Actual trends in water ecosystem biology development

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Likhoshway E. V. Actual trends in water ecosystem biology development. Marine Biological Journal, 2017, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 3-14.

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This synopsis characterizes new trends in oceanology arising for the last some years as a result of practical application of actual methods in data obtaining and processing. First of all, these are methods of massive parallel sequencing, “-omics” and bioinformatics methods of data storage and analysis. Identifying biologically active substances in water environment and results of laboratory-based experiments show the existence of molecular signal transduction both at the level of population and interspecies relations between  microorganisms and at the level of their trophic connections. “From molecules to  ecosystem” – is an actual trend in biology of marine ecosystems. Unification and analysis of large databases including space imagery and “cloud” technologies created a new trend of research in ecoinformatics; this allows to understand structural-functional organization of water ecosystems as a whole.



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