Kuzminskiy Ye.V.

Detection of Allelic Variants of Wax Gene among National and Foreign Barley Varieties

The objective of the present study was to apply of the molecular marker system for detection of the allelic variants of the Wаx gene. Starch pasting properties are very important factors in malting, food processing and feed quality of barley cultivars. Therefore, it is important to control of the amylose/amylopectin ratio in the barley starch. The Wаx locus of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is responsible for the amylose endosperm biosynthesis.

Reserching Electrical Activity of Hippocampal Neurons in Culture

It is shown in this paper that the presynaptic cell directly causes postsynaptic current in the postsynaptic neuron determines its amplitude. Combination of the electrophysiological techniques, mathematical tools, and сytochemical research allow deeper analysis and understanding of the differences in the mechanisms of generation series of action potentials and excitatory inhibitory neurons in the hippocampus.

Using Species Molecular Features of Vascular Plants in Modern Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

The paper offers promising investment destination for addressing VI-th biotech level – network biopharmaceutical local associations, “the principle of cluster triangle” based on intellectual investments in conservation three-dimensional biological activity structures and use of information capacity in the pharmaceutical nanoscale lignin components of vascular plants.

Study about the Influence of Conditions of Exoelectrogenes Cultivation on Bioelectrochemical Hydrogen Evolution Process

This paper presents a brief overview of methods for obtaining hydrogen. We study the influence of cultivation conditions of exoelectrogenes on the efficiency of bioelectrochemical hydrogen production. We describe the method of two-stage anode biofilm selection, which is used for exoelectrogenes immobilization on the anode. Furthermore, we determine the impact of the applied voltage values ranged from 0,2 to 0,8 V on the process of bioelectrochemical hydrogen production using sodium acetate as a substrate.

Biohydrogen Production Ways

The present paper describes biohydrogen production methods according to the classification of energy sources used by microorganisms. We also conduct the comparative analysis of these processes. We describe the microorganism-producers, hydrogen formation reaction and optimal environmental parameters for every method of biohydrogen production. All these methods have their advantages and disadvantages. Crucially, we define the most optimal biohydrogen production way. Photobiological hydrogen production and biomass production should take place on the first stage.