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Dmitriy Seleznev

Dmitriy Seleznev
Papanin Institute for Biology of Inland Waters, Russian Academy of Sciences, Borok, Russia · Lab. of water invertebrates ecology

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The aim of this paper is to study the species composition, structure and seasonal dynamics of the cladoceran fauna and species associations in inland water bodies of Jeju Island (Republic of Korea). Only 47 taxa were found in 199 samples. Such faunal paucity could be explained by the existence of only a few types of aquatic environments on Jeju Isl...
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Analysis of the developmental sequence variability provides data linking the ontogeny and phylogeny of the investigated objects. Here, we present a study of cranial ossifications sequence variability in the polyphyletic group of Cyprininae Barbus sensu lato (Cypriniformes, Teleostei). We analyzed the intra- and interspecific variability, compared s...
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The results of studies on the distribution of alien species in macrozoobenthic communities in the reservoirs of the Kama River cascade are provided. Twenty five alien species of the Ponto-Caspian and Ponto-Azov origins and 1 species - a representative of the Lake Baikal fauna - were registered. Differences in the species composition and structural...
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Changes in the structural characteristics of macrozoobenthos have been studied in six floodplain lakes in the Khoperskiy Nature Reserve in years with different durations of spring flooding. In a dry year, the communities are characterized by a high degree of dominance of some species and low faunistic similarity. The homogenization of the species c...
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The changes in depth, temperature, water conductivity, and dissolved oxygen concentration in six floodplain lakes are described in regard to the dynamics of spring flooding and overgrowth by macrophytes. The influence of these factors on the composition and structure of macrozoobenthos communities is analyzed. The observed number of species refers...
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The shape of the male genitalia in many taxa is the most rapidly evolving morphological structure, often driving reproductive isolation, and is therefore widely used in systematics as a key character to distinguish between sibling species. However, only a few studies have used the genital arch of the male copulatory organ as a model to study the ge...
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The content of mercury in adult water beetles is studied in beaver ponds located in the Polist-Lovat Swamp System (Novgorod oblast). A total of 201 individuals of nine species of the family Dytiscidae and one species of the family Hydrophilidae (size classes II and III) are studied. It is revealed that the mercury content in beetles of size class I...
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Mercury content in imago of water beetles is studied in beaver ponds situated in the Polist-Lovat Swamp System (Novgorod Oblast’, Russia). 201 individuals of 10 species of II and III size classes from families Dytiscidae and Hydrophilidae were observed. It was found that the mercury content in beetles of size class II significantly differs dependin...
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Background. It is well known that the shape of the male copulatory system is strongly associated with mating behavior in Drosophila. The shape of the male genitalia is also known as the most rapidly evolving structure among all morphological characters. However, only a part of the male copulating system, namely epandrium, has actually been used as...
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The dynamics of the water budget of Orog Nuur and Taatsiin Tsagaan Nuur fluctuating lakes in the Valley of the Lakes (Western Mongolia) in the period 2010–2018 is studied. It is shown that Orog Nuur Lake has passed to the wet phase in its long-term cycle, while Taatsiin Tsagaan Nuur Lake is currently in a transitional phase, which in previous cycle...
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The dynamics of the water budget of Orog Nuur and Taatsiin Tsagaan Nuur fluctuating lakes in the Valley of the Lakes (Western Mongolia) in the period 2010–2018 is studied. It is shown that Orog Nuur Lake has passed to the wet phase in its long-term cycle, while Taatsiin Tsagaan Nuur Lake is currently in a transitional phase, which in previous cycle...
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The sex chromosomes of the parental species, D. virilis and D. lummei were tested for the effect on trait dominance in the shape of the copulatory system in the interspecific crosses. The origin of the sex chromosome and the paternal genotype were found to affect the trait dominance in D. lummei × D. virilis progeny and backcross males heterozygous...
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The study of macrozoobenthos in the Middle and Lower Volga reservoirs has revealed stable cenotic complexes of Ponto-Caspian and Ponto-Azovian species, which are characterized by consortium interactions. It has been shown that the leading environment-forming role in bottom communities is played by dominant mollusk species: Dreissena polymorpha (Pal...
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Our goal was to assess the impacts of zebra mussels on the components of the microbial loop (dissolved organic carbon, bacteria, nanoflagellates and ciliates) and their relationships with classic food web components (algae, rotifers, crustaceans) in mesocosm experiment. Zebra mussels were added to mesocosms that were filled with water from a mesotr...
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The study of macrozoobenthos in the Middle and Lower Volga reservoirs has revealed stable cenotic complexes of Ponto-Caspian and Ponto-Azovian species, which are characterized by consortium interactions. It has been shown that the leading environment-forming role in bottom communities is played by dominant mollusk species: Dreissena polymorpha (Pal...
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The bivalve Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas, 1771) was shown to significantly decrease the biomass of cyanoprokaryotes in water collected from Lake Mikolajskoe (Poland) including potentially toxic species Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii (Woloszynska) Seenayya et Subba Raju. However, the mollusks increased the biomass of large filaments of green algae w...
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The amount of damage from the use of willow traps for Dytiscinae in the oxbow lake in Lipetsk Oblast was 400 g/trap-day. The sex ratio (mm/ff) in the winter was 0.60 for Cybister lateralimarginalis and 1.73 for Dytiscus circumcinctus. The average biomass of C. lateralimarginalis females was significantly higher than in males, there were no signific...
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Interannual variations in species richness and quantitative parameters of macrozoobenthos in floodplain lakes of the Khoper Nature Reserve have been studied to reveal their dependence on flood regime and overgrowth by macrophytes. It has been shown that a particular species richness of macrozoobenthos is preserved for several years. Interannual var...

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