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Denis Jur'evich Rogozin

Denis Y. Rogozin
Laboratory of Biophysics of Ecosystems
Institute of Biophysics
Akademgorodok 50 str. 50, 660036 Krasnoyarsk Russia
Tel: (3912) 495839

1998 Ph.D., Biophysics, Institute of Biophysics, Krasnoyarsk , Russia
Ph.D. thesis Theoretical basis of the search for density-dependent growth controlling factors in microbial communities
1993 M.Sc., Biophysics, Krasnoyarsk State University , Krasnoyarsk , Russia

2015 Doctor of Science, Hydrobiology, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk , Russia. Doctoral thesis "Patterns of stratification and spatial dynamics of phototrophic sulfur bacteria in meromictic lakes of Khakasia".

1993 -present: Laboratory of Biophysics of Ecosystems, Institute of Biophysics SB RAS , senior research scientist, research scientists (1998-2006), junior research scientist (1997-1998), a laboratory assistant (1993-1994)

Aquatic microbial ecology, physical limnology, stratification of the lakes, paleolimnology, paleoclimate

Laboratory research: cultivation of phototrophic sulfur bacteria, isolation of pure cultures of phototrophic sulfur bacteria, fluorescent in-situ hybridization (FISH), spectrophotometric and fluorescent pigment analysis, light and fluorescent microscopy.
Field research: bacteria and protozoa sampling, precision sampling by multi-syringe thin-layer sampler, sediment sampling, samples treatment and processing, operation the submersible probes, scuba diving
Mathematical modeling: modeling of microbial population dynamics, modeling of microbial processes of sulfur cycling.

Rogozin, D.Yu. and A.G. Degermendzhy. A Theory of the Search for Density Dependent Biochemical Factors Supporting the Biodiversity of Microbial Communities // Doklady Biological Sciences (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences), 1995, Vol. 345, № 1, p.127-129 (in Russian).
Rogozin, D.Yu. and A. G. Degermendzhy. A Theory of the Dynamics and Microevolution of Density-Dependent Factors in a Microbial Community // Doklady Biological Sciences (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences), 1998, Vol. 359, p. 156
Rogozin, D.Yu., A. G. Degermendzhy, and V. V. Adamovich. The Effect of Quantization of Sensitivity Coefficients of Density-Dependent Growth Control Factors of Microbial Populations in a Chemostat // Doklady Biological Sciences (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences), 1999, Vol. 365, p.160
Degermendzhy, A. G., V. V. Adamovich, and D. Yu. Rogozin. Experimental Testing of the Method for Detection of Density-Dependent Factors Controlling Growth of Microbial Populations // Doklady Biological Sciences (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences), 1999, Vol. 366, p.274
Adamovich, V. V., D. Yu. Rogozin, and A. G. Degermendzhy Development of the Theory of the Search for Density Growth Control Factors in Microbial Populations // Doklady Biological Sciences (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences), 2003, Vol. 390, p. 245.
Pimenov, N. V., I. I. Rusanov, O. V. Karnachuk, D. Yu. Rogozin, I. A. Bryantseva, O. N. Lunina, S. K. Yusupov, V. P. Parnachev, and M. V. Ivanov. Microbial Processes of the Carbon and Sulfur Cycles in Lake Shira (Khakasia) (2003) Microbiology (Translated from Mikrobiologiya), Vol.72 No. 2, p. 221.
Kosolapov, D.B., D.Y. Rogozin, I.A. Gladchenko, A.I. Kopylov and E.E. Zakharova. Microbial Sulfate Reduction in Brackish Meromictic Steppe Lake // Aquatic Ecology, 2003, V.37, No.3, P. 215-226.
Khizhnyak, S.V., I.V.Tausheva, A.A. Berezikova, Y.V. Nesterenko, D.Y. Rogozin. Psichrophilic and psichrotolerant heterotrophic microorganisms of carstic caves of Middle Siberia // Russian Journal of Ecology, 2003, V.34, No. 4, p. 231.
Degermendzhy, A.G., N.A. Gaevsky, N.P. Belonog, E.A. Ivanova, D.Yu. Rogozin, A.A. Koltashev, E.S. Gribalev. Study of the physico-chemical and biological characteristics of two balineological lakes (Matarak, Shunet, Republic Khakassia) // Vestnik Krasnoyarskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta (Proseedings of Krasnoyarsk State University) , V.5, 2003. - p. 107-115. (In Russian).
Rogozin D.Y., N.V. Pimenov, D.B. Kosolapov, Yu.V. Chan'kovskaya, A.G. Degermendzhy. Thin layer vertical distributions of purple sulfur bacteria in chemocline zones of meromictic Lakes Shira and Shunet (Khakassia). Doklady Biological Sciences (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences) 2005. V. 400. - p. 54-56 (Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk (2005) 400: 426-429).
Adamovich, V. V., D. Yu. Rogozin, and A. G. Degermendzhy. Developing the Control Criterion for a Continuous Culture of Microorganisms. Microbiology (Translated from Mikrobiologiya), 2005, V. 74, No.1, p.1.
Savvichev, A.S., I.I. Rusanov, D.Yu. Rogozin, E.E. Zakharova, O.N. Lunina, S.K. Yusupov, N.V. Pimenov, A.G. Degermendzhy, and M.V. Ivanov. Microbiological and Isotopic-Geochemical Investigations of Meromictic Lakes in Khakasia in Winter (2005) Microbiology (Translated from Mikrobiologiya), Vol.74 No. 4, p. 477.
Kallistova, A. Yu., M. V. Kevbrina, N. V. Pimenov, I. I. Rusanov, D. Yu. Rogozin, B. Wehrli, and A. N. Nozhevnikova. Sulfate Reduction and Methanogenesis in the Shira and Shunet Meromictic Lakes (Khakasia, Russia) (2006) Microbiology (Translated from Mikrobiologiya), Vol.75 No. 6, p. 720.
Lunina, O.N., I.A. Bryantseva, V.N. Akimov, I.I. Rusanov, D.Yu. Rogozin, E.S. Barinova, A.M. Lysenko, and N.V. Pimenov. (2007) Seasonal Changes in the Structure of the Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacterial Community in Lake Shunet, Khakassia. Microbiology (Translated from Mikrobiologiya), Vol.76 No.3, p. 368
Lunina, O.N., I.A. Bryantseva, V.N. Akimov, I.I. Rusanov, E.S. Barinova, A.M. Lysenko, D.Yu. Rogozin, and N.V. Pimenov. (2007) Anoxigenic Phototrophic Bacteria Community of Lake Shira (Khakassia). Microbiology (Translated from Mikrobiologiya), Vol.76 No.4, p. 469
16. Rogozin DY and Degermendzhy AG (2008) Hydraulically-operated thin-layer sampler for sampling heterogeneous water columns. Journal of Siberian Federal University, 2008, V.1, No 2, P.111-117
17. Rogozin, D. Yu., V. V. Zykov, M. Yu. Chernetskii, and A. G. Degermendzhy Anoxygenic Phototrophic Bacteria in Meromictic Lakes of Southern Siberia
during the Ice Period: Spatial Distributions and Ecological Conditions. Doklady Biological Sciences (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences) 2009. V. 424. – p. 63 (Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk (2009) 424: 712-717)
18. Rogozin DY, Zykov VV, Chernetsky MY, Degermendzhy AG and Gulati RD (2009) Effect of winter conditions on distributions of anoxic phototrophic bacteria in two meromictic lakes in Siberia, Russia. Aquatic Ecology V.43, No.3, P. 661. DOI: 10.1007/s10452-009-9270-7

19. Rogozin DY, Trusova MY, Khromechek EB and Degermendzhy AG Microbial community of the chemocline of meromictic Lake Shunet during summer stratification (2010) Microbiology (Translated from Mikrobiologiya), Vol.79 No. 2, pp. 253–261

20. Rogozin DY, Genova SV, Gulati RD and Degermendzhy AG (2010) Some generalizations on stratification and vertical mixing in meromictic Lake Shira, Russia, in the period 2002-2009. Aquatic Ecology V.44, No.3, P.485-496. DOI: 10.1007/s10452-010-9328-6

21. Genova SN, Belolipetskii VM, Rogozin DY, Degermendzhy AG and Mooij WM (2010) A one-dimensional model of vertical stratification of Lake Shira focused on winter conditions and ice cover. Aquatic Ecology 44 (3): 571-584. DOI: 10.1007/s10452-010-9327-7

22. Khromechek EB, Barkhatov YV, Rogozin DY (2010) Densities and distribution of flagellates and ciliates in the chemocline of saline, meromictic Lake Shunet (Siberia, Russia). Aquatic Ecology 44: 497-511. DOI:10.1007/s10452-010-9332-x

23. Degermendzhy AG, Zadereev YS, Rogozin DY, Prokopkin IG, Barkhatov YV, Tolomeev AP, Khromechek EB, Janse JP, Mooij WM and Gulati RD (2010) Vertical stratification of physical, chemical and biological components in two saline lakes Shira and Shunet (South Siberia, Russia). Aquatic Ecology 44(3): 619-632. DOI: 10.107/s10452-010-9336-6

24. Rogozin DY, Pulyaevskaya MV, Zuev IV, Makhutova ON, Degermendzhi AG (2011) Growth, diet and fatty acid composition of gibel carp Carassius gibelio in Lake Shira, a brackish water body in southern Siberia. Journal of Siberian Federal University. Biology 1, (2011 4), P.86-103.

25. Rogozin D. Yu., V. V. Zykov, I. A. Kalugin, A. V. Daryin, A. G. Degermendzhy (2011) Carotenoids of Phototrophic Organisms in Bottom Sediments of Meromictic Lake Shira (Siberia, Russia) as an Indicator of Past Stratification Doklady Biological Sciences (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences) 2011. V. 439. – p. 228 (Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk (2011) Vol. 439, pp. 282-285).
26. Zykov V.V., D.Yu. Rogozin, I.A. Kalugin, A.V. Dar’in, and A.G. Degermendzhi (2012) Carotenoids in Bottom Sediments of Lake Shira as a Paleoindicator for Reconstruction of Lake States in Khakssiya, Russia. Contemporary Problems of Ecology, 2012, Vol. 5, No. 4, P. 434-442. DOI: 10.1134/S199542551204018X
27. Zhila NO, Prudnikova SV, Zadereev E.S., Rogozin DY. (2012) Degradation of polyhydroxyalkanoate films in brackish Lake Shira Journal of Siberian Federal University, Biology 2. 2012, No 5, P.210-215.
28. Tretyakov G. , Kalugin, A.V. Dar’in, Rogozin D.Y. and A.G. Degermendzhi (2012) Physical-chemical conditions of seasonal sedimentation of carbonates in Lake Shira (Khakasia). Doklady Earth Sciences (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences) V. 446. (Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk 2012, Vol. 446, pp. 197-200)
29. Rogozin D.Y., Zykov V.V., Degermendzhi A. (2012) Ecology of Purple Sulfur Bacteria in the Highly Stratified Meromictic Lake Shunet (Siberia, Khakassia) Microbiology (Translated from Mikrobiologiya), Vol.81, No.6 . P. 727-735
30. Kalugin I., Darin A., Rogozin D., Tretyakov G. (2013) Seasonal and centennial cycles of carbonate mineralisation during the past 2500 years from varved sediment in Lake Shira, South Siberia. Quaternary International. V. 290-291C., P. 245-252.

31. Vershinin K.E., Rogozin D.Y. (2014) The 1300-year dynamics of vegetation cover in the Lake Shira depression (Khakassia, Siberia, Russia) reconstructed on the basis of bottom sediments. Doklady Biological Sciences, Vol. 457, pp 248-251 (Translated from Doklady Akademii Nauk 2014, Vol. 457, pp. 732-735).

32. Bolobanshchikova G.N., Rogozin D.Y., Firsova A.D., Rodionova E.V., Degermendzhy N.N., Shabanov A.V. Analysis of diatom algae from the water column and bottom sediments of Shira Lake (Khakassia, Russia) // Contemporary Problems of Ecology, 2015, Vol.8, No. 2, P. 173-185.

33. Hildebrandt S, Müller S, Kalugin I.A., Dar’in AV, Wagner M, Rogozin DY, Tarasov P.E. Tracing the North Atlantic decadal-scale climate variability in a late Holocene pollen record from southern Siberia (2015) Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 426: 75-84.

34. Darin AV, Kalugin IA, Maksimov MA, Rogozin DY, Rakshun JV, Darin FA, Sorokaletov DS (2015) Reconstructing the levels of Lake Shira over the last 1500 years with an annual time scale based on data from X-ray fluorescence microanalysis using beams of synchrotron radiations. Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Physics, 2015, Vol. 79, No. 1, pp. 126–130.

35. Darin AV, Kalugin IA, Rakshun JV, Chu Guoqiang, Sun Qing, Darin FA, Sorokaletov DS Rogozin DY, (2015) Microanalytical Study of Varves in the Recent Sediments of Lake Bele. Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Physics, 2015, Vol. 79, No. 1, pp. 131–133.

36. Rogozin DY, Zykov VV, Tarnovsky MO Dynamics of purple sulfur bacteria in saline meromictic Lake Shira (Khakasia, Siberia) for the period 2007-2013. Microbiology (Translated from Mikrobiologiya), Vol.85, No.1, pp. 93-101.

37. Bayanmunkh Baatar, Pei-Wen Chiang, Denis Yu Rogozin, Yu-Ting Wu, Ching-Hung Tseng, Cheng-Yu Yang, Hsiu-Hui Chiu, Bolormaa Oyuntsetseg, Andrey G. Degermendzhy and Sen-Lin Tang (2016) Bacterial Communities of Three Saline Meromictic Lakes in Central Asia. PLoS ONE, 11(3): e0150847, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0150847

38. Rogozin D.Y., Balaev D.A., Semenov S.V., Shaikhutdinov K.A., Bayukov O.A. Magnetic properties of bottom sediments of Lake Shira (Siberia, Russia) (2016) Doklady Earth Sciences (Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences) V. 469. Accepted.

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