International scientific peer-reviewed journal Achievements in the life sciences
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    №2 of Achievements in the life sciences, 2010

Golubev S.N., Golubev S.S.
Specifics of the quantum effects in biology
A living organism is an analog device, created by nature for the effective existence of the physical laws of the microcosm, so the body turns out to be materialized chemical imitation, or an analog model, the geometric structure of quasicrystalline own vacuum. In this model the vacuum is easy to compute the real relation between the masses of elementary particles and quantum mechanics gets a realistic interpretation. In biology a rational explanation receives a number of events from the origin of life to the asymmetry of right and left structures.
Keywords: quantum physics, atoms, quasicrystals, gravity.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 7-37
Kostetski E.Ya.
How did the life begin?
Shows the author's theory about the origin protocells pro- and eukaryotic type, with the participation of elements of the gas phase, the apatite matrix and co-сrystallized with the mineral (carbonat-apatit, calcite, mica). Phosphates apatite remain in the synthesized nucleic helix and define its size and complementarity only purine and pyrimidine bases. A possible mechanism for the transition of crystal-organic crystal-liquid crystal (protocell), the matrix model of the mechanism of transcription and translation. Attempts to answer the key questions of biochemistry and molecular biology, challenges in addressing the origin of life on the Earth.
Keywords: origin of life, apatite, matrix synthesis, liquid crystal.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 38-67
Pavlyutkin B.I., Chekryzhov I.Yu.
Volcanism, coal genesis, and problems of biological extinction at mesozoic–cenozoic boundary
According to hypothesis proposed by the authors the epochs of areal volcanism and large-scaled coal formation alternate in the Earth's history. Volcanism created favorable biogenic and abiogenic conditions for the further accumulation and preservation of the vegetable mortmass. Active areal volcanism for a long time influenced negatively on the reptile population because of their physiological and reproductive dependence on the degree of direct solar radiation that is reduced essentially due to the global dusty filling of the atmosphere with ash eruptions of numerous volcanoes. The volcanic factor has complicated in particular the dinosaurs' habitat conditions and hastened the extinction of this reptile population weakened by the previous biotic causes.
Keywords: volcanism, coal formation, dinosaurs, extinction of population.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 68-77
Gusev V.A.
"Drop" hypothesis of chemical evolution stage of life on the Earth
A model water-drip reactor operating in the Earth's atmosphere, which initially did not require the presence of organics. The organics appear in the synthesis of the constituent elements of the atmosphere with the participation of lightning-generating electromagnetic waves of a wide range. On the basis of such a reactor proposed molecular mechanism of a prototype cell organism – the compartment surrounded by a lipid bilayer, within which is contained a solution of low molecular weight organic compounds, at physiological concentration of oligopeptides possessing catalytic activity and polysaccharide precursors of nucleic acids. Compartment provided with a permanently acting source of free energy. The presence of these factors is the key to ensuring the possibility of further evolution of the compartment to the stage of a biological cell.
Keywords: life, origin, microorganisms.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 78-90
Pamirsky I.E., Golokhvast K.S.
On the relationship of diatom frustulins and proteins of other life forms
This article is a continuation of our study of biomineralization proteins found in diatoms, sponges, magnitotactic bacteria, as well as finding their homologues among proteins of plants, animals and other life forms. In particular at the level of entire sequences, and their individual sites in silico shown a different degree of homology of frustuls (Cylindrotheca fusiformis, Phaeodactylum tricornutum CCAP 1055 / 1, Navicula pelliculosa, Thalassiosira pseudonana), representing the family of calcium-binding glycoprotein involved in the formation of species-specific biosilica shell of diatoms with proteins of viruses, bacteria, multicellular organisms, worms, insects, oysters, amphioxus, fish, mammals, including man, as well as fungi and plants.
Keywords: proteins, frustuls, biomineralization.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 91-98
Bolotin E.I.
About basis of epidemiological science
Object and subject of epidemiology has been elaborated. Objects of this science are anthropoecological systems, but object of classic epidemiology of infections diseases are anthropoparasitic system of different level. Subject of epidemiology of infection diseases are relationship of anthropoparasitic systems.
Keywords: epidemiology, anthropoparasitic and anthropoecological systems.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 99-106
Veremchuk L.V., Zhernovoi M.V., Kiku P.F.
Environmental dependence of oncological diseases in the Primorye territory
In article the cause and effect model of system influence of the environment on distribution of oncological diseases in Primorsky territory is described. It is established that the ecological dependence system estimation of oncological diseases distribution of Primorsky territory has shown social conditionality of the common oncology diseases and skin cancer with distinction of priorities of influence. Diseases of a cancer easy, kidneys and a stomach have technical conditionality with specificity of pathogenetic influence of the environmental separate factors. The received results can be use for development of the complex program "Oncology".
Keywords: oncology, environment.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 107-114
Kiku P.F., Veremchuk L.V., Gorborukova T.V.
Informational-mathematical modelling of medical and ecological processes
In article questions of medical-ecological processes modelling are covered at realization of socialhygienic researches. Are submitted by models: model of a complex medical-ecological estimation of system an environment–health of the person, informational and analytical model of quality influence of an inhabitancy on distribution of respiratory apparatus illnesses, informational and analytical model of formation and distribution of defecit iodine diseases. The described models allow to reveal relationships of cause and effect between a state of population health and a level of an ecological pressure to allocate territories of medical-ecological trouble, to establish the conducting factors of environmental contamination influencing health of a population.
Keywords: modelling, statistics, health, population.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 115-125
Herman T.I., Degtyar A.A.
Medical-ecological situation in Arseniev (1997–2007)
We analyse environmental quality (air, water and the composition of the actual peaks tanie) in Arseniev and assess health and demographic situation in the city over the period 1997–2007. Revealed that since 2001 the mortality rate is estimated as high. A registered growth of low birth weight (growth rate of the past 5 years –29,7 %), stillbirth rate has increased by 58,1 %. Also noted an increase in refractive incidence of individual nosological forms (respiratory diseases, neo-education; diseases of blood and blood-forming organs, diseases of the circulatory system, digestive system, genitourinary system, endocrine and musculoskeletal systems, as well as iodine-deficient state).
Keywords: health and demographic situation, social and hygienic monitoring.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 126-133
Seredkin I.V.
Basic types of interspecific relationship of brown bear Ursus arctos in the Sikhote-Alin
Relationship of brown bear Ursus arctos with other types of animals in the Sikhote-Alin are diversity different characters. In the ecosystems of the region bear stands in this relationship as a competition-rents for different types of food resources, commensal, boarder, and a predator. His only enemy is the Siberian tiger Panthera tigris altaica. Brown bear susceptible helminth invasions, including those with epidemiological significance for man.
Keywords: brown bear, Ursus arctos, interspecific relationship, the Sikhote-Alin, competition, predation, parasitism.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 134-145
Koveshnikov E.V., Savchenko V.N.
Heuristic value of atomistic program of Democritus
This article is dedicated to investigation of Democritus atomistic program, reasons of beginning this program, base thesises of program and meanings of it at present day. In this article you can find some philosophic reflections about variety of atomistic ideas in contemporary sciences and scientific knowledge. More than that the paper considers the main peculiarities of the every concrete atomism. This article may be used by elaboration lecture courses of natural history, history of philosophy or philosophy of science.
Keywords: doctrine of atomism, philosophy.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 146-156

    Proceedings of the II International Pacific Symposium
    "Living and nonliving. Material and power interaction" (Vladivostok, 23-24 October, 2010)

Bolotin E.I.
A new representation of the object and the subject of epidemiology – the science of human interaction with the living and inanimate nature
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 157-158
Borovkova E.V., Kuleshov K.V.
Identification of microorganisms in the pigment and cholesterol holelitah based on analysis of 16s ribosomal DNA
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 159-160
Vyazovaya E.A. Toporkova L.B.
Transdermal delivery of mineral nanoparticles: drug or food?
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 161-162
Naumov Yu.A.
Oil hydrocarbons in the ecosystems of the coastal shelf zone of the Gulf of Peter the Great
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 163-164
Osipova E.B., Abramov V.A.
Mechanical and mathematical modelling of the formation mechanism of structural traps petroleum basins
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 165-168
Pavlova O.N., Lomakina A.V., Likhoshvai A.V., Fedorova G.A., Shishlyannikova T.A., Kornevа E.S., Bukin S.V., Zemskaya T.I.
Microbial communities in the areas of natural oil seepage in Lake Baikal
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 169-171
Pletnev S.P., Simonenko S.V.
New approaches to the interpretation of paleoclimatic data
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 172-174
Punina T.A., Gaplikova E.N.
The role of organisms in the processes of lithogenesis
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 175-176
Sereda A.V.
Information and energy aspects of the balance of interests in global geopolitics, aimed at the survival of humanity
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 176-178
Suslova M.Yu., Zakharova Yu.R., Sorokovikova E.G., Parfenova V.V., Pavlova O.N., Bedoshvili E.D.
The role of sporeforming bacteria of the genus Bacillus in a cycle of silicon in Lake Baikal's ecosystem
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 178-180
Efendieva M.A.
About non-sinchronism of evolutional processes of "live" and "inanimate" nature
Achievements in the Life Sciences, 2010. №2. P. 181-183
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