Samaneh Pazoki

Samaneh Pazoki
University of Tehran | UT ·  School of Biology

PhD of Animal systematics

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Introduction
Education
January 2015 - December 2020
University of Tehran
Field of study
  • Biosystematics and phylogeny

Publications

Publications (5)
Article
The Persian Gulf, an enclosed sea connected to the Gulf of Oman through the narrow Strait of Hormuz, is known as the world’s hottest sea. Owing to its harsh environmental conditions, genetic isolation has been proposed for the Gulf’s biota. During the present study, population genetic and phylogeographic analyses were carried out focusing on potent...
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A recent study (Simon et al. 2019) confirmed that Spirobranchus kraussii is neither a widely distributed tropical species of Indo-Pacific origin nor a Lessepsian migrant to the Mediterranean, but a large complex of species, some of which might be indeed invasive. Thus, a common intertidal gregarious serpulid, previously attributed to S. kraussii in...
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As part of a faunistic study on helminth parasites of Iranian lizards collected from localities in the north of Isfahan province in Iran, two new nematode species belonging to two different families, Pharyngodonidae Travassos, 1919 and Physalopteroidae Railliet, 1893, were found and are, hereby, described. Spauligodon persiensis n. sp. from the lar...
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Seventeen specimens of Laudakia nupta nupta (De Filippi, 1843), from several locations in central plain of Iran were examined for gastrointestinal parasitic helminths. Nematodes of different families and genera were the only worms found. The nematodes included one Parapharyngodon sp., three Thelandros spp., and one Thubunea sp. All species found in...

Questions

Questions (4)
Question
Hi,
I am looking for an accurate program except Mega that can give me the best fit model for a protein alignment.
Please let me know if there is any.
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I am looking for the family of the polychaeta which it's tube shown in the picture. First, I thought the particles were sand, but under the microscope they looked small pieces of shells.
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I am looking for a reliable key to the species of Eunic (Polychaetes) aroun Ino-West Pacific Ocean, except Fauchald's paper.
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I am looking for a picture taken from this fanworm species. It's distribution is in Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean sea.
A similar operculum is attached. 

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Project
The species of Serpulidae in the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman.