Elena A. Kadyshevich, Ph.D.

Elena A KadyshevichScientific Researcher
A.M. Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics
Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

 

 

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Elena A. Kadyshevich, PhD
Scientific Researcher
A.M. Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics RAS
3 Pyzhevsky
RU-119017 Moscow, Russia


Education 

1962–681974 M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Physical DepartmentPhD, Russian Academy of Sciences, A.M. Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Moscow, Russia

Work Experience

1968-Present PhD, Scientific Researcher, A.M. Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics,Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Publications

I. Living matter: Origin, development, optimal nutrition, and life prolongation

1. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., LOH-Hypothesis and MRH-Hypothesis: the resume of the twelve-year development, EPSC Abstr., 8 (2013) EPSC2013-334.

2. Kadyshevich, E.A., Dzyabchenko, A.V., Ostrovskii, V.E., Life Origination Hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): computer simulation of rearrangement of different DNA components within CH4-hydrate structure II, EPSC Abstr., 8 (2013) EPSC2013-285.

3. Dzyabchenko, A.V., Kadyshevich, E.A., Life Origination Hydrate Hypothesis (LOH-Hypothesis): theory and procedure of simulation of basic DNA units in hydrate structure, EPSC Abstr., 8 (2013) EPSC2013-284.

4. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., Dzyabchenko, A.V., Hydrate hypothesis of living matter origination (LOH-Hypothesis): Underground natural laboratories as places of sintheses of living organizms, Proceedings of mineralogical seminar with international participation, Syktyvkar, IG Komi SC UB RAS, (2013) 472-475.

5. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Life Origination Hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): CH4-hydrate matrix as a necessary condition for life origin, EPSC Abstr., 7 (2012) EPSC2012-101.

6. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Life origination hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): What markers testify to the possibility of the living-matter occurrence at exoplanets? EPSC Abstr., 6 (2011) EPSC-DPS2011-244-2.

7. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., Life Origination Hydrate Hypothesis (LOH-Hypothesis): Original approach to solution of the problem, Global J. Sci. Frontier Res. (A), Phys. & Space Sci., 12 (6) (2012) 1-36.

8. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., Life Origination Hydrate Hypothesis (LOH-Hypothesis), Life, Spec. Is.: The Origin of Life – Feature Papers, 2 (2012) 135-164.

9. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., Mitosis and DNA replication and life origination hydrate hypotheses, in: DNA Replication –Current Advances (H. Seligmann, ed.), InTech, Rijeka, Croatia, 75-114, 2011.

10. Kadyshevich, E.A., Ostrovskii, V.E., Life origination hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): What questions can be hypothetically answered at present? EPSC Abstr., 5 (2010) EPSC2010-5.

11. Kadyshevich, E.A., Ostrovskii, V.E., Hydrate hypothesis of living matter origination (LOH-hypothesis),

Thermodynamic grounds of formation of living matter simplest elements from hydrocarbons and niter, J. Therm. Anal. Calorim., 95 (2009) 571-578.

12. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich, E.A., Life Origination Hydrate Hypothesis, Orig. Life Evol. Biosph., 39 (2009) 219-220.

13. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich, E.A., Generalized hypothesis of the origin of the living-matter simplest elements, transformation of the Archean atmosphere, and the formation of methane-hydrate deposits, Physics-Uspekhi (Adv. Phys. Sci.), 50 (2007) 175-196.

14. Kadyshevich, E.A., Ostrovskii, V.E., Hypothetical physicochemical mechanisms of some intracellular processes: The hydrate hypothesis of mitosis and DNA replication, Thermochim. Acta, 458 (2007) 148-161.

15. E.A. Kadyshevich, Generalized hydrate hypothesis of origin of nucleic acids and hydrocarbons in nature: Whether it will open a new page in laboratory synthesis of biopolymers and biometerials, Proc. of the 2nd Int. Conf. on Advances in Petrochemicals and Polymers, Bangkok, Thailand, (2007) BB-01, 1-4.

16. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., Thermodynamics of formation of nitrogen bases and D-ribose from mineral substances, Thermochim. Acta, 441 (2006) 69-78.

17. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich, E.A., Hydrate model of the equilibrium DNA−water systems, Int. J. Nanosci., 1 (2002) 101-121.

18. Ostrovskii, V.E., Tsurkova, B.V., Kadyshevich, E.A., Gostev, B.V., Comparison study of the acrylamide–water and polyacrylamide–water systems: Differential heat effects, kinetics, and mechanisms of drying and water-vapor wetting, J.  Phys. Chem. B, 105 (2001) 12680-12687.

19. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich, E.A., Use of data on the polyacrylamide–water system in analyzing the equilibrium DNA–water structure, Russ. J. Phys. Chem., 74 (2000) 1114-1124.

20. Ostrovskii, V.E., Tsurkova, B.V., Kadyshevich, E.A., Gostev, B.V., Differential heat effects, kinetics, and mechanisms for the drying and water vapor wetting of the acrylamide–water system, Rus. J. Phys. Chem., 74 (2000) 191-201.

 

II. Astrophysics: Stellar processes and Solar System formation

1. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., PFO–CFO Hypothesis of Solar System formation: the notion of the Sun-like stars and their transformations, EPSC Abstr., 8 (2013) EPSC2013-145.

2. Kadyshevich E.A., Ostrovskii, V.E., PFO–CFO Hypothesis of Solar System formation: the presolar star as the only source of chemical elements for the Solar System, EPSC Abstr., 8 (2013) EPSC2013-38.

3. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., The PFO–CFO hypothesis of Solar System formation: the birth of chemical elements, EPSC Abstr., 7 (2012) EPSC2012-101.

4. Kadyshevich E.A., Ostrovskii, V.E., Formation of planetary systems around Sun-like stars (the advanced PFO–CFO hypothesis), EPSC Abstr., 6 (2011) EPSC-DPS2011-314.

5. Kadyshevich E.A., Ostrovskii, V.E., Development of the PFO–CFO hypothesis of Solar System formation: Why do the celestial objects have different isotopic ratios for some chemical elements? In: Proc. Int. Astron. Union, S274 (Advances in Plasma Astrophysics), Cambridge, UK, 6 (2011) 95–101.

6. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., Physicochemical model of formation of the solar system planets: the causes of differences in the chemical composition of planets. Physchemistry-2010, Selected papers, Ch.2, «Rosintal», Obninsk, Russia, (2011) 46-61.

7. Kadyshevich E.A., Ostrovskii, V.E., Oxygen isotopic anomalies in the rocks of celestial objects: Are they the key to the planet formation mechanism? EPSC Abstracts, 5 (2010) EPSC2010-3.

8. Kadyshevich E.A., The planet formation hypothesis: Why are the Solar System planets different in their chemical compositions? EPSC Abstr., 4 (2009) EPSC2009-1.

9. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., Solar System formation hypothesis: Why the chemical compositions of the planets are so different? Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 73 (2009) S, A 979.

10. Kadyshevich E.A., The PFO-CFO hypothesis of planet formation, Meteoritics & Planetary Sci. 44 (2009) S, A105.

11. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., Hypothesis of formation of planets from nebula: Why are the planets different in their chemical compositions? Orig. Life Evol. Biosph., 39 (2009) SI, 217–219.

 

III. Environment: Optical studies

III.1. Earth’s atmosphere

1. Kadyshevich, E.A., Elansky, N.F., Measurements of the surface concentrations of ozone and nitrogen oxides in Moscow, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 29 (1993) 346-352.

2. Elansky, N.F., Kadyshevich, E.A., Savastyuk, V.V., Polarimetric method of estimation of vertical aerosol distribution in application to observations of ozone and NO2, Proc. «Ozone in the Troposphere and Stratosphere Part 2, NASA Conference Publication 3266», Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, Proceedings of the Quadrennial Ozone Sym. (Ed. by R.D. Hudson), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland,USA (1994) 679-682,.

3. Elansky, N.F., Kadyshevich, E.A., Savastyuk, V.V., Polarization of the twilight sky: experiments and model calculations, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 29 (1993) 494-503.

4. Elansky, N.F., Elokhov, A.S., Kadyshevich, E.A., Makarov, O.V., Sitnov, S.A., The relation between the polarization of radiation scattered during twilight and the vertical aerosol distribution, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 24 (1988) 760-765.

5. Elansky, N.F., Elokhov, A.S., Kadyshevich, E.A., Sitnov, S.A., On the influence of volcanic eruptions on the polarization of scattered light in the twilight atmosphere, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 23 (1987) 192-197.

6. Kadyshevich, E.A., On the possibility of estimation of the turbid medium parameters under conditions of multiple light scattering, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 21 (1985) 598-602.

7. Kadyshevich, E.A., Model studies of the brightness and polarization of light transmitted through the plane scattering layer, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 21 (1985) 403-409.


III.2. Earth’s ocean

8. Kadyshevich, E.A., Light scattering matrices for baltic coastal waters, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 13 (1977) 108-110.

9. Kadyshevich, E.A., Lyubovtseva, Yu.S., Rosenberg, G.V., Light scattering matrices of water of Pacific and Atlantic oceans, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 12 (1976) 186-195.

10. Kadyshevich, E.A., Lyubovtseva, Yu.S., Pavlov, V.M., Hydrooptical studies in the deep-water gutter Tonga, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 10 (1974) 36-43.

11. Kadyshevich, E.A., Lyubovtseva, Yu.S., On some characteristics of sea hydrosol obtained from light scattering matrices, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 9 (1973) 1162-1168.

12. Kadyshevich, E.A., Lyubovtseva, Yu.S., Plakhina, I.N., Measurements of light scattering matrices of seawater, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 7 (1971) 557-561.

13. Rosenberg, G.V., Lyubovtseva, Yu.S., Kadyshevich, E.A., Amnuil, N.R., Measurements of the hydrosol phase matrices, Izvestiya Atmos. Ocean. Phys., 6 (1970) 1255-1251.

 

IV. Other physicochemical problems

1. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., New approach to kinetic description of partially-reversible catalytic processes: Kinetics of the CH3OH synthesis at Zn/Cu-containing catalysts as an example, Fuel, 110 (2013) 124-132.

2. Ostrovskii, V.E., Agafonov, Yu.A., Gostev, B.V., Kadyshevich E.A., Lapidus, A.L., Chemisorption of gases and reaction of propane dehydration at chromic oxide, Solid Fuel Chemistry., 44 (2010) 275–286.

3. Ostrovskii, V.E., E.A. Kadyshevich, Gostev, B.V., Lapidus, A.L., Chemisorption of O2, H2, and H2O-vapor at Cr2O3: Molar heat effects, rates, and mechanisms of chemisorption, Russ. J. Phys. Chem. A, 83 (2009) 1946–1953.

4. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., Gostev, B.V., Lapidus, A.L., An adsorption and calorimetric study of the interaction of hydrogen with chromium oxide, Russ. J. Phys. Chem.  A, 82 (2008) 1626–1632.

5. Ostrovskii, V.E., Kadyshevich E.A., Gostev, B.V., Lapidus, A.L., Chemisorption of carbon dioxide on chromium oxide: Molar heats and chemisorption mechanism, Doklady Physical Chemistry, 421, Part 2 (2008) 223–225.

6. Zubov, V.G., Kadyshevich, E.A., Osipova, L.P., Shtyrkova A.P., About optical activity of a-quartz, irradiated by fast neutrons, Crystallography Reports, 14 (1969) 634-638.


Grants

Russian Foundation for Basic Research:

Travel grants, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911;

Initiatory Scientific Project: “Living-matter geochemical-origin hydrate hypothesis: computer simulation of the DNA constituents arrangement within gas-hydrate structures”,1912-1914.  


Organizations

European Geosciences Union, member


Presentations (since 2000)

I. Living matter: Origin, development, optimal nutrition, and life prolongation

1. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, LOH-Hypothesis and MRH-Hypothesis: the resume of the twelve-year development, Europ. Planet. Sci. Congr. (EPSC2013), London, UK, Sept. 2013 (keynote lecture).

2. E.A. Kadyshevich, A.V. Dzyabchenko, V.E. Ostrovskii, Life Origination Hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): computer simulation of rearrangement of different DNA components within CH4-hydrate structure II, Europ. Planet. Sci. Congr. (EPSC2013), London, UK, Sept. 2013

3. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Life Origination Hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): CH4-hydrate matrix as a necessary condition for life origin, Europ. Planet. Sci. Congr. (EPSC2012), Madrid, Spain, Sept. 2012.

4. E.A. Kadyshevich, The oxygen–nitrogen atmosphere or living matter: which of them had first originated on Earth?  VII International Conference “Atmospheric Physics, Climate and Environment”, July 20-26, 2012.
5. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Geochemical processes as the basis for origination of the earth biota: Further development of the life origination hydrate hypothesis (LOH–hypothesis), The 4th European Conf. for Life Sciences (4ECCLS), Budapest, Hungary, 2011.

6. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Life origination hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): questions and answers, The III Intern. Conf. Biosphere Origin and Evolution (BOE-III), Crete, Greece, Oct. 2011.

7. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, From primary DNAs to cells: Life origination hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis), The III Intern. Conf. Biosphere Origin and Evolution (BOE-III), Crete, Greece, Oct. 2011.

8. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.А. Kadyshevich, Life Origination Hydrate Hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): The content and chemical and thermodynamic grounds, Proc. of the International Workshop on Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life, Roorkee, India, March 2010.

9. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, Hydrate Hypothesis of Living Matter Origination (LOH-Hypothesis): Thermodynamic Grounds, The 21st IUPAC Int. Conf. on Chem. Thermodyn. (ICCT-2010), Tsukuba, Japan, Aug. 2010.

10. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Life origination hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): What questions can be hypothetically answered at present? Europ. Planet. Sci. Congr. (EPSC2010), Italy, Rome, Sept. 2010,

11. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Hydrate hypothesis of living matter origination: logical and thermodynamic grounds, Degassing of the Earth: geotectonics, geodynamics, geofluids, oil and gas, hydrocarbons and life, Moscow, Russia, Oct. 2010.

12. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, Life Origination Hydrate Hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis), 12th Evolutionary Biology Meeting Marseille, France, Sept. 2008.

13. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, Hypotheses of Hydrocarbon-Hydrate Formation and Living Matter Origination at the Earth, Degassing of the Earth;geodynamics, geofluids, oil, gas, their parageneses, Moscow, Russia, Apr. 2008.

14. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Model description of the processes of living-matter origination: LOH-hypothesis, Proc. of the Russ.-Int. Conf. on physical chemistry and nanotechnologies «NIFHI-90», Moscow, Russia, Nov. 2008.

15. E.A. Kadyshevich, Generalized hydrate hypothesis of origin of nucleic acids and hydrocarbons in nature: Whether it will open a new page in laboratory synthesis of biopolymers and biometerials, The 2nd Int. Conf. on Advances in Petrochemicals and Polymers, Bangkok, Thailand, June 25-28, 2007.

16. E.A. Kadyshevich, Mitosis: does it proceed according to an enclosed code or to deterministic physicochemical regulations, The 14th Conf. of Intern. Society for Biological Calorimetry, Sopot, Poland, June 2-6, 2006.

17. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, A concept of simplest living matter origination: some thermodynamic and mechanistic aspect, The 60th Annual Calorimetry Conference, Gaithersburg, USA, June 26–30, 2005.

18. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, B.V. Gostev, The structure of the in vivo DNA-H2O system in the context of the problem of DNA synthesis from minerals, The IX Intern. Conf. «The problems of solvation and complex formation in solutions», Plyos, Russia, June 2004.

19. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, The DNA-water system: review and a new concept, Proc. of the Int. Conf. on Materials for Advanced Technol (ICMAT 2003), Singapore, Dec. 2003.

20. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, The DNA-water system: review and a new concept, Proc. of the XII International Symposium on Supramolecular Chemistry (ISSC 2002), Eilat, Israel, Oct. 2002.

21. V.E. Ostrovskii, B.V. Gostev, E.A. Kadyshevich, B.V. Tsurkova, Calorimetric and kinetic study of the phenomenology of dissolution of functional organic polymers and monomers in water, Proc. of the XVII IUPAC Conf. on Chemical Thermodynamics, Rostock, Germany, July 2002.
22. V.E. Ostrovskii, B.V. Gostev, B.V. Tsurkova, E.A. Kadyshevich, Comparison study of the acrylamide-water and polyacrylamide-water systems: differential heat effects, kinetics, and mechanisms of drying and vapor-phase wetting, Proc. of the ICCOSS XV, Mainz, Germany, July 2001.

23. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, Hydrate model of the equilibrium DNA (RNA)–water systems, Proc. of the 16th IUPAC Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics, Halifax, Canada, Aug. 2000.

24. V.E. Ostrovskii, B.V. Tsurkova, B.V. Gostev, E.A. Kadyshevich, Differential calorimetric and sorption-desorption studies of polymer-water and monomer-water systems, Proc. of the 16th IUPAC Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics, Halifax, Canada, Aug. 2000.

25. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, Hydrate model of the equilibrium DNA (RNA) – water system, Proc. of the 2nd ICSS&T, Leuven, Belgium, Sept., 2000.

 

II. Astrophysics: Stellar processes and Solar System formation

1. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, PFO–CFO Hypothesis of Solar System formation: the notion of the Sun-like stars and their transformations, The Europ. Planet. Sci. Congr. (EPSC2013), London, UK, Sept. 2013.

2. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, PFO–CFO Hypothesis of Solar System Formation: the presolar star as the only source of chemical elements for the Solar System, Europ. Planet. Sci. Congr.(EPSC2013), London, UK, Sept. 2013.  

3. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, The PFO–CFO hypothesis of Solar System formation: the birth of chemical elements, Europ. Planet. Sci. Congr. (EPSC2012), Madrid, Spain, Sept. 2012.

4. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Life origination hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): questions and answers, Abstracts, III Intern. Conf. Biosphere Origin and Evolution (BOE-III), Rethymno, Crete, Greece, Oct. 16-20, 2011.

5. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Geochemical processes as the basis for origination of the earth biota: Further development of the life origination hydrate hypothesis (LOH–hypothesis), 4th European Conf. for Life Ciences (4ECCLS), Budapest, Hungary, Aug. 31-Spt. 3, 2011.

6. E.A. Kadyshevich, The PFO–CFO hypothesis of Solar System formation, International Workshop on Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life, Rorkee, India, March 5-7, 2010

7. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Life origination hydrate hypothesis (LOH-hypothesis): What questions can be hypothetically answered at present? European Planetary Sci. Congress (EPSC2010), Session OEA1, Italy,Rome, Sept. 19-24, 2010.

8. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Development of the PFO–CFO hypothesis of Solar System formation: Why do the celestial objects have different isotopic ratios for some chemical elements? IAUS274, Advances in Plasma Astrophysics, Giardini-Naxos, Sicily, ITALY, Sept., 2010.

9. E.A. Kadyshevich, V.E. Ostrovskii, Oxygen isotopic anomalies in the rocks of celestial objects: Are they the key to the planet formation mechanism? Europ. Planet. Sci. Congr. (EPSC2010), Rome, Italy, Sept., 2010.
10. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, The mechamism of the appearance of differences in the oxygen isotopic compositions under the Earth and Moon conditions and in the meteoritic Ca/Al inclusions and chondrules: from nanoparticles to planets, Russ. Conf. «Physicochemical aspects of the technology of nanomaterials, their properties, and applications», Moscow, Russia, Nov. 2009.

11. E.A. Kadyshevich, The planet formation hypothesis: Why are the Solar System planets different in their chemical compositions? European Planetary Sci. Congress (EPSC2009), Germany, Potsdam, Sept. 13-18, 2009.

12. V.E. Ostrovskii, E.A. Kadyshevich, Physicochemical model of formation of the Solar System planets: the causes of differences in the chemical compositions of the planets, Russ.-Int. Conf. on physical chemistry and nanotechnologies «NIFHI-90», Moscow, Russia, Nov. 2008.