Геофизические процессы и биосфера: статья

БАКТЕРИАЛЬНЫЕ СООБЩЕСТВА МЕРЗЛЫХ ЧЕТВЕРТИЧНЫХ ПОРОД МОРСКОГО ГЕНЕЗИСА НА ПОБЕРЕЖЬЕ о. ЗАПАДНЫЙ ШПИЦБЕРГЕН
Е.С. КАРАЕВСКАЯ1,2
Н.Э. ДЕМИДОВ1
В.С. КАЗАНЦЕВ3
И.М. ЕЛИЗАРОВ4
А.Г. КАЛОШИН5
А.Л. ПЕТРОВ5
Д.С. КАРЛОВ6
Л. ШИРРМАЙСТЕР7
А.А. БЕЛОВ8
С. ВЕТТЕРИХ7
1 ГНЦ РФ «Арктический и антарктический научно-исследовательский институт»
2 Институт общей генетики им. Н.И. Вавилова РАН
3 Институт физики атмосферы имени А.М. Обухова РАН
4 Федеральный исследовательский центр «Фундаментальные основы биотехнологии» РАН, Институт микробиологии имени С.Н. Виноградского РАН
5 Научно-аналитический центр, Апрелевское отделение Всероссийского научно-исследовательского геологического нефтяного института
6 Всероссийский научно-исследовательский институт сельскохозяйственной микробиологии
7 Институт Альфреда Вегенера Центра полярных и морских исследований имени Гельмгольца
8 Московский государственный университет имени М.В. Ломоносова
Журнал: Геофизические процессы и биосфера
Том: 20
Номер: 2
Год: 2021
Страницы: 75-98
УДК: 577+579+550.72
DOI: 10.21455/GPB2021.2-5
Информация об авторах
Аннотация
Библиографический список
Ключевые слова: о. Западный Шпицберген, вечная мерзлота, морские осадки, культивируемые аэробные бактерии, V4 регион гена 16S рРНК, домен Bacteria, метан
Аннотация: Изучено бактериальное разнообразие образцов вечной мерзлоты, полученных при бурении мерзлых четвертичных отложений морского генезиса на восточном побережье зал. Гренфьорд о. Западный Шпицберген. Исследование основано на анализе V4 региона гена 16S рРНК, проведенного с помощью секвенирования нового поколения, а также с применением классических микробиологических методов (прямой люминесцентной микроскопии, аэробного культивирования). Общее количество клеток в образцах вечной мерзлоты варьировало от 6.73±0.73∙10
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