISSN 0354-3285; Belgrade; in English). Ermakov V.V. Review of the book: : Ostroumov S.A. Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. Toxicological Review [Toksikologicheskij Vestnik], 2009, No. 2, p. 40 (= .. . : Biological Effects of Surfactants. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis. Boca Raton, London, New York. 2006. 279 p. // , 2009, 2, .40). Also, a note was published: PROTECTING WATER QUALITY *BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF SURFACTANTS*, a 2006 technical monograph, begins with a chapter entitled, "Anthropogenic Impacts and Synthetic Surfactants as Pollutants of Aquatic Ecosystems," a clear signal as to author S. Ostroumov's concerns and focus. The hardbound work is said to provide a foundation for exploration of how hazardous wastes are absorbed in both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. The text presents information on actions required for remediation and restoring water quality. Approaches to counteract "toxic effects of man made surfactants using biological methods, including phytoremediation," are also discussed in the 296-page work, as well as protection 108

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measures to improve water quality. - IPMnet NEWS, October/November 2006, Issue no. 150 (ISSN: 1523-7893): http://209.85.135.104/search? q=cache:jV5iVD86ExwJ:www.ipmnet.org/IPMNews/2006/news150.html+Ostroumov+S. &hl=ru&ct=clnk&cd=196 Reviews of the book: S.A.Ostroumov. Aquatic organisms in water selfpurification and biogenic migration of elements. (... . . -. 2008, 200 .): Zimnyukov V.A. Review of the book: S.A.Ostroumov. Gidrobionty v samoochischenii vod i biogennoy migratsii elementov // Water Sector of Russia: Problems, Technologies, Management (=Vodnoe Khozyaystvo Rossii; ISSN 1999-4508) 2009. No. 1. p.103-106. (with the photo of the cover of the book). Kapitsa A.P. (Prof., Corr. Member, Russ. Acad. Sci.) Review of the book: S.A. Ostroumov. Aquatic organisms in water self-purification and biogenic migration of elements. Moscow. MAX Press. 2008. 200 p. Ecologica, 2009. V.16. No. 53 (March). P.8. Rozenberg G.S. (Prof., Corr. Member, Russ. Acad. Sci.) Book Review: S. A. Ostroumov. Gidrobionty v samoochishchenii vod i biogennoj migracii elementov // Biologiya morya. 2009. V. 35, No. 3, P.237-238. The journal is translated in English and published as "Russian Journal of Marine Biology"(ISSN print: 1063-0740; ISSN online: 1608-3377). Ermakov V.V. (Prof., Head of Lab. of Biogeochem., Russ. Acad. Sci.) About the book S.A. Ostroumov Aquatic organisms in self-purification of water and the biogenic migration of elements // Water: Chemistry and Ecology. 2009. No. 8. p.25-29. Bibliogr. 26 refs. A new theory for the biomechanisms for water self-purification is presented in the S.A. Ostroumovs book Aquatic Organisms in Water Self-Purification and Biogenic Migration of Elements (2008, 200 p.). Hydrobionts (aquatic organisms) are actively involved in various processes leading to water purification. Almost all main groups of organisms are involved, which is discussed and analyzed in the paper. In the theory, the results of the author's experiments on the effects of various pollutants on aquatic organisms were used. The theory is an innovative basis for new ecological technologies to clean water and to upgrade its quality by using aquatic organisms. Other reviews: Kreneva S.V., Kocharyan A.G. Review of: Ostroumov S.A. On the ecologicalbiochemical mechanism of maintenance of water quality and water self-purification. From theory to applications. .: X-Press. 2006 - 24 p. (Series: Science. Education. Innovations. Vol. 5) . Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 201. Abakumov V.A. (Prof.) Review of the series: 'Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms', 19992005. Editor S.A.Ostroumov. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 199200. 109

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Kapitsa A.P. (Member, Russian Academy of Sciences, and Chair of the Dept. of Sustainable Use of Natural Resources, Moscow University). Review of the series: "Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions", 1999-2005. Editor S.A.Ostroumov. Ecol. Studies, Hazards, Solutions, 2006, v. 11, p. 201-202. Kriksunov E.A. (Member, Russian Academy of Sciences) The new in studying the contemporary issues of ecology, hydrobiology and environmental sciences. Review of volume 11 of the series "Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions" (Moscow, MAX-Press, 2006, 208 p., under the editorship of S.A.Ostroumov)]. Ecology of Environment and Safety of Life Activity (= ). 2006, No. 6. p. 93. Review of the series "Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions" (volumes 1-11). Ecological Chemistry, 2007, v. 16, issue 1, p. 67. Other forms of evaluation of publications by S.A.Ostroumov, diplomas, certificates: Scientific Discovery Diploma No. 274 "Ability of synthetic surfactants to inhibit the filtration activity of bivalves"; priority of the discovery 9 August, 2000, according to the date of publishing the book: S.A.Ostroumov "Biological effects of surfactants in connection with the anthropogenic impact on the biosphere" (2000, MAX Press, Moscow). Diploma of 31.01.2005, registration number 332; (about the discovery: http://idea.emind.ru/discovery/show/67); P.L.Kapitza Medal for the scientific discovery; Medal of 250th Anniversary of Moscow State University; Diploma of the National Ecological Award 2004, for contribution to ecological security and sustainable development of Russia; Diploma of the First Degree for books "Biological effects of surfactants in connection with the anthropogenic impact on the biosphere" and "Biological effects of surfactants on organisms". The books were displayed at the exhibition of new books at the conference Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms (2004); Certificate of the Registration of Author's Rights No. 4791 (the date of the registration in the State Department of Intellectual Property of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine 03.10.2001) for conceptual formulation of the foundations of the new scientific discipline 'biochemical ecology', new concepts of 'ecological chemomediators', 'ecological chemoregulators', 'chemical ecoregulators', conceptual presentation of the role of "aquatic organisms in preventing global change", presentation of the processes of "water self-purification in freshwater and marine ecosystems", and a new approach to the estimates of the transfer of carbon to the lower parts of aquatic ecosystems; Certificate of the Registration of Author's Rights No. 7199 (the date of the registration in the State Department of Intellectual Property of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine 27.02.2003) for the discovery and description of the ability of synthetic surfactants and surfactant-containing mixtures to inhibit the filtration of water by molluscs; Certificate of the Registration of Author's Rights No. 7203 (the date of the registration in the State Department of Intellectual Property of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine 27.02.2003) for the paper 'Synopsis of new data and concepts in aquatic and general ecology', including the sections: "Aquatic ecosystem as a large-scale diversified bioreactor with the function of water purification; The hazard of a two-level synergism of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects; Formulating a new concept of ecological clusters; Role of aquatic ecosystems and organisms in stabilizing the global 110

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environment, preventing global change and contributing to sustainable development" [published: Ostroumov S.A. Synopsis of new data and concepts in aquatic and general ecology // Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms-3. 2001. No. 5. P.130-137]. Certificate of the Registration of Author's Rights No. 10097 (the date of the registration in the State Department of Intellectual Property of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine 01.06.2004) for the papers "Polyfunctional role of biodiversity in water purification and formation of water quality", "Two types of ecological time bomb: making and stopping it", "Biochemical hydrobiology: laying the conceptual basis for a new scientific discipline" etc. [published: Ostroumov S.A. Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms-4. 2003. Moscow. MAX Press. 152 p.]. Certificate of the Registration of Author's Rights No. 16094 (the date of the registration in the State Department of Intellectual Property of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine 31.03.2006) for the Collection of papers Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms-5. Awarded: the honorary title of Fellow of EcoEthics International Union (2003, 5 February - the letter from the president of EcoEthics International Union, Professor Otto Kinne); Certificate and Formal Letter on the successful completion of the Contemporary Issues Fellowship Program issued by European and Eurasian Programs Branch, Office of Academic Exchange Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State (May 26, 2005, Washington D.C.), and another letter of congratulations on completing the 2004-2005 program issued from Assistant Secretary of Educational and Cultural Affairs (May 31, 2005, Washington, D.C.); Diploma at the 1st International Forum on Conservancy of Nature (Moscow, 7-9th September 2005), signed by Co-Chairs of the Forum, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources of Russian Federation and Vice-President of the Trade Chamber of Russian Federation). Certificate of Participation in the international conference 'Case Studies and Models for Higher Education Reform' (International Research and Exchanges Board, U.S. Department of State, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, Moscow, September 29-30, 2005). Diploma of the journal 'Ecology and Life' (awarded 15 October 2005). Diploma of the competition 'Sustainable use of natural resources and environmental protection strategy of sustainable development of Russia in the 21st century' at the international conference 'Sustainable Development: Nature-Society-Man' (organized in 2006, Moscow, by the Ministry of Natural Resources) for the paper by Ostroumov S.A. and Solomonova E.A. "On studies of water self-purification and interactions between pollutants (surfactants) and biota: searching approaches to issues relevant to sustainable use of water resources " (Directive of the Ministry of Natural Resources No.126 of 02 June 2006; the Diploma was signed by the Minister). Diploma to the book 'Biotic Mechanism of Self-purification of Freshwater and Marine Water' by Dr. S. A. Ostroumov, awarded at the 7th International Conference Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations (2005). Diploma of the Academy of Aquatic Sciences for the series of innovative publications on aquatic ecology, interactions between chemicals and organisms, and water self-purification, including the books 'Biological Effects of Surfactants in Connection with the Anthropogenic Impact on the Biosphere'; 'Biological Effects of Surfactants on Organisms'; 'Biotic Mechanism of SelfPurification of Freshwater and Marine Water'; 'Pollution, Self-Purification and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems'; 'Biological Effects of Surfactants', (awarded in 2006).

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Diploma of the Academy of Aquatic Sciences 'for his innovative contribution to improvement of environmental and ecological education', including the book 'Ecology and Hydrobiology. Curricula of Lecture Courses' (awarded in 2006). Diploma of the Moscow Society of the Researchers of Nature (awarded in 2007).

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ADDENDA Addendum 1. About the publications and works of S. A. Ostroumov: summary and main results Sergey A. Ostroumov, Ph.D., Dr.Sci., Member of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. Author of a scientific discovery (Certificate and Diploma No. 274). Graduated from Moscow State University with the highest honors. Postdoctoral training and experience in the U.S.A. (SUNY, Univ. of Maryland, Univ. of Georgia, U.S. EPA, NSF) and UK (Plymouth Marine Laboratory, ex-Visiting Royal Society Fellow). Discovered new bioeffects of surfactants and detergents and experimentally proved their ecological role as hazardous factors to water self-purification. Discovered the component of the ecological mechanism of water self-purification that is most vulnerable to water pollution. Proposed new fundamental concepts and terms of ecological chemoregulators, ecological chemoeffectors, chemical ecoregulators, the polyfunctional role of biota in water selfpurification (Hydrobiologia, 2002, 469: 203-204), the level-block system of principles for the analysis of ecological hazards from man-made impact on the biota, synecological synergism of man-made impact (DAN, 2001, 380: 714-717; DAN, 2001, 380: 847-849, DAN being the abbreviation for the title of the authoritative scientific edition, Reports to the Russian Academy of Sciences), inhibitory analysis in ecology (DAN, 2000, 375: 847), ecological repair and remediation, ecological clusters, proposed new parameters that characterize the role of organisms in ecosystem (Ecol. Stud. 2004, 7:106-167), concepts related to the ecological [disturbance] [] of the second type (Ecol. Stud. 2004, 7: 106167). Proposed new modern conceptualization of ecosystem (DAN, 2002, 383: 571), and of the boundaries of ecosystems (Vestnik [=Bulletin] of Moscow University. Ser. Biol. 2003, 3: 43). Introduced new fundamental concepts of the principle of ecological uncertainty (Ecol. Stud. 2004, 7: 138), new typology of migrations of elements and integrated abiotic-biotic regulation of biogeochemical processes (Vestnik of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences 2002, 2 (No.3): 50), formulated the functions of the biota as a factor for stabilization of the environment and climatic system of the Earth (Vestnik of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences 2003, 3 (No.2): 59), discovered new types of hazards from chemical pollution. Produced the basics of the theory of biotic selfpurification of water and upgrading water quality (DAN 2004, 396: 136-141). In his books 'Introduction to Biochemical Ecology' and 'Introduction to Issues of Biochemical Ecology' he laid the groundwork and formulated basic principles for the new science of biochemical ecology at the interface between ecology and biochemistry. Developed new methods for measuring the sublethal effects of xenobiotics, and quantitatively measuring their effects on the efficiency of removing suspended matter from water by filter-feeders. Proposed the concepts of synecological cooperativity and ecological taxation in biological communities (Ecol. Stud. 2004, 7: 154-157), a new approach to monetary assessment of the ecological services of aquatic ecosystems (Ecol. Stud. 2004, 7: 141-146). Applied the Liebig's law to human nutrition, which led to new links among biochemical ecology and human nutrition science and to new application of ecological science for strengthening human health. Extended the scientific approaches of E. Schrdinger and I. Prigogine by applying them to aquatic ecosystems (Ecol. Stud. 2004, 7: 122-126; Sib. Ecol. J. (Sibirskii Ekologicheskii Zhurnal). 2006. No. 3. P. 339343; Contemporary Problems of Ecology, 2008, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 147-152, DOI

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10.1134/S1995425508010177). Proposed the new method of recurrent additions to study phytoremediation (Ecol. Stud. 2004, 11: 72-74). Authored over 300 publications including 18 books. Invited lecturer and visiting scientist in the USA, Germany, UK, Netherlands, and other countries.

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Developed several new lecture courses. Published educational textbooks on general ecology, biochemical ecology, nature conservation and protection of biodiversity, water self-purification. Also published new programs and curricula on ecological mechanism of water self-purification, quantitative hydrobiology (aquatic ecology), environmental policy, ecology and ecophysiology of plants, and biochemical ecology. Teaching practical classes in biomembranes and microbiology (in the universities in the U.S.A. and Russia), aquatic ecology and biology, and biological oceanography (SUNY and Moscow State University), lecture courses for the continuing education of the chairs of departments of ecology of universities of Russia and the USSR. Teaching a course of ecology at Moscow State University. Proposed innovations for teaching microbiology and biology at U.S. universities. Additional training at Central European University (2002) where he developed a new course curriculum on environmental policy and sustainable development (published). Additional training and experience under the IREX (U.S. DOS sponsored) program 'Contemporary Issues' at the University of Georgia (GA, USA) and National Science Foundation (Washington, D.C.). Member, Scientific Council of the Ichthyologic Commission of Russian Federation. Chairperson, the Moscow Branch of Eco-Ethics International Union. Is or was a member, the International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology (SIL, 2004), American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO, 1999, 2005), American Society for Microbiology (1996); American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS, 1996, 1997), North American Benthological Society (2000); International Society of Environmental Bioindicators, ISEBI (since May, 2009). Member, International Society of Environmental Bioindicators, ISEBI (since May, 2009). Full member (Academician) of the following academies: Member, the International Academy of Authors of Scientific Discoveries and Inventions. Member, the Academy of Aquatic Sciences. Member, the International Academy of Ecology and Life Protection Sciences (IAELPS, since 2007; Diploma No. E 02927, of 25.01.2007; the Russian abbreviation of the name of the academy is MANEB). Member of the management board of the AllRussia organization of toxicologists (since December 2008). Member of the Expert Council of the State Duma (Parliament) Committee on Natural Resources, Environment and Ecology (since 2009).

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Chairperson of the organizing committee for series of scientific conferences and sessions. In 1999 2006, organized 10 conferences and sessions in the USA, Denmark, and Russia. Chair of several scientific sessions organized by ASLO, SIL, and the NATO environmental and scientific program. Current or past member of the editorial boards of a number of scientific publications (Russia, USA, Ukraine, India, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Moldova). Editor-in-Chief of the series 'Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions' and 'Science. Education. Innovations'. Member of the editorial or advisory boards of 'International Journal of Phytoremediation' (U.S.A., since 2005), 'International Journal of Oceans and Oceanography' (India, since 2005), 'Water and Ecology' (Russia, since 2004), Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity' (Ukraine, since 2004), Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management (Canada, since 2006), 'Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology' (zakhstan, since 2006), 'Ecological Chemistry' (Russia, since 2007), 'Water: Technology and Ecology' (Russia, since 2007), 'Ecologica' (Serbia, since November, 2007), the scientific journal of Academy of Sciences of Moldova, 'Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Life Sciences' [= . (the title in Moldovian language, Buletinul Academiei de Stiinte a Moldovei. Stiintele Vientii)] (since January 2009); Water Sector of Russia ( ) (since 2010). Member of the Scientific Committee of the International conference "Environment Today" (Serbia, Belgrade, April 21-23, 2008); member of the Organizing Committee, 17th International Environmental Bioindicators Conference (Moscow, 18.5.2009 22.5.2009, International Society of Environmental Bioindicators, ISEBI). Involved in the committees for selecting nominees for the honorary awards in ecology and environment, including the honorary title 'Aquatic Ecologist of the Year', Hutchinson Science Laureate, et al. Awards and Certificates of Merit: Scientific Discovery Diploma No. 274 "The ability of synthetic surfactants to inhibit the filtration activity of bivalves" [priority of the discovery August 9, 2000, according to the date of publishing the book: S.A. Ostroumov "Biological Effects of Surfactants in Connection with the Anthropogenic Impact on the Biosphere" (2000)]; The Kapitza Medal for scientific discovery; The Medal of the 250th Anniversary of Moscow State University; Diploma of the National Ecological Award 2004 (for contribution to ecological security and sustainable development of Russia); Award of the Center of Anticorruption Studies and Initiatives of Transparency International (Russian Branch), Diploma of the First Degree for the books entitled "Biological Effects of Surfactants in Connection with the Anthropogenic Impact on the Biosphere" and "Biological Effects of Surfactants on Organisms", the books were displayed at the exhibition of new books at the conference on Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms (2004); Diploma awarded by the editorial board of the journal "Ecology and Life", Diploma from the Academy of Water Sciences for the series of publications on the theory of water self-purification (2006); Awardee of the honorary title 'Aquatic Ecologist of the Year' (2009);

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Certificate of Registration of Author's Rights No. 4791 for conceptual formulation of the foundations of the new scientific discipline 'biochemical ecology', new concepts of 'ecological chemomediators', 'ecological chemoregulators', 'chemical ecoregulators', conceptual presentation of the role of "aquatic organisms in preventing global change", presentation of the processes of "water self-purification in freshwater and marine ecosystems", and a new approach to the estimates of the transfer of carbon to the lower parts of aquatic ecosystems; Certificate of Registration of Author's Rights No. 7199 for the discovery and description of the ability of synthetic surfactants and surfactantcontaining mixtures to inhibit the filtration of water by mollusks; Certificate of Registration of Author's Rights No. 7203 for the paper entitled 'Synopsis of new data and concepts in aquatic and general ecology', including the sections entitled: "Aquatic ecosystem as a large-scale diversified bioreactor with the function of water purification; The hazard of a two-level synergism of synecological summation of anthropogenic effects; Formulating a new concept of ecological clusters; Role of aquatic ecosystems and organisms in stabilizing the global environment, preventing global change and contributing to sustainable development" [published: Ostroumov S.A. Synopsis of new data and concepts in aquatic and general ecology // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2001. No. 5. P.130-137]; Certificate of the Registration of Author's Rights No. 10097 for the papers "Polyfunctional role of biodiversity in water purification and formation of water quality", "Two types of ecological time [.]: making and stopping it", "Biochemical hydrobiology: laying the conceptual basis for a new scientific discipline" etc. [published: Ostroumov S.A. Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms-4. 2003. Moscow. MAX Press. 152 p.]. Biographical profile was included in: Who'sWho in the World, 24th Edition, 2007 (Publisher: Marquis Who's Who, 890 Mountain Ave, Suite 4, Box 5, New Providence NJ 07974, USA), The Encyclopedia of Successful Persons Who is Who in Russia published by the Swiss publishers as part of the series Hubners Who is Who. Some innovations: 1. A new parameter and formula: efficiency of cell elimination from water, ECE; ECE = [A/B] 100%, where A is the optical density of the cell suspension treated with the chemical agent studied (e.g., a surfactant, detergent, etc.), which is expected to inhibit water filtration by organisms (e.g. mollusks) and cell elimination from water; B is the optical density in the control samples (the water tank containing mollusks and unicellular organisms without the chemical agent tested). Source: Ostroumov S. A. Imbalance of factors providing control of unicellular plankton populations exposed to anthropogenic impact. - Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001. Vol. 379, P. 341-343. Bibliogr. 12. (Translated from DAN 2001. Vol. 379. P.136-138). Also, the book by Ostroumov (2001). Another variant of the name of the index: effects on elimination efficiency (EEE) (Ostroumov S. A. Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002. Vol. 385. 377-379. 2. New terms 'ecological chemomediators', 'ecological chemoregulators', 'ecological clusters' et al. 3. A new formula to compare effects of two chemicals on one ofrganism or to compare effects of one chemical on two organisms. 4. Concept of ecological taxation in biological communities. 5. A new concept of ecological repair. Ecological remediation as a near synonym of ecological repair (Ostroumov S. A. Identification of a new type of ecological hazard of 117

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chemicals: inhibition of processes of ecological remediation. - Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002. Vol. 385. 377-379; Sib. Ecol. J. (. . ). 2006. No. 3. P. 339-343; Contemporary Problems of Ecology, 2008, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 147-152, DOI 10.1134/S1995425508010177). 6. A new variant of definition of ecosystem and biogeocoenosis. 7. A new concept and a system of principles for conservation of populations of aquatic invertebrates; malacological and hydrobiological reserves (S.A.. System of principles for conservation of the biogeocenotic function and the biodiversity of filter-feeders. Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002. Vol. 383: 147-150). 8. New type of potentially hazardous chemicals: uncouplers of pelagial-benthal coupling. (S.A.. New type of action of potentially hazardous chemicals: uncouplers of pelagialbenthal coupling. Doklady Biol. Sciences. 2002. 383: 127-130). 9. A new "concept of an aquatic ecosystem as an analog of a bioreactor (in a broad sense) that contributes to water self-purification mediated by main groups of hydrobionts" (p. 514, S.A.. Aquatic ecosystem: a large-scale diversified bioreactor with a water selfpurification function. - Doklady Biological Sciences, 2000. Vol. 374, P. 514-516). 10. Elements of the theory of ecological [.] of the second type (see: Ostroumov S.A. Facts and concepts of ecology 3. Ecological [.] of the second type // ESHS. 2004. Vol. 7. P. 115-119). 11. Prediction was made: "Further research and experimental studies are expected to provide new evidence that sublethal concentrations of chemical pollutants induce a significant decrease in the filtration capacity of freshwater and marine filter feeders" (p.129 in: S. A.. New type of action of potentially hazardous chemicals: uncouplers of pelagial-benthal coupling. - Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002. Vol. 383: 127-130). This prediction was confirmed by the new findings after 2002. 12. Conceptual formulation of the foundations of the new scientific discipline 'biochemical ecology' (the book: S.A.. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology. 1986. Moscow, Moscow University Press).

Addendum 2. Participation in scientific sessions. Scientific presentations, lectures (selected) XII Internat. Botanical Congress.1975. Invited oral presentation: "Origin of the eukariotic cell and the participation of cell organelles in the multiplication of viruses" (Chairperson: Peter Raven). World Commission on Environment and Development. Public Hearings (1986, December 8-11, Moscow). Sessions of Moscow Society of Studies of Nature (1986-1987, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1998). International Symposium on Biodegradation and Biodeterioration (1993); International Ecological Congress (1994, invited); Second European Conference on Ecotoxicology (1994, invited); State University of NY (invited); Massachusetts University; Mount Holyoke College (invited); Columbia University (USA, invited); American Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting (1990, invited); Martin Luther

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University (Germany, invited); Zurich (Switzerland, invited); Leeds University, Manchester University; PML (U.K., two seminars, 1995); University of Maryland (3 seminars, 1995); USDA (Environmental Chemistry Lab, January 2, 1996); Center of Biotechnology (Baltimore 1996); University of Maryland, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry; Procter & Gamble (Brussels, Belgium, 1998; invited); Institute of Freshwater Ecology (Berlin, Germany, 1998, invited), American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO, invited) (1999, 2000, 6 presentations; was on the steering committees), American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) Meeting 1999, February 1-5, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA: the Convener and Chair of a special session; invited presentations entitled: "Integrity-oriented approach to ecological biomachinery for self-purification and bioremediation in aquatic ecosystems", "The ability of mussels to filter and purify the sea water is inhibited by surfactants", "Biological processes of water self-purification: importance and vulnerability", "Using aquatic organisms research to educate undergraduates in Moscow State University, Russia"; 10-11 December, 1999. Workshop Ecotoxicological perspectives for management of eutrophied freshwater bodies (Netherlands; invited); 29-30.04.2000. Moscow Conference of the Club of Rome. A sustainable future for Russia. (among other participants M. Gorbachev, Members of European Parlament, Members of Government of the Russian Federation, Members of the State Duma of Russian Federation, Rector of Moscow University V.A.Sadovnichy, Klaus Steilmann, Member of European Parliament Anders Wijkman, Uwe Moeller, Secretary General, The Club of Rome); American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) Meeting, Copenhagen, 4-6 June 2000 (invited; the Convener and Chair of a special session SS25): 5.6.2000: presentations entitled: Ecological processes and ecosystems: functioning towards water purification (without coauthors); Defining a modern interface between water quality engineering and aquatic ecosystem research (together with McCutcheon S.); international conferences Aquatic Ecosystems and Organisms (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 - 20 presentations); Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations (2005, 2006); Agricultural University (Wageningen, The Netherlands, 1999; invited); Tuebingen University (Germany, 1999; invited); UFZ Centre for Environmental Research LeipzigHalle (Germany, 1999; invited); 2002: 26.9.2002-28.9.2002 Symposium for Research Awardees from the Russian Federation Moscow/Russian Federtion (organized by Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung/Foundation); 2003: Aquatic Diversity (2003, Antwerp, Belgium; invited); Member of the Organizing Committee of the conference 'Ecological Physiology and Toxicology of Aquatic Organisms', 28.1.2003, Moscow, Moscow University; Invited presentation 'Developing the conceptual apparatus in the area of chemical communication and seeking adequate terminology', 7th Multidisciplinary Conference Stress and Behavior (Moscow, Russia. 26-28 February 2003; International Brain Research Organization); 11 Aug 2003 gave the presentation 'Studying water filtering activity of filter feeders' (invited) at the conference 'Aquatic Biodiversity: Past, Present, Future' (Antwerp, Belgium, 11-13 August 2003); 13.08.2003 participated at the meeting of the Editorial board of Hydrobiology (Antwerp); 17.09.04 participated in the intern. conference: Combatting Terrorism. Policy and Practice: Celebrating 10 Years of Contemporary Issues Fellowship Program Conference (Moscow; the conference sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and IREX); SIL 2004 (Lahti, Finland; invited; is the Chair of the oral session 'Ecology of Invasive

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Species-2', 13 August 2004); international conference Mankind and Environment (Moscow, 25-28.10.2004; Chairs of the Organizing Committee: President of Moscow University, Acad. Sadovnichiy, SUNY Chancellor Robert King; members: Acad. D.S.Pavlov, Prof. David Carpenter; abstract published); 2005: EAWAG (2005, Switzerland; invited); Univ. of Georgia (2005), U.S. EPA (2005, invited); NSF (USA, 2005). 3rd International Phytotechnologies Conference (invited), April 20-22, 2005, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (Ostroumov S.A., S.C.McCutcheon, V.A.Nzengung, D.D.Yifru, E.Manchenko "Bridging ecology and phytotechnology: phytoremediation potential of some aquatic and terrestrial plants"); Information on the 7th conference 'Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations', 8 September 2005, section 'Ecological compatibility of techniques and technologies' at the 1st International Forum on Conservancy of Nature (Moscow) (awarded the Diploma for active participation, signed by Co-chairs of the Forum, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources of Russian Federation and Vice-President of Trade Chamber of Russian Federation). September 29-30, 2005: invited participation in the international conference 'Case Studies and Models for Higher Education Reform' (International Research and Exchanges Board, U.S. Department of State, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, Moscow); participated in the international conference Aquatic Ecology at the Dawn of XXI Century (3-7 October 2005, St. Petersburg); presentations at the conference 'Integration of scientific and educational communities towards ecological safety" 12 October 2005; Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations-7 (15 October 2005; invited presentations; Chair of the conference); 19.10.2005 invited presentation at the conference "Climate Change and Biodiversity of Russia" (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow). 7.12.2005 delivered an invited lecture at the seminar for teachers of biology and ecology of Moscow at the State Biological Museum. 18.5.2006 delivered the invited lecture 'Search for ecotechnologies in combatting pollution of marine and freshwater aquatic systems' delivered as the 60th academic address of the series of addresses by distinguished scholars at I.M.Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. A concised outline of the lecture was published in: 'Poisk' (the newspaper of I.M.Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas) 2006, June, No.11, p. 3. 8.6.2006 delivered the invited address (entitled 'Hazards of violation of ecological safety of water sources') at a meeting on a new federal ecological law on water resources (Water Code) at the State Duma. Member of the organizing committees of the ASLO sessions (Convener and Chair) in 1999 and 2000; Convener and Chair of the Session SS25 'Ecological processes and ecosystems: functioning towards water purification' at the ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, June 5-6, 2000, Copenhagen, Denmark; Invited presentations and the Chair at the intl conferences (poster sessions) 'Aquatic Ecosystems, Organisms, Innovations (1999-2007); Member of Organizing Committee of the conference 'Ecological Physiology and Toxicology of Aquatic Organisms' (dedicated to 100th anniversary of Professor N.S.Stroganov), 28.1.2003, Moscow, Moscow University. Invited presentations at the sessions of Moscow Society of Researchers of Nature (2008). 18.05.2009. Invited presentation at the17th International Conference on Environmental Bioindicators , Moscow, 18-22 May 2009) Extending the scope of bioindicators of environmental pollutions: aquatic organisms including plants and filter-feeders (Ostroumov S.A., Demina L.L., Lazareva E.V., Ermakov V.V., Gorshkova O.M.,

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Kolesov G.M., Kolotilova N.N., Krupina M.V., Poklonov V.A., Sheleikovsky V.L., Shestakova T.V., Soldatov A.A., Solomonova E.A., Toderas I.K., Tropin I.V., Vorozhun I.M., Zubcova E.I.). 2009. 27th October. Ecotoxicology-2009 Conference. (Pushchino, 26 30 October, 2009). Invited presentation.

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Addendum 3. Acknowledgement of support. Grants Grants received from: (The Russian Foundation for Fundamental Research); Grants from State University of New York, Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, USA); Columbia University (USA); Plymouth Marine Laboratory (U.K.); the Ministry of Research and Technology, F.R.G., and the Biologische Anstalt Helgoland (Biological Station Helgoland) (1992); INTECOL (6th International Congress of Ecology, 1994); European Environmental Research Organization (EERO), Publishing House Kluwer, Procter & Gamble, Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (=Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Fish Ecology, Institut fr Gewsserkologie und Binnenfischerei [IGB], Berlin, Germany), TNO (the Netherlands), Soros Foundation, The McArthur Foundation, ASLO (American Society of Limnology and Oceanography), SIL, UFZ Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle (Germany), and other universities and research institutions in the Netherlands, Germany, USA, Slovakia; Gaz de France; EEIU; NATO; Award of the Center of Anticorruction Studies and Initiatives, The Carlsberg Foundation (Denmark, 2000) and ASLO (travel grant, accomodation, conference fee, allowance); Transparency International (2001); Curriculum Resource Center of Central European University (2002); SIL (2004); EAWAG (2005, Switzerland); U.S. Department of State and IREX Award for participation in the program 'Contemporary Issues' (travel grant, living expenses, training, professonal development; Jan 24 - May 27, 2005) [The grant was for participation in 2004-2005 Contemporary Issues Fellowship Program (CI), a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, United States Department of State, and administered by IREX (International Research & Exchanges Board). The focus of the project was on aquatic resources and phytoremediation of pollution. As a result, a joint scientific paper (with co-authors from U.S.A.) was published]; also, individual sponsors (USA, Switzerland, Germany, Russia). 2010. Fulbright Fellowship.

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Addendum 4. Tables with some results This is a summary of some results in the studies of S.A. Ostroumov and coauthors. First, a table is given that contains some of the new facts obtained in experiments and measurements (see Table 1). Second, another table is presented that lists some new conceptual developments and new terminology suggested in his publications (see Table 2). Table 1. Some results (new facts) that were obtained in the author's experiments and published in his papers, with references. S.A.O. = S.A. Ostroumov New results Refs; additional comments on priority It is the first finding of the inhibition Filtration inhibition induced by of water filtration by mussels by two two classes of synthetic synthetic surfactants. Effects of SDS surfactants in the bivalve 0.5-4 mg/L during 30-60 min, and mollusk Mytilus edulis // Doklady Triton X-100 4 mg/L during 60 and Biological Sciences, 1998. Vol. 120 min on M. edulis. SDS 1, 2, and 362, P. 454-456. [In 4 mg/L after 30-90 min inhibited the collaboration: S.A.O., Donkin P., filtration rate and removal of the Staff F.]. Priority: First time the cells of Isochrysis galbana from effects of anionic surfactant SDS water. Triton X-100 4 mg/L also and non-ionic surfactant Triton inhibited the filtration rate and X-100 on filtering activity of removal of the cells of Isochrysis filter-feeders were discovered. galbana during 60-120-min incubation SDS 1 mg/L inhibited filtration (35-95 Biological filtering and ecological min, 16) of M. edulis and removal machinery for self-purification of the cells of Isochrysis galbana and bioremediation in aquatic from water. Amount of cells that ecosystems: towards a holistic stayed in water unfiltered after 95 view // Rivista di Biologia / min, was 3 times as much as the Biology Forum. 1998. V. 91(2). amount of cells in the control without P. 221-232 SDS. 100 0.5 mg/L inhibited filtration Anthropogenic effects on the (90 min, 16) M.edulis and removal biota: towards a new system of of cells of Isochrysis galbana from principles and criteria for water. The number of cells that analysis of ecological hazards // stayed in water unfiltered was twice Rivista di Biologia / Biology as many as the number of cells in Forum. 2003. vol. 96, No.1, p. control without 100]. 159-170. TDTMA 1 mg/L inhibited the filtration Tetradecyltrimethylammonium rate of juveniles of mussels Mytilus bromide (TDTMA). Toxicological 123

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galloprovincialis Lam., when grazing (feeding on) algae Monochrysis lutheri; the removal of algae Monochrysis lutheri was decreased. TDTMA 1 mg/L inhibited the filtration rate of juveniles of M. galloprovincialis, and the removal of cells of Monochrysis lutheri from water (50 min, 26C). First time the elements of a multifaceted analysis of biotic selfpurification of water, in form of a consistent theory, were formulated. Contribution of the main groups of aquatic organisms (heterotrophic bacteria, fungi, cyanobacteria and microalgae, protozoans, higher plants, invertebrates, fish and amphibians) to water selfpurification: comparison and analysis (Tabl.1). "The whole range of biological diversity of hydrobionts is required to provide effective functioning of an ecosystem as an analog of a water self-purification bioreactor. Therefore, the cost estimates of ecosystems and biota should be increased" (p.516)]. Significant inhibition by TX-100 of filtration by Mytilus edulis (4 mg/L), and by Unio tumidus (5 mg/L). Inhibitory effects of TDTMA 1 mg/L on M. galloprovincialis (Table 2); inhibition of feeding: effects of TX100 1-5 mg/L on U. tumidus, TDTMA 1-2 mg/L on U. pictorum; TDTMA 1 mg/L, SDS 1.7 mg/L, detergents 6.7 50 mg/L, AHC 5-60 mg/L (sublethal concentrations) on M. galloprovincialis; TX100, TDTMA (2 mg/L), Tide-Lemon 75 mg/L on Lymnaea stagnalis (Table 3). "Sublethal concentrations of contaminants may inhibit vital activities of organisms involved in 124

Bulletin. 2000. No. 3. P. 34-35. Priority: First time the effects of a cationic surfactant on filtering activity of filter-feeders were discovered. Inhibitory analysis of regulatory interactions in trophic webs. -Doklady Biological Sciences, Vol. 377, 2001, pp. 139141. Aquatic ecosystem: a large-scale diversified bioreactor with a water self-purification function. -Doklady Biological Sciences, 2000. Vol. 374, P. 514-516.

Aquatic ecosystem: a large-scale diversified bioreactor with a water self-purification function. -Doklady Biological Sciences, 2000. Vol. 374, P. 514-516.

Aquatic ecosystem: a large-scale diversified bioreactor with a water self-purification function. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2000. Vol. 374, P. 514-516. First time it was discovered that a non-ionic surfactant inhibited water filtration by bivalves both by marine and freshwater bivalves. First time it was discovered that a cationic surfactant inhibited water filtration by filter-feeders both by marine and freshwater bivalves.

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the function of an ecosystem as an analogue of a bioreactor". First discovery of effects of a nonionic surfactant on heterotrophic bacteria. Relatively small effects of Triton X-100 4-5 mg/L on Hyphomonas sp. MHS-3 (5 mg/L) and Hyphomonas sp. VP-6 (5-10 mg/L). First discovery of inhibition of feeding of pulmonary molluscs by pollutants ( surfactants). TDTMA 2 mg/L inhibited the feeding rate of Lymnaea stagnalis by 65.5 % (when feeding on phytomass of leaves of macrophytes). First discovery of negative effects of a laundry detergent on functional activity of aquatic invertebrates. Detergent Losk-Universal inhibited filtration by M. galloprovincialis (incubation: 27.8; 20 mg/L 19-54 min.; 7 mg/L 9-49 min). First data on elemental composition of pellets produced by molluscs. Elemental composition (C, N, P, Si, Al) of the pellets formed by Lymnaea stagnalis feeding on the leaves of Nuphar lutea and Taraxacum officinale; amount (wet weight, dry weight) of the pellets formed by L. stagnalis feeding on the leaves of N. lutea and T. officinale; transfer of the matter and chemical elements (C, N, P, Si, Al) with the pellets of the freshwater bivalves (unionids Unio sp., etc.) per unit biomass of mollusks and per unit area of the ecosystem of the river; transfer of the matter and chemical elements (C, N, P, Si, Al) with the pellets of L. stagnalis per unit biomass of mollusks and per unit area of the ecosystem of the pond. D 2 mg/l, SDS 1-2 mg/l, detergent TideLemon 75 mg/l inhibited the trophic activity of Lymnaea stagnalis.

Aquatic ecosystem: a large-scale diversified bioreactor with a water self-purification function. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2000. 374: 514-516. Tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA). Toxicological Bulletin. 2000. No. 1. P.42-43.

Synthetic detergent LoskUniversal // Toxicological Bulletin (in Russ., Toxicologicheskiy Vestnik, Moscow, ISSN 08697922). 2001. No.3. p.40-41.

Pellets of some mollusks in the biogeochemical flows of C, N, P, Si, and Al. - Doklady Biological Sciences, 2001. Vol. 379, P. 378381. (Translated from: DAN 2001. Vol. 379. No. 3. P. 426429). [In collaboration: S.A.O., Kolesnikov M.P.].

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the Problem of Eutrophication. Doklady Biological Sciences, Vol. Liquid detergent Fairy 2 mg/L 381, 2001, p. 559562. ISSN inhibited filtration by marine mussels 0012-4966. M. galloprovincialis within 23 min after addition. First data that a liquid detergent inhibited water filtration by an invertebrate filter-feeder Detergent IXI 20 mg/L inhibited Biodiversity and water quality: filtration by M. galloprovincialis (3-25 the role of feed-backs. - DAN. min, 18 pro mille, 22.8C); Deni2002. vol. 382. No. 1. P.138-141. Automat 30 mg/L also inhibited filtration of oysters Crassostrea gigas First data that a liquid detergent Thunberg (2-40 min, 25.2C). New inhibited water filtration by vision of how biodiversity help oysters stability. The inhibition of filter-feeders Identification of a new type of (bivalves) by 6 chemical mixtures hazard of chemicals: inhibition (detergents) is reported. The of processes of ecological detergent Lanza-Automat (20 mg/L) remediation. - DAN. 2002. Vol. inhibited water filtration by the 385. No. 4. P. 571-573. bivalves (oysters) Crassostrea gigas (incubation time 4-35 min, 23.4C). Effects on elimination efficiency (EEE); new concept of ecological remediation as ecological repair. Inhibition of filtering activity as a Studying effects of some result of the effects of surfactant surfactants and detergents on TDTMA 0.5mg l-1 on oysters filter-feeding bivalves. Crassostrea gigas; SDS 0.5mg l-1 on Hydrobiologia. 2003. 500: 341C. gigas; 3 synthetic detergent 344. mixtures on Mytilus galloprovincialis and C. gigas. TDTMA 0.5 mg l-1 inhibited the Effect of a cationic amphiphilic feeding and grazing of rotifers in compound on rotifers. - Doklady Brachionus calyciflorus turbidostat; Biological Sciences, 2003, 390: the feeding was on the culture of 252255. (Translated from algae Nannochloropsis limnetica Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2003. 390, p. 423426. [S.A.O., N. Walz, R. Rusche]. It was discovered that sodium Vorozhun I.M., Ostroumov S.A. dodecyl sulphate (SDS) had an Sodium dodecyl sulphate: inhibitory effect on the filtration impact on Daphnia // activity of the common species of Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik. the filter-feeders Daphnia magna. 2009. No. 1. p.46-48. Principles of the theory of the On the Multifunctional Role of

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ecological mechanism of water selfpurification based on multiple functions of the biota in freshwater and marine ecosystems are formulated. In developing this theory, the results of the author's experiments with filter-feeders have been used. These results indicate that the water self-purification mechanism is vulnerable to the impact of some pollutants and, in particular, surfactants. Conclusions drawn on the basis of the theory have practical significance for biodiversity conservation and for the sustainable use of the biological resources of aquatic ecosystems. Inhibition of water filtration by marine mussels under effect of surfactants of three classes

the Biota in the Self-Purification of Aquatic Ecosystems // Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 36, No. 6, 2005, pp. 414420 (in English); Publisher: MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica copublished with Springer Science + Business Media, Inc. ISSN: 1067-4136 (Paper) 1608-3334 (Online); Ekologiya, No. 6, 2005, pp. 452459 (in Russian); Biotic self-purification of aquatic ecosystems: from the theory to ecotechnologies. - Ecologica International, 2007. 15(50), p.15-23; Inhibition of mussel suspension feeding by surfactants of three classes. - Hydrobiologia. 2006. 556 (1): 381 386. [In collaboration: S.A.O., J. Widdows]. System of principles for conservation of the biogeocenotic function and the biodiversity of filter-feeders. Doklady Biological Sciences. 2002. Vol. 383: 147-150.

5 principles of nature conservation requirements in malacological and hydrobiological reserves (Tabl. 3), among them principle 2, "conservation of filtration activity of organisms and populations"; 5 detergents (1-50 mg/L) inhibited the filtration activity of Unio tumidus, Mytilus galloprovincialis, Crassostrea gigas (Tabl. 2); The first finding of negative effects of heptane on filtration rate by filter feeders exemplified by bivalve molluscs. Heptane 16 mg/L and 48 mg/L inhibited filtration by Mytilus galloprovincialis and removal of cells of algae Monochrysis lutheri from water. It is the first time some toxic effects of sodium dodecyl sulphate on the aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L. were found and described 127

Heptane [Heptane: effects on Mytilus galloprovincialis] // oxicol. Vestnik (oxicol. Bulletin) 2005, No. 1. P. 50-52.

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Microcosms with the macrophytes were studied in laboratory experiments. The effects of sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) on macrophytes were studied . The survival and weight of the biomass of macrophytes in a prolonged incubation were recorded. SDS was added in the form of repeated (recurrent) additions. The increase in the amount of SDS after each addition was: 0,5, 0,8, 1,7, 8,3, 16,7, 50,0 and 100,0 mg in 1 dm3. Duration of survival of plants decreased with increasing amount of SDS in one addition. If the amount of SDS (after a single addition) increased 200 times (from 0.5 to 100 mg / l), the period of survival decreased 53-fold (from 372 up to 7 days). In the presence of SDS, a decrease in macrophyte biomass was observed. The degree of the reduction of biomass depended on the total amount of SDS added to the microcosms. Phytoremediation of perchlorate

[Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik]. 2006. Number 6, p.24-26. [coauthors: S. A.O., Solomonova E.A.] [ Effects of sodium dodecyl sulphate on aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L. Concentrations of 83-133 mg / L led to the process of fragmentation of the stems of plants.] Solomonova E.A., Ostroumov S.A. Effects of sodium dodecyl sulphate on the biomass of macrophytes Najas guadelupensis L. / / Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik. 2009. Number 2. P.32-35.

Priority: This is the first study of the Phytoremediation potential of the aquatic plant Najas guadelupensis.

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Phytoremediation of perchlorate using aquatic plant Myriophyllum aquaticum. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, v. 11, p.25-27. [S.A.O., D.Yifru, V. Nzengung, S. McCutcheon]. Ostroumov S.A., Shestakova T.V., Kotelevtsev S.V., Solomonova E.A., Golovnya E.G., Poklonov V.A. Presence of the macrophytes in aquatic

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concentrations of the heavy metals Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb were measured in the water of the experimental microcosms. Aquatic macrophytes Ceratophyllum demersum were incubated in the microcosms. The measured concentrations of all four heavy metals decreased in the microcosms with the macrophytes much faster than in the control microcosms without any aquatic plants. The new results complement the previous data on the phytoremediation potential of aquatic plants (Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Series 16. Biology. 2007. 4. .39 42)]. Elodea to phytoremediate heavy metals. Time-dependent decrease in the concentrations of heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Zn, Cu) in the water of experimental ecosystems (microcosms) with elodea Elodea canadensis was discovered. Using the method of inversion voltamperometry, the concentrations of the heavy metals Cd, Zn, Cu, Pb were measured in the water of the experimental microcosms. Aquatic macrophytes Elodea canadensis were incubated in the microcosms. The concentration of Pb, Cd and the other metals decreased markedly. In this experiment, the first convincing evidence was obtained that the measured concentrations of all four heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Zn, Cu) decreased in the microcosms with the macrophytes Elodea canadensis much faster than in the control microcosms without any macrophytes, which proves the new aspect of the phytoremediation potential of elodea. [http://thesastore.com/eco/]. The data of the international 129

system accelerated a decrease in concentrations of copper, lead and other heavy metals in water. // Water Sector of Russia: Problems, Technologies, Management (=Vodnoe Khozyaistvo Rossii). 2009. No. 2. p. 58 - 67.

Ostroumov S.A., Kotelevtsev S.V., Shestakova T.V., Kolotilova N.N., Poklonov V.A., Solomonova E.A. The new on phytoremediation potential: acceleration in the decrease in the concentrations of heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Zn, Cu) in water in the presence of elodea./ Ecological Chemistry [St.Petersburg] 2009, 18 (2): p.111-119. Bibliogr. 39 refs.

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literature on Zn in soft tissues and shells of marine and freshwater mollusks are summarized. New original data on Zn in mollusks of aquatic systems of Moldova and the River Don are presented.

Zubcova E.I., Chernysheva I.V., Krupina M.V., Mikous A.A., RaileanN.C., Breahna A.I., Miron A.A., Churisca V.V., Munjiu O.V. Zink in aquatic mollusks. Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Life Sciences (Buletinul Academiei de Stiinte a Moldovei. Stiintele Vietii). 2007. 2 (302), p. 102-114 New original data on Hg in mollusks Ostroumov S.A., Khushvakhtova of aquatic systems of the rivers of S.D., Danilova V.N., Ermakov the Moscow Region are presented. V.V. Mercury in the bivalves / / Environmental Chemistry (Ekologicheskaya Khimiya). 2008, v. 17, No. 2, p.84-87. (in Russ.); Ostroumov S.A., Danilova V.N., Khushvakhtova S.D., Ermakov V.V. Mercury in the soft tissues and shells of bivalve mollusks / / Toxicological Bulletin (Toksikologicheskiy Vestnik). 2009. No. 1. p.45-46. (in Russ.) Using the method of measuring Surface tension of aquatic surface tension (Wilhelmy plate), it solutions of sodium was shown that in the presence of dodecylsulphate in presence of macrophytes OST-1, the aquatic plants. - Water: removal/disappearance of surfactant technology and ecology. 2008. sodium dodecyl sulphate from the No. 3, p.57-60. [coauthors: water accelerates. S.A.O., Lazareva E.V.]; Impact of macrophytes on the surface tension of aqueous solutions of sodium dodecyl sulphate: the search for remediation phytotechnology. - Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology, 2008, 3 (7), P.75-77. [coauthors: Lazareva E.V., S.A.O.] Phytoremediation of heavy metals. Ostroumov S.A., Shestakova Changes in the concentrations of T.V., Kotelevtsev S.V., heavy metals in the water of Solomonova E.A., Golovnya experimental systems were studied. E.G., Poklonov V.A. Presence of Using the method of inversion the macrophytes in aquatic voltamperometry, the concentrations system accelerated a decrease 130

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of the heavy metals Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb were measured in the water of the experimental microcosms. Aquatic macrophytes Ceratophyllum demersum were incubated in the microcosms. The measured concentrations of all four heavy metals decreased in the microcosms with the macrophytes much faster than in the control microcosms without any aquatic plants. First measurements of the concentrations of As, , Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Cd, Cr in biogenic detritus in marine model ecosystem. The detritus that accumulated over > 10 months in the microcosms with Mytilus galloprovincialis contained As and metals. For the first time the concentrations of 9 elements in the detritus of this type was measured. Their concentrations were measured using atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). Their concentrations decreased in the order: Fe > Mn > Zn > Cu > As > Cr > Pb > Co > Cd. Also, concentrations of the same elements in Cystoseira crinita were measured. The concentrations decreased in the order: Fe > Zn > Mn > Cr > As > Cu > Pb > Cd > Co. The concentrations of some elements in the biogenic detritus that accumulated for over than 7 months in the freshwater microcosms with Viviparus viviparus, Unio pictorum, Ceratophyllum demersum were measured. Concentrations were determined using neutron activation analysis. The concentrations of elements decreased in the order: Ca > Zn > Ba> Na > Br > Ce > Se > Nd > La > U > Hf> Sb > Th > Sm > S> Cs > Yb >Eu > Au. Detritus that accumulated over 8 131

in concentrations of copper, lead and other heavy metals in water. // Water Sector of Russia: Problems, Technologies, Management (=Vodnoe Khozyaistvo Rossii). 2009. No. 2. p. 58 - 66.

Ostroumov S.A., Demina L.L. Ecological biogeochemistry and chemical elements (As, , Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Cd, Cr) in biogenic detritus in marine model ecosystem: measuring by the method of atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) // Ecological Systems and Devices [ = Ekologicheskie Sistemy i Pribory = ] 2009. 9, p.42-45.

Ostroumov S.A. , Kolesov G.M., Moiseeva Yu.A. Studying of aquatic microcosms with mollusks and plants: chemical elements in detritus. Water: Chemistry and Ecology (=Voda: Khimiya I ekologiya = : ) 2009. 8, p. 18-24.

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months in the freshwater microcosms with molluscs Viviparus viviparus and macrophytes Ceratophyllum demersum contained As and metals. Their concentrations in the detritus were measured using atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS). The concentrations decreased in the order: Fe > Mn > Zn > Cu > Pb >As> > Cd > Cr. If a mixture of some metals was added to the water of the microcosm, those metals (, Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, , Cd, Cr) were found in the detritus at concentrations higher than in the control. The most pronounced increase was found for the concentration of Cd (increase by the factor of over 3), (increase by the factor of over 13), and for Cr (increase by the factor of over 150). The new data confirm the recent theory of the polyfunctional role of the biota in water quality control and water self-purification (Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2004, V.396. P.136141; Ekologiya, No. 6, 2005, . 452 459). For the fist time, the phytotoxicity of a dish washing detergent to aquatic macrophytes was reported. The phytotoxic effects of the dish washing liquid detergent Amway Dish Drops on the viability of aquatic macrophytes Elodea canadensis in a microcosm were studied. After three days of the damaging effects of the detergent, the effect on the plants was observed at a concentration of Amway Dish Drops 300 mg / l and above. The damaging effects manifested as the reduction of the turgor pressure, resulting in the apical parts of shoots bent down (there was no shoots with apical

Role of biogenic detritus of aquatic systems in accumulation of metals and metalloids as exemplified by eight heavy metals and arsenic. Water Sector of Russia (Vodnoe Khozyaistvo Rossii, ISSN 19994508). 2010, No. 1, p. 60-69. Bibliogr. 24 refs. Annotation in English (p.106).

Ostroumov, S.A., Solomonova E.A. Liquid detergent Amway Dish Drops: the impact on water macrophytes Elodea canadensis / / Toxicological Bulletin (=Toksikologicheskij vestnik), 2009, No. 3, p.48-49. Bibliogr. 5 refs.

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parts growing upwards). With a more prolonged incubation (over 10 days), the damaging effects observed at lower concentrations of Amway Dish Drops: starting with the concentration of 200 mg / l and above. Experiments with nanoparticles were carried out in aquatic microcosms. This is the first time it is shown that the metal (Au) in significant amount bind to the living biomass of the aquatic macrophyte Ceratophyllum demersum. As a result of the binding and/or concentration, the amount of Au in the phytomass increased over the background level by the factor of 430. The amount of gold in the biomass was detected using neutron activation analysis (NAA).

Ostroumov S. A., Kolesov G. M. The aquatic macrophyte Ceratophyllum demersum immobilizes Au nanoparticles after their addition to water. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2010, Vol. 431, pp. 124127. [ISSN 0012-4966. Original Russian Text S.A. Ostroumov, G.M. Kolesov, 2010, published in Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2010, Vol. 431, No. 4, pp. 566569] http://scipeople.com/publication/ 69766/; Ostroumov S.A., Kolesov G.M., Poklonov V.A., Kotelevtsev S.V. Water macrophyte as a factor of potential concentration: interactions with metal nanoparticles. - Ecological Chemistry. 2009, 18(4): 222228. Bibliogr. 33 refs.

Table 1. (continuation). New results Hg. The average Hg concentration in the soft tissues of freshwater bivalves Unio pictorum from a river (the Moscow region) was 181.2 ng/g (dry weight), in the shells 160.0 ng/g. The concentration of Hg of the same order of magnitude was found in bivalves from some (but not all) marine ecosystems. u: linking Refs; additional comments on priority Studying the concentrations of mercury in bivalves.- Ecology of Evironment and Safety of Life Activity. 2007, no.5. p.79-80. [Co-authors: S.A.O., Khushvatova S.D., Danilova V.N., Ermakov V.V.]

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Daphnia were fed with algae Scenedesmus quadricauda. After filtration for 624 h in the presence of SDS (5 and 10 mg/l), the abundance of S. quadricauda cells in water was higher than in the control. The mean rate of algae removal by daphnia decreased within the first 3 h after the beginning of incubation in the presence of SDS (0.1, 0.5, and 1 mg/l). Concentrations of many elements in shells of the mollusk Viviparus viviparus

Mikus A.A., Toderas I.K. Interaction of copper with aquatic organisms in context of ecological monitoring and the role of aquatic organisms in biogeochemical fluxes. Water: Technology and Ecology. 2007. No. 4. p. 5468. Vorozhun I. M., S. A. Ostroumov. On studying the hazards of pollution of the biosphere: effects of sodium dodecylsulfate (SDS) on planktonic filter-feeders. - Doklady Biological Sciences, 2009, Vol. 425, pp. 133134. [ISSN 0012-4966, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2009. DOI: 10.1134/S0012496609020136; original Russian text: I.M. Vorozhun, S.A. Ostroumov, 2009, published in Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2009, Vol. 425, No. 2, pp. 271272]. Priority: The first data that a synthetic surfactant (SDS) decreases the rate of water filtration by Daphnia magna.

Ostroumov S.A., Kolesov G.M., Sapozhnikov D.Yu. The content of chemical elements in the shells of molluscs Viviparus viviparus: a study by the neutron activation method of analysis // Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions. 2009. v. 13, p. 113-117. Au, Hf and Cs were Ostroumov S.A., Kolesov G.M. The determined for the first determination of gold and other chemical time in biogenic elements in the constituents of the aquatic detritus formed during ecosystems by neutron activation analysis // seven months in Water: Technology and Ecology. 2009. No. 2. freshwater microcosms p. 62 68. containing organisms Viviparus viviparus, Unio pictorum, Ceratophyllum demersum. Measured concentrations of gold in biogenic detritus were 25 270 ng/g (for detritus dry weight), average concentration being as high as 147.5 134

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ng/g. Average concentration of Hf and Cs in biogenic detritus were of one order higher. Detection of heavy metals (Pb, Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Cd, Cr) in biogenic detritus in freshwater microcosms

Ostroumov S.A., and Demina L.L. Detection of heavy metals (Pb, Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Cd, Cr) in biogenic detritus in microcosms with freshwater organisms. Ecological Chemistry. 2010, 19, No.1. p.44-48.

Table 2. Some new methods, concepts and terminology - ecology, biology, life sciences. Abbreviations: Ecol. Stud. = ESHS = Ecological Studies, Hazards, Solutions ; DAN = Doklady Akademii Nauk, a leading journal of Russian Academy of Sciences Fundamental concepts developed, modernized or suggested Biochemical ecology and biochemical hydrobiology; References

Ostroumov S.A. Introduction to Biochemical Ecology (1986); Biochemical ecology and hydrobiology: a contribution to sustainable use of bioresources and development of in the book (1986), it is economy. - In: Proceedings of the section the first time that the "Noospheric Knowledge and Technology". expression Moscow. Russian Academy of Natural 'biochemicial ecology ' Sciences. 2005. P.224-230; Facts and was introduced; it is concepts of ecology 1. New scientific considered that in the disciplines: biochemical ecology and book, the new biochemical hydrobiology // ESHS, 2004, 7: scientific discipline of 106-111; On concepts of biochemical ecology biochemical ecology and hydrobiology: ecological chemomediators. was established. - Siberian Ecological Journal (Sibirsky Ekologichesky Zhurnal). 2006. - 13, No.1. - P. 73-82; Developing the conceptual apparatus in the area of biochemical ecology (and chemical communication). Seeking and developing adequate terminology. Ecol. Studies, Haz., Sol., 2006, v. 11, p.17; Contemporary Problems of Ecology, 2008, V. 1 (2): 238-244; New scientific disciplines in the system of ecological and biospheric sciences: biochemical ecology and biochemical hydrobiology // Ecological Chemistry. 2009, 18 (2): p.102-110.

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Concept of biomachinery; in these publication, it is the first time that the new term 'biomachinery' was introduced

Ostroumov S.A. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2000. Vol. 374, P. 514-516; DAN 2004, 396: 136-141; On the Multifunctional Role of the Biota in the Self-Purification of Aquatic Ecosystems // Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 36, No. 6, 2005, pp. 414420. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 6, 2005, pp. 452459; The role of aquatic biota in the mechanism of the ecosystem that form water quality: a central, labile and vulnerable component of the water self-purification system // Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity. 2005. No.4 (28), P. 46-52; the books 'Biological Effects of Surfactants in Connection with the Anthropogenic Impact on the Biosphere'; 'Biological Effects of Surfactants on Organisms'; 'Biotic Mechanism of SelfPurification of Freshwater and Marine Water'; 'Pollution, Self-Purification and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems'; : , 2007, No.2, .49-69; Contemporary Problems of Ecology, 2008 (Feb), Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 147-152. Ostroumov S.A. Integrity-oriented approach to ecological biomachinery for self-purification and bioremediation in aquatic ecosystems: stopping an ecological time [disturbance] [...]. - Limnology and Oceanography: Navigating into the Next Century. February 1-5, 1999, Santa Fe, New Mexico. ASLO, Waco, TX. 1999. P. 134; initiated and chaired the session "Ecosystems as Hi-Tech Water Purification Biomachinery" at the ASLO Meeting Limnology and Oceanography: Navigating into the Next Century. February 1-5, 1999, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Ostroumov S.A. Filter-feeders as part of ecological biomachinery to purify water // XXIX Congress of International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology (SIL). Abstracts. Lahti (Finland) 2004. P.239; Ostroumov S.A. Some aspects of water filtering activity of filter-feeders // Hydrobiologia. 2005, 542 (1): 275 286;

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Ostroumov S.A. Filter-feeders as part of ecological biomachinery to purify water // Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 2005. Vol. 29/2 (Stuttgart, E.Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung), p.1072-1075; Ostroumov S.A. Biomachinery for maintaining water quality and natural water self-purification in marine and estuarine systems: elements of a qualitative theory // International Journal of Oceans and Oceanography. 2006. Vol. 1, No.1. p.111-118. Ostroumov S.A. DAN, 2001, 380: 714-717; DAN, 2001, 380: 847-849; DAN = Doklady Akademii Nauk, a leading journal of Russian Academy of Sciences

Synecological synergism of manmade impact; it is the first time that the concept and term 'synecological synergism' was introduced; A new modern conceptualization of ecosystem A new modern conceptualization of the boundaries (borderlines) of ecosystems Inhibitory analysis in ecology; it is the first time that the concept of inhibitory analysis was proposed for studied of interorganismal interactions Ecological repair (ecological reparation); it is the first time that the concept and term 'ecological repair' was introduced;

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Ostroumov S.A. Identification of a new type of hazard of chemicals: inhibition of processes of ecological remediation. - DAN. 2002. Vol. 385. No. 4. P. 571-573; On biotic purification of water and ecological repair. - Siberian Ecological Journal. 2006. No 3 p. 339-343; Ecological reparation and restoration of infringements in systems of various levels of organization of life: search of elements of fundamental similarity // Samarskaya Luka. 2008. V. 17, No. 4(26). p. 708-717; Biocenotic purification and water quality: the 137

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New fundamental concepts of the principle of ecological uncertainty; it is the first time that the concept and term principle of ecological uncertainty ' was introduced and analyzed; New typology and conceptualization of the pathways of chemical elements migrating in the biosphere, with special attention to stochastic and vectorial, as well as cyclic and noncyclic pathways. Integrated abioticbiotic regulation of biogeochemical processes (a new concept of biokosnaya regulyaciya)

contribution of environmental repair // Ecological Chemistry. 2009, 18 (2): p.123-128. On the Multifunctional Role of the Biota in the Self-Purification of Aquatic Ecosystems // Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 36, No. 6, 2005, pp. 414420. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 6, 2005, pp. 452459; The role of aquatic biota in the mechanism of the ecosystem that form water quality: a central, labile and vulnerable component of the water selfpurification system // Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity. 2005. No.4 (28), P. 46-52; : , 2007, 2, .49-69; Elements of the theory of biocontrol of water quality: a factor in the ecological safety of the sources of water. Chemical and Biological Safety (Khimicheskaya i biologicheskaya bezopasnost) 2008. No. 5-6. p.36-39. [http://www.cbsafety.ru/rus/saf_41_3.asp]. Ostroumov S.A. Ecol. Stud. Hazards, Solutions, 2004, 7: 138

Ostroumov S.A. Polyfunctional role of biota in migration of chemical elements and formation of the geochemical environment: towards development of the theory of the apparatus of the biosphere. - Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology. 2006. V.1 (1). P. 24-31; Also in Vestnik RAEN; Gidrobionty kak faktor reguljacii potokov veshchestva i migracii elementov v vodnyh ekosistemah. Izvestija Samarskogo nauchnogo centra RAN, 2003. V. 5, No. 2, p.249-255. Ostroumov S.A. O roli gidrobiontov v regulyacii potokov veshchestva i migracii elementov v vodnyh ekosistemakh // Vestnik RAEN. 2002. V. 2. No. 3. P.50-54. [Vestnik of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences 2002, 2 (No.3): 50-54]; Gidrobionty kak faktor 138

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Functions of the biota as a factor for stabilization of the environment and climatic system of the Earth; a new conceptualization of the list of the main functions of organism in preventing global change The concepts of synecological cooperativity and ecological taxation in biological communities; it is the first time that the concepts and terms synecological cooperativity and ecological taxation were introduced; A new approach to monetary assessment of the ecological services of aquatic ecosystems Extended the scientific approaches of E. Schrdinger and I. Prigogine by applying them to aquatic ecosystems; some new conclusions that challenge the statements of E. Schrdinger were drawn Proposed the new

reguljacii potokov veshchestva i migracii elementov v vodnyh ekosistemah. - Izvestija Samarskogo nauchnogo centra RAN, 2003. V. 5, No. 2, p.249-255; Ostroumov S.A. Geokhimicheskij apparat vodnyx -ekosistem: biokosnaya regulyaciya // Vestnik RAN. 2004. V.74. 9. P.785-791. Vestnik of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences 2003, 3 (No.2): 59

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method of recurrent additions to study phytoremediation Studies of the phytoremediation potential of aquatic plants.

Solutions, 2004, 11: 72-74;

Phytoremediation of perchlorate, surfactants, heavy metals (Pb, Cu, Zn, Cd)

The macrophyte accelerated the disappearance of the surfactant sodium dodecylsulphate (SDS) from water. Following the addition of SDS, the surface tension of water in the microcosm with the macrophyte OST1 restored to the level which was close to that of pure water within less than three days.

Studies of the phytoremediation potential of aquatic plants. Environment Ecology and Safety of Life Activity. 2006. No. 6 (36). P. 6368. [S.A.O., E.A. Solomonova]; Studies of the tolerance of aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L. to sodium dodecylsulphate. Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Ser. 16. Biology. 2007. No.4. p.39-42. [Solomonova E.A., S.A.O.]. [English edition: Tolerance of an aquatic macrophyte Potamogeton crispus L. to sodium dodecyl sulphate. - Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin [ISSN 0096-3925 (Print) 1934-791X (Online)]). 2007. Volume 62, Number 4. p. 176-179]. Ostroumov S.A., Kapitsa A.P., Kotelevtsev S.V., Golovnya E.G., Gorshkova O.M., Lasareva E.V., McCutcheon S., Shestakova T.V., Solomonova E.A. Innovative phytotechnology: contributing to the best available technologies of complex control and prevention of water pollution. - Ecol. Stud., Haz., Solutions, 2009, v.13. p.101-103; Ostroumov S.A., Shestakova T.V. Decreasing in the measurable concentrations of Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb in the water of the experimental systems with Ceratophyllum demersum: phytoremediation potential. - Doklady Akademii Nauk. 2009, vol. 428, No. 2, p. 282285. Lazareva E. V., S. A. Ostroumov. Accelerated decrease in surfactant concentration in the water of a microcosm in the presence of plants: innovations for phytotechnology. Doklady Biological Sciences, 2009, Vol. 425, p. 180182. [ISSN 0012-4966; DOI: 10.1134/S0012496609020276, in Eng.; original Russian text: E.V. Lazareva, S.A. Ostroumov, 2009, published in Doklady Akademii Nauk, 2009, Vol. 425, No. 6, pp. 843845]; Impact of macrophytes on the surface tension of aqueous solutions of sodium dodecyl sulphate: the search for remediation phytotechnology // Problems of Biogeochemistry and Geochemical Ecology, 2008, No. 3 (7), P.75-77 [coauthors: Lazareva 140

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Aquatic plants C. demersum induced a removal of the heavy metals Cu, Zn, Cd, and Pb from water. Zooremediation

Ecosystems and organisms were considered as two types of entities involved in life phenomena at two levels of organization of living systems. The parameters that were considered included: the main functions, the main prerequisites for those functions, discreteness and continuity in space, discreteness and continuity in time, the boundaries, the ability to control the physical and chemical parameters of the environment, the ability to decrease entropy in energydependent way, etc.

E.V., S.A.O.] Ostroumov S.A., Shestakova T.V. Decreasing the measurable concentrations of Cu, Zn, Cd, and Pb in the water of the experimental systems containing Ceratophyllum demersum: The phytoremediation potential // Doklady Biological Sciences, 2009, vol. 428, no. 1, p. 444-447 Approaches to purification and remediation of aquatic systems (phytoremediation, bioremediation, zooremediation) in connection with the theory of polyfunctional role of biota in water self-purification. Water: technology and ecology. 2007. No. 2. p.49-69. Ostroumov S.A. A comparison of some features and parameters that characterize the ecosystem and the organism (=Comparing some parameters which characterize ecosystems and organisms) // Ecological Chemistry [St.Petersburg] 2009, 18 (2): p.120122. Bibliogr. 12 refs.

Priority: the first systematic analysis, where the comparison and juxtaposition of parameters which characterize ecosystems and organisms was made.

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