E. G. Pryanichnikova

E. G. Pryanichnikova
Russian Academy of Sciences | RAS · Papanin Institute of the Biology of Inland Waters

Ph.D. (Biol.)

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October 2004 - present
Russian Academy of Sciences
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  • Senior Researcher
Education
September 1999 - June 2004

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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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The taxonomic composition of macrozoobenthos in lakes Vozhe and Lacha and in some sections in the Svid and Onega rivers is presented. The dominant complex in the lakes was formed by representatives of chironomids. Two species of oligochaetes and a gastropod were dominant in the rivers. The index of faunal similarity of macrobenthos between the lake...
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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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The taxonomic composition of macrobenthos of Lake Nero and the mouth area of the river Sarah are shown. The main part of the benthos in the summer in the lake is formed by larvae of amphibiotic insects – chironomids, biting midges and mayflies. The macrobenthos of the lake and the mouth of the Sara River can be characterized as chironomid species c...
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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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Invasive mollusk of genus Corbicula, a new species for the Volga River basin, has been found in the Gorky Reservoir in the zone of exposure to the heated waters of the cooler pond of the Kostromskaya thermal electric power station. According to the morphological features and nucleotide sequences of the mitochondrial cytochrome c-oxidase I (COI) gen...
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The specific features of accumulation of fat, protein, mineral, and nitrogen-free extractive substances in the skeletal muscles of bream (Abramis brama L.) from areas of the Rybinsk reservoir subjected to different degrees of anthropogenic load have been studied. Data on the bream forage base and feeding in the reservoir are presented. It is shown...
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The results of the studies on macrozoobenthos in the Upper Volga reservoirs in 2009–2015 are presented. New habitats of alien species Lithoglyphus naticoides, Quistadrilus multisetosus, and Archaeobdella esmonti have been found. The dynamics of distribution and abundance of these invaders in the Volga reservoirs has been monitored. The mollusk of t...
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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 main characteristics of the population of Dreissena polymor­pha (Pallas, 1771) in Lake Pleshcheyevo in 2014–2016 are dis- cussed, and two different sampling methods for D. polymorpha are compared. The lack of mass reproduction of D. polymorpha in 2015 is possibly related, among other causes, to climate change and alterations in the temperature...
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The Black Sea snail Lithoglyphus naticoides (C. Pfieffer, 1828) (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Lithoglyphidae) was first recorded in the Uglich Reservoir in the summer of 2013. By 2015, several new local settlements of the snail had been found in the Uglich and Rybinsk reservoirs, indicating its successful naturalization in the Upper Volga basin. Parasitol...
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Using our own data and data from the literature, we assessed the total biomass of the biotic component of the ecosystem of the Ivankovo Reservoir (Upper Volga, Russia), a eutrophic reservoir which is becoming overgrown with macrophytes. The biotic component of freshwater ecosystems is formed by communities of multicellular and unicellular organisms...
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Oligochaete Quistadrilus multisetosus (Smith, 1900) has been recorded in the Rybinsk Reservoir for the first time in this region. The abundance and spatial distribution of the species population in autumn 2013 are presented.
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The results of our long-term studies of populations of two dreissenid species (Dreisena polymorpha Pallas, 1771 and D. bugensis Andrusov, 1897) in Rybinsk and Gorkii reservoirs have been analyzed. New habitats of D. bugensis have been found in Rybinsk Reservoir.
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The abundance dynamics of adult dreissenids (Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas) and D. bugensis Andrusov) and of their larvae and the spatial distribution of the abundance of veligers and their role in the functioning of the plankton community have been analyzed on the basis of the data of original long-term monitoring (2004–2013) in Rybinsk Reservoir....
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Content of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA, 20∶5n-3) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, 22∶6n-3) and the n-3/n-6 ratio are important indicators of nutritive value of aquatic invertebrates as food for fish. We studied fatty acid (FA) content and composition of 68 zoobenthic species. Benthic invertebrates differed significantly in their contents of EPA and DH...
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The bivalve mollusk Dreissena bugensis forms two ecotypes in the Cheboksary Reservoir—typical (shallow) and deep-water ones. This water body is the only place in the European part of the species range where the deep-water morph is found. The two ecotypes differ morphologically (in the ratios of shell height, width, and length; in general outlines a...
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The book is a summary of results of fish and their environment studies performed in the Rybinsk reservoir over the whole period of its existence. It is devoted to fundamental problems of regional ichthyology and hydrobiology, and relation of perennial dynamics of population characteristics of fish species to environmental factors. The impact of cha...
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Присутствие пелагических личинок в жизненном цикле понто-каспийского моллюска Dreissena polymorpha Pallas, 1771, а также способность молодых особей закрепляться на различных субстратах, способствовали широкому расселению этого вида по водоемам Европы с балластными водами или обрастаниями судов уже в XIX и начале XX века (Дрейссена …, 1994). Верхняя...
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Присутствие пелагических личинок в жизненном цикле понто-каспийского моллюска Dreissena polymorpha Pallas, 1771, а также способность молодых особей закрепляться на различных субстратах, способствовали широкому расселению этого вида по водоемам Европы с балластными водами или обрастаниями судов уже в XIX и начале XX века (Дрейссена …, 1994). Верхняя...
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Based on biochemical markers, we studied the nutrition ranges of populations of Dreissena polymorpha and Dreissena bugensis mussels that inhabit the Volga reach of the Rybinsk reservoir and differ in the long-term population dynamics. Features of the nutrition ranges of mussels are regarded as the probable cause of changes in the number of mollusca...
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We studied the fatty acid (FA) content and composition of ten zoobenthic species of several taxonomic groups from different freshwater bodies. Special attention was paid to essential polyunsaturated fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA, 20:5n-3), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, 22:6n-3), and arachidonic acid (ARA, 20:4n-6); and the n-3/n-6 and DHA/AR...
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Investigations into the structure of communities of two dreissenid species are presented (native Dreissena polymorpha Pallas, 1771, and invasive D. bugensis Andrusov, 1897) in the Gorky and Rybinsk reservoirs (the Upper Volga basin). Significant interspecific and interpopulational differences in the main quantitative parameters and the fauna of end...
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http://elibrary.ru/item.asp?id=16456259 СРАВНИТЕЛЬНЫЙ АНАЛИЗ СТРУКТУРЫ ПОСЕЛЕНИЙ ДВУХ ВИДОВ ДРЕЙССЕНИД (Mollusca, Dreissenidae) И ФАУНЫ ИХ ЭНДОСИМБИОНТОВ В ВЕРХНЕВОЛЖСКИХ ВОДОХРАНИЛИЩАХ. Версии: http://elibrary.ru/item.asp?id=16995919 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE STRUCTURE AND FAUNA OF ENDOSYMBIONTS OF COMMUNITIES OF TWO DREISSENID SPECIES (MOLLUSC...
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We examined trends in expansion patterns and relative abundances of Dreissena bugensis in reservoirs and major river systems in eastern Europe. Based on our own data and data from the literature, it is apparent that trends were variable across river basins and not easily related to environmental conditions. In some cases these did not conform to th...
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The bivalve mollusk Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas, 1771) is a species that populates an increasing number of new water bodies to threaten the native ecsystem stability [1]. Studying the biological characters of D. polymorpha is required to prevent undesired invasion and to reduce the negative ecological effect of this organism. Food composition of D...
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Гельминты в популяциях моллюсков рода Dreissena из волжских водохранилищ

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The scope of the Conference will include communications devoted to results of theoretical and historical research in the fields of freshwater biology and malacology as well as discussions on methodological foundations of these disciplines. The Organizing and Programme committees hope that the Conference will help to enhance the interactions between research practitioners and historians of science in order to contribute to the development of aquatic ecology. The themes of the Conference will include: 1. History of aquatic ecology and limnology of the 20th century in the context of scientific and ideological discussions 2. Taxonomy, biogeography, faunal studies and ecology of freshwater mollusks 3. Ecological research in rivers and water reservoirs 4. Studies in limnology 5. The current state of aquatic ecology worldwide: trends, problems, and the contribution of historical studies to the understanding of the development of this discipline.