Dmitry Karabanov

Dmitry Karabanov
Russian Academy of Sciences | RAS · Papanin Institute for Biology of Inland Waters

Candidate of Biological Sciences

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Introduction
Education: Yaroslavl State University, Faculty of biology and ecology, 1996 – 2001; postgraduate course of I.D.Papanin Institute for biology of inland waters Russian Academy of Science, 2001 – 2004. Postgraduate thesis “Genetic and biochemical adaptations of kilka Clupeonella cultriventris (Nordmann, 1840) when expending range” 2009 in A.N.Severtsov Institute of ecology and evolution Russian Academy of Science. Scientific interests: hydrobiology, biological invasions, genetics, adaptation.
Education
September 1996 - July 2001
Yaroslavl State University
Field of study
  • Biology

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Publications (126)
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The control of alien species populations is a complex but important task in the strategy for the conservation of biodiversity in natural ecosystems, since invaders may cause considerable economic and ecological damage. This study describes the methods for preventing the formation of alien species populations in nature (sterilization and induction o...
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Species of the genus Moina Baird (Cladocera: Moinidae) often dominate freshwater crustacean communities in temporary water bodies. Several species of Moina are used as food for fish larvae in aquaculture, as bioindicators in toxicological studies, and as common subjects for physiological studies. The aim of this paper is to estimate biodiversity of...
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Species with a large geographic distributions present a challenge for phylogeographic studies due to logistic difficulties of obtaining adequate sampling. For instance, in most species with a Holarctic distribution, the majority of studies has concentrated on the European or North American part of the distribution, with the Eastern Palearctic regio...
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We found a Holarctic microcrustacean Daphnia galeata Sars, 1863 (Cladocera: Daphniidae) in the Lower Lakes of South Australia. This taxon was never detected in continental Australia before. Its identity was confirmed by the sequences of mitochondrial COI, 12S and 16S and nuclear 18S and 28S genes. A maximum likelihood tree from a dataset from combi...
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The stone moroko (or topmouth gudgeon), Pseudorasbora parva, is one of the most successful invasive species in the fresh waters of Europe and some regions of Asia. We analyzed the diversity of the mitochondrial COI gene in the genus Pseudorasbora and, in particular, in populations of P. parva from its native range (the Far East) and areas of recent...
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Non-indigenous species may pose a threat to native ecosystems worldwide. In aquatic environments, invasives may have a negative impact on human food security and livelihoods. Several water fleas (Crustacea: Branchiopoda: Cladocera) are notorious invasive alien species influencing large freshwater lake systems and even inland seas. In the current re...
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A study of the water fleas (Crustacea: Cladocera) in man-made lakes in the northeast part of the United Arab Emirates revealed five species: Ceriodaphnia cf. cornuta Sars, 1885; Daphnia (Ctenodaphnia) arabica Neretina, Al Neyadi et Hamza, 2022; Moina cf. micrura Kurz, 1875; Anthalona mediterranea (Yalim, 2005); Coronatella anemae Van Damme et Dumon...
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The biodiversity distribution patterns and their formation history in continental waters are studied based on some model groups such as Daphnia O.F. Müller (Crustacea: Cladocera). Most publications on this genus concern the subgenus Daphnia (Daphnia) while representatives of the subgenus Daphnia (Ctenodaphnia), inhabiting mainly temporary waters, a...
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Biotic introductions are an ongoing disruption for many ecosystems. For passively dispersed freshwater zooplankton, transcontinental introductions have been common but are poorly studied in the southern hemisphere. Here we assess the hypothesis of recent introduction for populations of the Chydorus sphaericus group (Crustacea: Cladocera) in Austral...
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Adequate species’ identification is critical for the detection and monitoring of biological invasions. In this study, we proposed and assessed the efficiency of newly created primer sets for the genetic identification of non-indigenous species (NIS) of fishes in the Volga basin based on: (a) a “long” fragment of cytochrome c oxidase subunit one of...
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The original article: Karabanov D.P., Bekker E.I., Kotov A.A. Underestimated consequences of biological invasions in phylogeographic reconstructions as seen in Daphnia magna (Crustacea, Cladocera) // Zoologicheskii Zhurnal. 2020. Vol.99. No.11. P.1232 – 1241. DOI: 10.31857/S0044513420110033 - In English - A phylogeographic analysis of Daphnia magn...
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This chapter contains a comprehensive description of the Volga River, the largest river in Europe, and its main tributaries, the Kama, Oka, Sheksna. It starts with a review of human history and biogeographical setting including paleogeography of the basin, as well as description of physiography and climate, and features of hydrological and biogeoch...
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Rivers of Europe, Second Edition, presents the latest update on the only primary source of complete and comparative baseline data on the biological and hydrological characteristics of more than 180 of the highest profile rivers in Europe. With even more full-color photographs and maps, the book includes conservation information on current patterns...
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Biological invasions are recognized as one of the global problems accompanying the development of human civilization. The red-eared slider, Trachemys scripta elegans, originates from North America. This freshwater terrapin is one of the most popular pet reptiles in Eurasia. Young red-eared slider individuals are small and brightly colored, making t...
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The book represents proceedings of Sixth International Symposium “Invasion of Alien Species in Holarctic. Borok -VI” (11 Oct. – 15 Oct. 2021, Borok – Uglich, Russia). The wide spectrum of problems related to appearance and spread of invasive plants and animals is discussed. The book may be interested for specialists in many fields, such as limnolog...
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Reptiles contribute to the global process of biological invasions, one of the problems accompanying the development of human civilization. The red-eared slider, Trachemys scripta elegans is one of the most popular pet reptiles in the world. Uncontrolled releases of this animal into outdoor water bodies represents a conservational issue. We combined...
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Most studies of water flea (Crustacea: Cladocera) invasions are concentrated on a few taxa with an obvious harmful influence on native ecosystems, while our knowledge of cases of anthropogenic introduction with not-so-obvious consequences, in most other taxa, is poor. We found in the Volga basin (European Russia) a population that contained D. curv...
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A new finding of longtail dwarf goby Knipowitschia longecaudata (Kessler, 1877) from the upper reaches of the unregulated section of the Volga River (Krasnoarmeysky raion, Volgograd City, 48°29′ N, 44°44′ E) is described. Data on the morphological and genetic variability of this species are presented. A low genetic differentiation between the sympa...
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Описана новая находка длиннохвостого бычка Книповича Knipowitschia longecaudata (Kessler, 1877) в верхнем течении незарегулированного участка р. Волги, Красноармейский р-н г. Волгограда (48°29′ с.ш., 44°44′ в.д.). Приведены данные по морфологической и генетической изменчивости K. longecaudata. Показана невысокая генетическая дифференциация между си...
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Please, read the original article: Karabanov DP, Bekker EI, Pavlov DD, Borovikova EA, Kodukhova YV, Kotov AA. New Sets of Primers for DNA Identification of Non-Indigenous Fish Species in the Volga-Kama Basin (European Russia). Water. 2022; 14(3):437. https://doi.org/10.3390/w14030437 . Reliable species identification is critical for detection and...
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The distribution of alien species of suckermouth armored catfishes (Loricariidae) in the water bodies and water streams of southern Vietnam has been studied. The taxonomic composition of suckermouth armored catfish is determined based on the data of morphological and molecular genetic analysis. Two species of armored catfishes, Pterygoplichthys par...
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Water fleas (Crustacea: Cladocera) of the Family Bosminidae have been studied since the founding of paleolimnology and freshwater ecology. However, one species, Bosminopsis deitersi, stands out for its exceptional multicontinental range and broad ecological requirements. Here we use an integrated morphological and multilocus genetic approach to add...
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The Second Information Letter contains information on the rules of abstract submission and deadlines for participation in the Sixth International Symposium “Invasion of Alien Species in Holarctic. Borok-VI“.
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The eastern Palaearctic is a centre of diversity for freshwater cladocerans (Crustacea), but little is known about the evolution and taxonomy of this diversity. Daphnia curvirostris is a Holarctic species complex that has most of its diversity in the eastern Palaearctic. We examined the phylogeography, rates of evolution and taxonomic status for ea...
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Representatives of the genus Alonella Sars (Crustacea: Cladocera: Chydorinae) belong to the smallest known water fleas. Although species of Alonella are widely distributed and often abundant in acidic and mountain water bodies, their diversity is poorly studied. Morphological and genetic approaches have been complicated by the minute size of these...
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Variability of the first invasive population of C. fluminea (O.F. Müller, 1774) from the Volga basin is studied using the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I gene fragment (COI mtDNA), and morphological features of the shells are characterized. A comparison with C. fluminalis (O.F. Müller, 1774) from the Kura River basin is made in order t...
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Амурский чебачок Pseudorasbora parva – один из самых активно расселяющихся инвазионных видов в пресных водоёмах Европы и некоторых районах Азии. Проведён анализ генетического разнообразия митохондриального гена COI у представителей рода Pseudorasbora, в частности, в популяциях P. parva из нативного ареала (Дальний Восток) и районов недавнего рассел...
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Изучено генетическое разнообразие фрагмента митохондриального гена первой субъединицы ци¬тохром с-оксидазы (COI) и дана характеристика морфологических особенностей первой инвазионной популяции восточной корбикулы C. fluminea (O.F. Müller, 1774), обнаруженной для бассейна р. Волги. С целью исключить ошибки при определении видовой принадлежности пров...
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The study analyzes structural changes in the ichthyofauna of Lake Pleshcheevo following the introduction of Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas 1771) (Bivalvia). Trends in the functioning of the community were evaluated based on a comparison of the literature (prior to the introduction) and our observations (after the formation of a sustainable zebra muss...
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Karabanov D.P., Bekker E.I., Kotov A.A. Underestimated consequences of biological invasions in phylogeographic reconstructions as seen in Daphnia magna (Crustacea, Cladocera) // Zoologicheskii Zhurnal. 2020. Vol. 99. No. 11. P. 1232-1241. DOI: 10.31857/S0044513420110033 [In Russian] We studied the phylogeographic structure of D. magna in all recent...
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Dear Colleagues! We cordially invite you to participate in the Sixth International Symposium "Invasion of Alien Species in Holarctic. Borok-VI", to be held on October 11-15, 2021 (depending on the number of participants the Symposium will be held either in Borok place, on the base of Papanin Institute for Biology of Inland Waters, Russian Academy o...
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International Symposium "INVASION OF ALIEN SPECIES IN HOLARCTIC: BOROK" was first held 20 years ago, in 2001, and has become regular. To date, the global issue of biological invasions of alien species remains topical for humankind. The Symposium aims and scopes are divided into the four main divisions: General Problems, Plants, Invertebrates, and V...
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Dear Colleagues! We cordially invite you to participate in the Sixth International Symposium "Invasion of Alien Species in Holarctic. Borok-VI", to be held on October 11-15, 2021 (depending on the number of participants the Symposium will be held either in Borok place, on the base of Papanin Institute for Biology of Inland Waters, Russian Academy o...
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Аннотация: Интенсивная хозяйственная деятельность человека во второй половине XX в., совпав-шая с глобальными климатическими изменениями последних десятилетий, обусловила увеличение числа чужеродных видов рыб в водоемах и водотоках Волжского бассейна. Приводятся сведения о встречаемости видов-вселенцев в научных уловах в акваториях водохранилищ р....
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This is a preprint. Please, read the original article: Garibian PG, Karabanov DP, Neretina AN, Taylor DJ, Kotov AA. Bosminopsis deitersi (Crustacea: Cladocera) as an ancient species group: a revision // PeerJ. 2021. Vol.9. e11310 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.11310
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Our analysis of Alona cf. affinis (Cladocera: Chydoridae) populations from European Russia, Siberia and Far East of Russia bearing denticles at the posteroventral corner, based on both their morphology and genetic study considering variability of mitochondrial COI and 16S and nuclear 18S genes, revealed that they belong to a separate taxon describe...
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The data on Electronic Programmable Complex Fish-protecting facility of electric principle (EP EPRCFF) impact on gonads and gametogenesis of four abundant carp species (Cyprinidae) is given. Based on cytological and histological analysis of gonads from electro-treated fishes, an estimate of fishes’ fertility is made. In Russian.
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На модельных массовых видах рыб Рыбинского водохранилища проведено исследование поведения и распределения личинок, мальков и взрослых рыб в зоне разных уровней воздействия электрических полей системы электронной программируемой комплексного рыбозащитного устройства электрического воздействия (СЭПРО КРУЭВ). Экспериментальное тестирование распределен...
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В экспериментальных условиях осуществлена прямая оценка выживаемости и специфических повреждений молоди рыб разных размерных групп на личиночных и мальковых периодах развития во время и после воздействия электрического поля системы электронной программируемой комплексного рыбо-защитного устройства электрического воздействия (СЭПРО КРУЭВ) / Under ex...
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There are the first data on the parasites of the stoan loache Barbatula conilobus Prokofiev, 2016 in the Dzabhan River, Mongolia. As a result, 10 species of parasites of 4 systematic groups were identified: Cestoda - 1, Monogenea - 4, Trematoda - 4, Nematoda - 1. The monogeneans Gyrodactylus nemachili Bychowsky, 1936 and the trematode Diplostomum m...
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В экспериментальных условиях исследована устойчивость молоди ротана Perccottus glenii и окуня Perca fluviatilis к воздействию хищника-ихтиофага щуки Esox lucius. В большинстве опытов ротаны выедались щуками значительно эффективнее. Данная тенденция сохранялась в аквариумах разного объёма и формы, в отсутствие и при наличии в среде укрытий. В отличи...
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The tolerance of juvenile Amur sleeper Perccottus glenii and perch Perca fluviatilis to the effect of piscivorous predator pike Esox lucius has been studied in experimental conditions. In the majority of trials, Amur sleepers were consumed by pike much more efficiently. This trend remained in the aquaria of various volumes, with and without covers....
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Abstract: The book generalizesthe results of the integrated monitoring of the ecosystem and special studies in the Rybinsk Reservoir during the years of its existence with a particular emphasis on the period of the last 15 years. The work highlights fundamental problems of hydrobiology and ecology, and the relationships between the long-term dynami...
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The most dangerous invasive species of Russia (TOP-100) / Eds. Yu.Yu. Dgebuadze, V.G. Petrosyan, L.A. Khlyap. M.: KMK Scientific Press, 2018, 688 p. The book is devoted to biological invasions of alien species. It is the first presentation of the list and summarized information on the 100 worst invasive species (TOP-100) in Russia which can pose th...
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Study deals with peculiarities of four genetic loci alleles’ distribution in different populations of common kilka from some parts of its range. Geographical differentiation in muscular lactate dehydrogenase-A (LDH-A*) allele frequencies between populations was found. Allele LDH-A*100 frequency is higher in native range. Allele LDH-A*120 prevails i...
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В работе приводятся сведения о чужеродных видах рыб, пойманных в прибрежье водохранилищ рек Волга и Кама. Материал собран в результате комплексных судовых экспедиций ИБВВ РАН за сезон 2005-2017 годов. Выявлены места обитания и оценена относительная численность массовых чужерод-ных видов Волжско-Камского региона. Авторская версия на русском языке ра...
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Karabanov D.P., Pavlov D.D., Bazarov M.I., Borovikova E.A., Gerasimov Yu.V., Kodukhova Yu.V., Smirnov A.K., Stolbunov I.A. Alien species of fish in the littoral of Volga and Kama reservoirs (Results of complex expeditions of IBIW RAS in 2005–2017) // Transactions of IBIW RAS. 2018. Issue 82(85). P. 67-80. The paper provides information on alien spe...
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The paper provides information on alien species of fish caught in the coastal waters of the Volga and Kama river reservoirs. The material was collected during complex ship expeditions of the IBIW RAS in 2005-2017. We have identified habitats and estimated the relative abundance of mass alien species of the Volga-Kama region.
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Results on one additional mitochondrial and three nuclear gene fragments. (DOCX)
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Complete list of original sequences obtained in this study with information on sampling localities and the GenBank accession numbers for COI, 16S, 18S, HSP, H3 sequences for each specimen. COI clade designations as defined in Fig 2. (XLS)
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Between-group p-distances (in percent) among the D. magna population’s groups for COI gene. In diagonal, bold–estimates of average evolutionary divergence over sequence pairs within groups. Below diagonal–estimates of evolutionary divergence over sequence pairs between groups. The presence of n/c in the results denotes cases in which it was not pos...
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Real sources of some COI sequences represented in the GenBank. (DOC)
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Bayesian tree based on concatenated mitochondrial 16s rRNA sequences and nuclear 18s rRNA sequences (1036 bp). All original samples have prefix zh, while the Genbank samples have no this prefix. GenBank accession numbers for original samples are given in S1 Table, for sequences obtained from GenBank they are: USA–AY921452, Denmark–DQ470575, Belgium...
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Original and GenBank COI sequences for Dapnia magna arranged according to haplotype clades, star-groups, and geographic regions. (XLS)
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Polymorphism of the COI gene mtDNA of the Daphnia magna populations. n—sample size, Nh—number of haplotypes, Nv—number of variable (polymorphic) sites, Np—number of parsimony informative sites, Hd—haplotype diversity, Pi—nucleotide diversity, k—average number of nucleotide differences; R2 population size expansion test and results of Tajima’s D, Fu...
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Maximum parsimony COI network and nested clade design of major clades of D. magna. Numbers identify star groups of haplotypes (see S2 Table). Circle size is proportional to the frequency of the haplotypes. Small dark circles indicate unsampled or extinct haplotypes. Geographic regions for star groups are as follows: s1 –Western, Central Europe, Med...
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Maximum clade credibility tree for COI as identified with the bGMYC analysis. Clades highlighted in red represent the maximum likelihood limits. The colored lines correspond to a sequence-by-sequence matrix, with lines colored according to the posterior probability that the sequences are conspecific, which allows visualizing uncertainty in group li...
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Bayesian tree based on concatenated nuclear loci of HSP90 and histone H3 sequences (994 bp). All original samples have prefix zh, while the Genbank samples do not have this prefix. GenBank accession numbers for original samples are given in S1 Table, for sequences obtained from GenBank they are: USA—DQ845268. (PDF)