Serge Rozov
Selected Publications 
    1. Rozov S.M., V.A. Berdnikov. Determination of lysine residue number, positive charge and molecular length of H1 and H5 histones by the method of incomplete succinilation. Biochimia (Russian), 1982 v.47, p.1378-1385.
    2. Gorel F.L., Berdnikov V.A., Rozov S.M. Molecular variants of linnet (Acanthis flammea) histone H5. Molecularnaja Biologia (Russian), 1982 v.16 p.790-798.
    3. Svinarchuk F.P., Rozov S.M., Berdnikov V.A. Histone H1 of reptiles, homologous to avis histone H5 . Molekularnaja Biologiya (Russian), 1982, v.16, p.703-711.
    4. Berdnikov V.A., Rozov S.M., Kozlova S.V., Gorel F.L. Histone H1 variability in the different taxonomic groups of insects. Jurnal Obshey Biologii (Russian), 1984, v.45, p.318-328.
    5. Berdnikov V.A., Bogdanova V.S., Rozov S.M., Gorel F.L. The role of antropogenic factor in the forming of the territorial distribution of histone H1 allelic variants of the wild vicia - Vicia unijuga. Doklady Akademii nauk, USSR, (Russian), 1984, v. 278, p.990-993.
    6. Rozov S.M., Berdnikov V.A., Gorel F.L., Lavrent'eva M.V. Sperm lysine-rich histone of mollusk Anodonta piscinalis: some peculiarities of the structure. Molecularnaja Biologia (Russian), 1984 v.18, p. 1497-1508.
    7. Rozov S.M., Gorel F.L., Berdnikov V.A. Evolutionary changes in Equisetum histone H1 hydrophobic domain. Molecularnaja Biologia (Russian), 1986 v.20, p.171-180.
    8. Rozov S.M., Gorel F.L., Kozlova S.V., Berdnikov V.A. Histone H1 of jelly-fish Rhizostoma pulmo: homology to avian histone H5. Molecularnaja Biologia (Russian), 1986 v.20, p.163-170.
    9. Rozov S.M., Bogdanova V.S., Berdnikov V.A. Different chromosomal localization of of genes coding for Pisum histone H1 fractions. Genetika (Russian), 1986 v.22, p.2159-2166.
    10. Bogdanova V.S., Rozov S.M., Berdnikov V.A. Phenotypic effect of allelic substitutions in the histone H1 loci of garden pea Pisum sativum L. Genetika (Russian), 1989 v.25, p.1420-1430.
    11. Smirnova O.G., Rozov S.M., Berdnikov V.A. New genes linked to r and tl in pea: Histone H1 slow fraction and seed albumin Sa-K9. Pisum Newsletter, 1989 v.21, p.63-65.
    12. Smirnova O.G., Rozov S.M., Berdnikov V.A. Trypsin inhibitor genes are located on pea chromosome 7. Pisum Newsletters, 1989 v.21, p.63-65.
    13. Odintsova N.A., Zalenskaya I.A., Rozov S.M. The chromosomal proteins from the sperm of the bivalve molluscs Swiftopecten swifti and Glycymeris yessoensis. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 1989 v.93B, p.163-167.
    14. Berdnikov, V,A, V.S. Bogdanova, S.M. Rozov, O.E. Kosterin. Formation of diversity of the histone H1 genes in the course of cultural evolution of the garden pea. In: Vavilov's Heritage in Modern Biology. - Nauka - Moscow - 1989 - p. 72-89. (in Russian)
    15. Smirnova, O.G., S.M. Rozov, O.E. Kosterin. Perchloric acid extraction of pea seed proteins: characterization and inheritance of electrophoretic variants. In: Genetics of Economically-Valuable Characteristics of Higher Plants. - Institute of Cytology and Genetics of the Siberian Division of the Acad. Sci. of the USSR - Novosibirsk - 1990 - p. 158-179. (In Russian)
    16. Smirnova O.G., Rozov S.M., Kosterin O.E., Berdnikov V.A. Perchloric-acid extractable low-Mr albumins SCA and SAA from cotyledons and seed axes of pea (Pisum sativum). Plant Science, 1992 v.82, p.1-13.
    17. Berdnikov V.A., Bogdanova V.S., Rozov S.M., Gorel F.L. Territorial distribution of histone H1 alleles in the natural population of Vicia unijuga: evidence for man- caused selection. Canad. J. of Botany, 1992 v.70, p.1591-1595.
    18. Berdnikov V.A., Y.A.Trusov, V.S.Bogdanova, O.E.Kosterin, S.M.Rozov, S.V.Nedel'kina, Y.N.Nikulina. The neoplastic pod gene (Np) may be a factor for resistance in pea to the pest Bruchus pisorum L. Pisum Genetics - 1992 - Vol. 24 - p. 37-39.
    19. Rozov S.M., F.L.Gorel, V.A.Berdnikov. coch and het are allelic. Pisum Genetics, 1992, 24:82.
    20. Berdnikov V.A., Rozov S.M., Gorel F.L., Temnykh S.V., Kosterin O.E. Adaptive nature of interspecies variation of histone H1 in insects. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 1993, v.36, 497-507.
    21. Berdnikov V.A., Rozov S.M., Bogdanova V.S., Kosterin O.E. Geographic patterns of histone H1 allelic frequences form in the course of pea (Pisum sativum L.) cultivation. Heredity, 1993 - Vol. 71 - p. 199-209.
    22. Rozov S.M., Temnykh S.V., Gorel' F.L., Berdnikov V.A. A new version of pea linkage group 5. Pisum Genetics, 1993 Vol. 25, p. 46-51.
    23. Rozov S.M. Location of gene lum-3 in relation to tl and gp. Pisum Genetics, 1993, v.25, pp.43-44.
    24. Kosterin, O.E., S.M.Rozov. Mapping of the new mutation blb and the problem of integrity of linkage group 1. Pisum Genetics - 1993 Vol. 25 - p. 27-31
    25. Men A.E., Borisov A.Y., Rozov S.M., Tsyganov V.E., Tikhonovich I.A. The early nodulin gene Enod12A is in linkage group 3. Pisum Genetics, 1993, v.25, 32-33.
    26. Rozov S.M., Borisov A.Y., Tsyganov V.E., Tikhonovich I.A. A new fix- mutation in pea shows linkage with group 3 marker M. Pisum Genetics, 1993, v.25, p. 45.
    27. Kosterin, O.E., V.S. Bogdanova, F.L. Gorel, S.M. Rozov, Yu.A. Trusov, V.A. Berdnikov. Histone H1 of the garden pea (Pisum sativum L.): composition, developmental changes, allelic polymorphism and inheritance. Plant Science - 1994 - Vol. 101 - p. 189-202.
    28. Bogdanova V.S., Rozov S.M., Trusov Y.A., Berdnikov V.A. Phenotypic effect of substitutions of short chromosonal segments containing different alleles of histone H1 genes in garden pea (Pisum sativum). Genet. Res., 1994. Vol. 64, p. 35-41.
    29. Rozov S.M., Gorel' F.L. Mapping of the chlorophyll mutation vam of the variomaculata-type in the linkage group I of pea. Pisum Genetics, 1994, v.26, p.26-27.
    30. Rozov S.M., Borisov A.Y., Tsyganov V.E. Further evidence that the mutant Fix gene in line Spint-2Fix is in pea linkage group 3. Pisum Genetics, 1994, v.26, p.24-25.
    31. Tsyganov V.E., Borisov A.Yu., Rozov S.M., Tikhonovich I.A. New symbiotic mutants of pea obtained after mutagenesis of line SGE. Pisum Genetics, 1994, v.26, p.36-37.
    32. Borisov A.Yu., Rozov S.M., Tsyganov V.E., Kulikova O.A., Kolycheva A.N., Yakobi L.M., Ovtsyna O.A., Tikhonovich I.A. The new simbiotic genes of garden pea (Pisum sativum L), obtained in the couse of experimental mutagenesis. Genetica (Russian) 1994, v.30, p.1484-1494.
    33. Fedotova M.Yu., Borisov A.Yu., Tsyganov V.E., Rozov S.M., Filatov A.A., Tikhonovich I.A. The genetic control of the node-stimulating isoferment aspartataminotransferase (AAT-2) in pea (Pisum sativum L.). Genetica (Russian), 1994, v.30, p.1495-1501.
    34. A.Y. Borisov, S.M. Rozov, V.E. Tsyganov, E.V. Morzhina, V.K. Lebsky, I.A. Tikhonovich. Sequential functioning of Sym-13 and Sym-31, two genes affecting symbiosome development in root nodules of pea (Pisum sativum L.). Mol. Gen. Genet., 1997, v.254, p. 592-598.
    35. S.M. Rozov, F.L. Gorel, and V.A. Berdnikov. Mapping of the py (precocious yellowing) locus in linkage group V. Pisum Genetics, 1997, 29, p. 18-19.
    36. S.M. Rozov, F.L. Gorel and V.A. Berdnikov. New genes located on the d linkage segment: brac and wlo-2. Pisum Genetics, 1997, 29, p. 26.
    37. S.M. Rozov, F.L. Gorel, O.E. Kosterin, V.A. Berdnikov. A new homeotic gene biv, affects flower and inflorescence structures, and displays linkage with d. Pisum Genetics, 1997, 29, p. 24-25.
    38. S.M. Rozov, F.L. Gorel, and V.A. Berdnikov. New alleles of the am-1 and red loci on linkage group IA.. Pisum Genetics, 1997, 29, p. 44-46.
    39. Kosterin O.E., Berdnikov V.A., Rozov S.M., Gorel F.L. A probable codominant allele of the locus bt with a striking effect on the pod. Pisum Genetics, 1997, 29, p. 34-38.
    40. F.L. Gorel , V.A. Berdnikov, S.M.Rozov, O.E. Kosterin. Linkage relationships of loci d, Pur and Astr. Pisum Genetics, 1997, 29, p. 32-33.
    41. Berdnikov, V.A., Gorel', F.L., Kosterin, O.E., Rozov, S.M. A lathyroides-phentype mutation affecting both foliage and flower structures. Pisum Genetics, 1997, 29, p. 42-43.
    42. Gorel F.L., Rozov S.M., Berdnikov V.A. The a2 gene is in linkage group III. Pisum Genetics, 1997, 29, p. 39.
    43. Gorel F.L., Rozov S.M., Berdnikov V.A. Mapping the locus coch. Pisum Genetics, 1998, p. 9-11.
    44. Berdnikov, V.A., F.L. Gorel, V.S. Bogdanova, O.E. Kosterin, Y.A. Trusov, S.M. Rozov. Effects of a substitution of a short chromosome segment carrying a histone H1 locus on expression of the homeiotic gene Tl in heterozygote in the garden pea Pisum sativum L. Genetical Research Camb., 1999, v.73, p. 93-109.

      V.E Tsyganov, V.A. Voroshilova, S.M. Rozov, A.Y. Borisov, I.A. Tikhonovich. Four more symbiotic mutants obtained using EMS mutagenesis of line SGE. Pisum Genetics,32, 2000, p.63-64.

    45.  V.E. Tsyganov, Z.B. Pavlova, L.V. Kravchenko, S.M. Rozov, A.Y. Borisov, L.A. Lutova, I.A. Tikhonovich. New gene crt (curly roots) controlling Pea (Pisum sativum L.) root development. Annals of Botany, 86, 2000, pp. 975-981.

    46. S.M. Rozov, A.Y. Borisov , V.E. Tsyganov, O.E. Kosterin. The history of the pea gene map: last revolutions and the new symbiotic genes. In: New approaches and Techniques in breeding sustainable fodder crops and amenity grasses. Proceedings of 22nd EUCARPIA fodder crops and amenity grasses section meeting with an attached Workshop “Pisum sativum – a tool for studying plant – microbe interactions.” Ed. N.A. Provorov , I.A. Tikhonovichn and F. Veronesi, St-Petersburg, 2000.

    47. Voroshilova V.A., Tsyganov V.E., Rozov S.M., Priefer U.B., Borisov A.Y. A unique pea (Pisum sativum L.) mutant impaired in shoot, leaf, flower and nodule development. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions: New bridges between Past and Future. Volume of Abstracts. 11-th International Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, July 18-26 2003, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2003, p.288.

    48. Voroshilova V.A., Tsyganov V.E., Rozov S.M., Priefer U.B., Borisov A.Y., Tikhonovich I.A. A unique pea (Pisum sativum L.) mutant impaired in nodule, leaf and flower development. In: Tikhonovich I., Lugtenberg B., Provorov N. (eds.) Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions. V. 4. Proceedings of the 11th International Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, St.-Petersburg, July 18-26, 2003. IS-MPMI, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, 2004, pp. 376-379.

    49. Rozov S.M. A new allele at the Tl locus — tlna. Pisum Genetics, 2006, 38, pp. 15–16.

    50. Rozov S.M. Two new pea mutations simultaneously affecting tendrils and leaflet shape and plant internode length. Pisum Genetics, 2006, 38, pp. 17–18.

    51. Tsyganov V.E., Rozov S.M., Borisov A.Y., Tikhonovitch I.A. Symbiotic gene sym33 is located on linkage group I. Pisum Genetics, 2006, 38, pp.21–22.

    52. Rozov S.M. A new dominant-acting necrosis mutation in pea. Pisum Genetics, 2006, 38, p.31.

    53. Rozov S.M. New mutation in pea affecting tendrils (taa): lateral tendrils grow at an acute angle. Pisum Genetics, 2006, 38, pp.32–33.

    54. Borisov A. Yu., Danilova T. N., Koroleva T. A., Kuznetsova, E. V., Madsen L., Mofett M., Naumkina T. S., Nemankin T. A., Ovchinnikova E. S., Pavlova Z. B., Petrova N. E., Pinaev A. G., Radutoiu S., Rozov S. M., Rychagova T. S., Shtark O. Yu., Solovov I. I., Stougaard J., Tikhonovich I. A., Topunov A. F., Tsyganov V. E., Vasil'chikov A. G., Voroshilova V. A., Weeden N. F., Zhernakov A. I., Zhukov V. A. Regulatory genes of garden pea (Pisum sativum L.) controlling the development of nitrogen-fixing nodules and arbuscular mycorrhiza: A review of basic and applied aspects.
      Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology, 2007, v.43 N3 p.237-243.