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Bacterial biofilms as a form of interaction of bacteria with the environment


Work number - M 30 FILED

Presented Molecular Biology and Genetics of NAS of Ukraine

Authors:
Moshynets Olena Volodymyrivna

The present work by Moshynets O.V. comprises a large number of new experimental data on the biology of bacterial biofilms in both fundamental and applied aspects. In particular, the role of oxygen gradients and cellulose production were studied in the context of biofilm formation by the gram-negative bacteria. Moreover, the evolutionary aspects of cellulose production by bacteria were described, as well as a role of quorum sensing in biofilm formation and plant-microbial interactions, and relevant experimental data were presented. The biology of the plant-microbial interaction in the phytosphere of rapeseed and bamboo plants was studied.

Number of publications: 54 publications, including 2 monographs, 19 articles with 9 articles published in international journals, 31 abstracts published in annals of international congresses and conferences published from 2006 to 2018 and two patents for inventions. The publications have been cited 182 times according to Google Scholar, 78 times by Scopus and 69 times by Web of Science.

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