Ru,~sian Journal of Marine Biology, VoL 26, No. 2, 2000, pp. 151-153. Original Russian Text Copyright 9 2000 ~" Bioh~g~ra Mo~a, Khailov. Shoshina, Voskoboinikov. MARINE BIOLOGISTS K. M. Khailov*, E. V. Shoshina**, and G. M. Voskoboinikov** * h~stitute of Biology of the Southern Seas, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Sevastopol, Ukraine ** Murnzansk Marine Biological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Murmansk, Russia Vladimir Nikolaevich Makarov, a marine botanist, gametophytes and early sporophytes, according to tem- full of zest and a workaholic, was struck untimely by perature, light, and sowing density. The results of the death at the age of 52. He was a researcher of multicel- performed investigations were used as the basis for his lular algae, educator, and practical investigator of their Ph.D. dissertation, which he defended in 1987 at the production capabilities. He was born in the north of Botanical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sci- Russia and had a delicate perception of polar nature; ences. These results were applied in practice in growing being a hardened and experienced scuba diver, he Laminaria on plantations. devoted his scientific career and, actually, all of his time One of the most impressive qualities of Vladimir to the
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