Glafira D. Kolbasova

Glafira D. Kolbasova
Lomonosov Moscow State University | MSU · N. A. Pertsov White Sea Biological Station

Doctor of Philosophy

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November 2017 - June 2021
Lomonosov Moscow State University
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  • Researcher
October 2014 - October 2017
Lomonosov Moscow State University
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  • Engineer
October 2014 - October 2017
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Position
  • Engineer

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Publications (11)
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The Chaunskaya Bay, a large Arctic estuary with a surface of about nine thousand km ², is poorly studied in terms of ichthyology, although there is a transit hub of the Northern Sea Route on its coast, the seaport of Pevek, and its southeastern coast is a part of the state natural reserve “Chaunskaya Guba”. Only 10 marine fish species have been rec...
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Since the second half of the XX century, almost all Pelagobia samples from the Arctic, Antarctic, Atlantic and Pacific oceans had been identified as cosmopolitan P. longicirrata. The indistinct nuchal organs in P. longicirrata samples from the South China Sea (Spratly Islands and Taiwan) were considered a morphological feature of the Pacific popula...
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Biofouling of artificial substrates is a well-known phenomenon that can negatively impact offshore industry operations as well as data collection in the ocean. Fouling communities worldwide have mostly been studied within the top 50 m of the ocean surface, while biofouling below this depth remains largely underreported. Existing methods used to stu...
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Plastic pollution is globally recognised as a threat to marine ecosystems, habitats, and wildlife, and it has now reached remote locations such as the Arctic Ocean. Nevertheless, the distribution of microplastics in the Eurasian Arctic is particularly underreported. Here we present analyses of 60 subsurface pump water samples and 48 surface neuston...
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Pelagic polychaetes collected in the deep Arctic Ocean between 2011 and 2016 during three expeditions of R/V Polarstern were investigated using morphological taxonomic and molecular methods based on DNA sequences for portions of the mitochondrial 16 S and nuclear 18 S and 28 S rDNA genes. A comparison of our results on arctic Pelagobia cf. longicir...
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A new myzostome species, described here as Myzostoma khanhkhoaensis sp. nov., was collected in Nhatrang Bay, central Vietnam, during investigation of symbionts associated with crinoids. Myzostoma khanhkhoaensis sp. nov. was found only on Clarkcomanthus albinotus Rowe, Hoggett, Birtles & Vail, 1986 in dense groups of up to 25 specimens. This species...
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Caobangiids are an aberrant group of annelids with an unusual phoronid-like body plan. The most perceptible anatomical characteristic of caobangiids is the anal trunk, which is recurved outside the body and ends with an anal opening located near the head. So far neither the larval development nor the metamorphosis of these worms have been investiga...
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Cyanea is a genus of large bloom-forming scyphozoans, including some of the most conspicuous representatives of megaplankton. Its taxonomy has been revised repeatedly throughout the last century due to the fact that most of the morphological characteristics of Cyanea species, such as color, structure of gastrovascular system and number of tentacles...
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Chaetae are continually being replaced during the life of a polychaete, but the process of chaetal degeneration during replacement is still poorly known. Chaetal loss occurs either one at a time through special degenerative sites, or all chaetae in a chaetal sac are lost simultaneously in the absence of degenerative sites. Old chaetae can be either...
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The tube-dwelling polychaete Pseudopotamilla reniformis (Sabellidae) forms dense and complex aggregations of flexible tubes on hard substrates in the subtidal zone of the White Sea. No sexual reproduction was observed in this study and recruitment appeared to be due to asexual reproduction by architomy in winter, from October to March. The posterio...
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The tube-dwelling polychaete Pseudopotamilla reniformis (Sabellidae) forms dense and complex aggregations of flexible tubes on hard substrates in the subtidal zone of the White Sea. No sexual reproduction was observed in this study and recruitment appeared to be due to asexual reproduction by architomy in winter, from October to March. The posterio...

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