E. A. Vanisova

E. A. Vanisova
S.I. Vavilov Institute for the History of Science and Technology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

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Introduction
E. A. Vanisova currently works at the Department of the History of Biological and Chemical Sciences, S.I. Vavilov Institute for the History of Science and Technology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. She does research in Zoology and Ecology, History of Biology.

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In various publications devoted to the fauna of Nepal, there is a misconception about the taxonomic position of the local marmot. It is erroneously referred to as “Bobak Marmot”, “Marmota bobak”. And this error goes from edition to edition. This article provides arguments to resolve this misunderstanding.
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Summary The population of Himalayan marmots (Marmota himalayana (Hodgson, 1841)) in Nepal is vulnerable as a peripheral population. Moreover, there are significant anthropogenic impacts on this marmot population. Above the upper border of the forest, human share the same habitats with marmots on the alluvial terraces of river valleys. Human build...
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Ареал гималайского сурка (Marmota himalayana Hodgson, 1841) имеет островной характер, так как ограничен эколого�географическими барьерами: пустыни и Лёссовое плато; горные вершины, покрытые ледниками, и реки; леса южного макросклона Гималаев. И только на северо-западе есть экологический коридор. Географическая изоляция популяций сурков провоцир...
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Résumé. – Une revue de la distribution et de l’écologie de la marmotte de l’Himalaya (Marmota himalayana Hodgson, 1841) sur le territoire de la République Populaire de Chine est réalisée en utilisant la littérature en chinois. En Chine, la marmotte himalayenne habite le plateau du Qinghai-Tibet depuis la limite supérieure des arbres jusqu’à la lign...
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Abstract. Anthropogenic impact on the Himalayan marmot population in Nepal is discussed. Above the upper border of the forest, human shares the same habitats with marmots on the alluvial terraces of river valleys. Human buildings and farmland lead to fragmentation of the marmot population, and overgrazing leads to pasture digression, worsening the...
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The range of Himalayan marmot ( Marmota himalayana Hodgson, 1841) has an insular character, as it is limited by ecological and geographical barriers: in the north, northeast and east, these are deserts and the Loess Plateau, in the west - mountain peaks covered with glaciers and rivers, in the south - forests of the southern macro slope of the Hima...
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This work increase the knowledge related to bat fauna present in the “ Monte Pellegrino ” Nature Reserve in the Palermo municipality. The acoustic sampling took place in the summer/autumn season using the D500X Bat detector in 22 samples. The identified signals were attributed to 8 species and one genus. The Taxa with the most passes in the reserve...
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German chemist Justus von Liebig is known in the ecological literature as the author of Liebigs law of the minimum. But the law of the minimum is absent in his publications, which ecologists cite. The law is nothing more than an interpretation of some of Liebigs statements. However, irrespective of the law of the minimum, Liebigs outstanding contri...
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Описана изменчивость звукового предупреждающего об опасности сигнала серого сурка (Marmota baibacina) в периферической популяции в долине реки Арпа (Киргизия). Ранее сообщалось, что эта популяция обитает совместно с красным сурком (M. caudata). Красного сурка авторы не обнаружили. В краевой популяции серого сурка обнаружены две формы аберраций: амп...
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The variability of the alarm call of the gray marmot (Marmota baibacina) in the peripheral population in the valley of the Arpa River (Kyrgyzstan) is described. It was earlier reported that this population lived together with the red marmot (M. caudata). The authors did not find the red marmot there. Two forms of aberrations were found in the edge...
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The phenomenon of life is organized in supraorganismal systems, populations and ecosystems. The main mechanisms of sustainability of these systems are: 1) the influence of limiting factors on population growth and ecosystem development; 2) the allocation of plant and animal species into ecological niches; 3) co-adaptation of plants and animals; 4)...
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УНИКАЛЬНОЕ ЕСТЕСТВЕННОЕ ОБНАЖЕНИЕ НОРЫ ГИМАЛАЙСКОГО СУРКА Marmota himalayana Hodgson (1841) Никольский А.А., Ванисова Е.А., Рамусс Р. Обнаружен обрушенный склон, в толще которого обнажилась нора гималайского сурка Marmota himalayana Hodgson (1841). Обнажение норы находится в Китае на Северо-Западном плато в восточной части провинции Цинхай (Qingh...
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2 Всероссийский научно-исследовательский институт рыбного хозяйства и океанографии Верхняя Красносельская ул., 16, Москва, Россия, 107140 Рисунок голландского художника Питера Брейгеля Старшего «Большая рыба ест мелкую рыбу», возможно, отображает не политическую аллюзию, как трактуют в истории искусства, а графическую схему цепей питания. Не исключ...
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Pieter Bruegel the Elder - author of the first graphic food-chains scheme Abstract. – The drawing of netherlandish painter Pieter Bruegel the Elder “The Big Fish Eat the Little Fish” reflects perhaps not political allusions, as it is interpreted in the history of art, but a graphic food-chains scheme. It is possible that the picture engraving, stor...
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CHEMICAL СOMPOSITION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SIGNAL FIELD OF STEPPE MARMOT (MARMOTA BOBAK) E.A. Vanisova1, S.V. Goryainov1, A.A. Nikol’skii1, F.Y. Niftullayev1, O.V. Soroka2, G.A. Kalabin1 1 Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia Podol’skoe shosse, 8/5, Moscow, Russia, 113093 2 Nature protected area “Orenburgskii” ul. Donetskaya, 2/2, Orenburg, Russia,...
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Russian desman – reducing their numbers endemic to Central Russia, inhabiting the floodplain lakes, slow-flowing rivers. Features thermophysiology of desmans determines that adverse climatic conditions (high temperature and low water levels in lakes) limit its reproduction in lakes of meadow floodplain that heat to thebottom. However, under favorab...
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The main propositions of the biological signaling field concept suggested by the author of concept N.P. Naumov and his followers are discussed in this review based on the example of mammals. It has been shown that the development of this concept over the last 30 years has been based on its fundamental proposition. The main idea is that, from genera...

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