V. N. Ivanenko

V. N. Ivanenko
Lomonosov Moscow State University | MSU · Department of Invertebrates Zoology

PhD

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Actin is a fundamental member of an ancient superfamily of structural intracellular proteins and plays a crucial role in cytoskeleton dynamics, ciliogenesis, phagocytosis, and force generation in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. It is shown that actin has another function in metazoans: patterning biosilica deposition, a role that has spanned over 5...
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V.N. Ivanenko, A.V. Tchesunov Microscopic Parasites and Commensals of Caribbean Coral Communities Russian Foundation for Basic Research Journal N 3 (111) July–September 2021 В.Н. ИВАНЕНКО, А.В. ЧЕСУНОВ. Микроскопические паразиты и комменсалы обитателей коралловых сообществ Карибского моря Вестник РФФИ, №3 (111), 2021. стр. 32-37.
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Zoo- and phyto-parasitic nematodes of the order Rhabditida and zooparasites of the subclass Dorylaimia are well known, due largely to their medical, veterinarian and agricultural significance. However, there have been many switches from a free-living to a symbiotic (including parasitism) mode of existence in the evolutionary trajectories of various...
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Supplementary Fig. S1. Maximum likelihood reconstruction with the concatenated alignment of the four genes (18S and 28S rRNA, COI mtDNA and H3 histone) from the study by Khodami et al. [2017]. The tree was reconstructed with RAxML using the GTRGAMMAI model optimized separately for the four gene partitions; tree node support values are bootstrap per...
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This paper reviews all currently known records of copepod crustaceans of the family Lamippidae (Cyclopoida). The lamippids are highly modified endosymbionts found only on octocorals in the channels of mesoglea and gall-like proliferations of the host tissues. 54 species and 11 genera of copepods have been reported associated with 42 species, 33 gen...
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Reanalysis of the dataset used by Khodami et al. [2017] reveals low support values for the key nodes of the copepod (Crustacea) phylogeny and fails to reproduce the results obtained in the study. Maximum likelihood (ML) and Bayesian analyses with the dataset produce phylogenies that are inconsistent with the branching of copepod groups proposed by...
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Among symbiotic associations, cases of pseudo-auto-epizoism, in which a species uses a resembling but not directly related species as substrate, are poorly documented in coral reef ecosystems. In the present study, we assessed the distribution of an association between the hydrocorals Stylaster roseus and Millepora alcicornis on about 50% of coral...
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Modern scaffolding strategy with respect to chitin is based on the application of naturally prefabricated 3D chitinous scaffolds of both aquatical and terrestrial invertebrates origin, mostly in the form of decellularized matrices. The sources of such constructs should be renewable or represent biodegradable and non-toxic waste materials. Sponges (...
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Three-dimensional (3D) biopolymer-based scaffolds including chitinous matrices have been widely used for tissue engineering , regenerative medicine and other modern interdisciplinary fields including extreme biomimetics. In this study, we introduce a novel, electrochemically assisted method for 3D chitin scaffolds isolation from the cultivated mari...
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For the first time, 3D chitin scaffolds from the marine demosponge Aplysina archeri were used for adsorption and immobilization of laccase from Trametes versicolor. The resulting chitin–enzyme biocatalytic systems were applied in the removal of tetracycline. Effective enzyme immobilization was confirmed by scanning electron microscopy. Immobilizati...
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Whereas most work to understand impacts of humans on biodiversity on coastal areas has focused on large, conspicuous organisms, we highlight effects of tourist access on the diversity of microscopic marine animals (meiofauna). We used a DNA metabarcoding approach with an iterative and phylogeny-based approach for the taxonomic assignment of meiofau...
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Structure-based tissue engineering requires large-scale 3D cell/tissue manufacture technologies, to produce biologically active scaffolds. Special attention is currently paid to naturally pre-designed scaffolds found in skeletons of marine sponges, which represent a renewable resource of biomaterials. Here, an innovative approach to the production...
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Marine demosponges of the Verongiida order are considered a gold-mine for bioinspired materials science and marine pharmacology. The aim of this work was to simultaneously isolate selected bromotyrosines and unique chitinous structures from A. aerophoba and to propose these molecules and biomaterials for possible application as antibacterial and an...
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Copepods parasitizing marine fish were collected along the Cochin and Malabar coasts (Kerala, India) of the Indian Ocean from July 2013 through February 2019. One hundred species of copepods from 31 genera in eight families, were found living on 85 species fish represented 65 genera in 34 families. Copepods of the order Siphonostomatoida were the d...
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Marine sponges remain representative of a unique source of renewable biological materials. The demosponges of the family Ianthellidae possess chitin-based skeletons with high biomimetic potential. These three-dimensional (3D) constructs can potentially be used in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. In this study, we focus our attention, f...
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Naturally occurring three-dimensional (3D) biopolymer-based matrices that can be used in different biomedical applications are sustainable alternatives to various artificial 3D materials. For this purpose, chitin-based structures from marine sponges are very promising substitutes. Marine sponges from the order Verongiida (class Demospongiae) are ty...
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This review of copepod crustaceans associated with reef-dwelling cnidarians, sponges and echinoderms of the Greater Caribbean is based on published records, systematically arranged by the classification of the symbiotic copepods and their hosts, sampling sites, coordinates, depth and date of sampling, literature sources, and three recent surveys (C...
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Restudy of the type species of the genus Barathricola Humes, 1999 (Copepoda, Cyclopoida, Schminkepi-nellidae) described from the Pacific Ocean (Juan de Fuca Ridge), and study of the species Barathricola thermophilus sp. nov. from a deep-sea hydrothermal vent field on the Central Ridge in the Indian Ocean revealed a derived feature and widespread ge...
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Reanalysis of the dataset used by Khodami et al. (2017) reveals low support values for the key nodes of the copepod (Crustacea) phylogeny and fails to reproduce the results obtained in the study. Maximum likelihood (ML) and Bayesian analyses with the dataset produce phylogenies that are inconsistent with the branching of copepod groups proposed by...
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The genus Hemimysis (Malacostraca: Mysida: Mysidae) encompasses near-bottom, demersal and cave-dwelling mysids living in the marine, brackish and freshwater habitats around the European coast, from the Caspian Sea to the Scandinavian Peninsula. We conducted cladistic analysis of 52 morphological characters of all nine species and three subspecies o...
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Sponges are a valuable source of natural compounds and biomaterials for many biotechnological applications. Marine sponges belonging to the order Verongiida are known to contain both chitin and biologically active bromotyrosines. Aplysina archeri (Aplysineidae: Verongiida) is well known to contain bromotyrosines with relevant bioactivity against hu...
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The bioactive bromotyrosine-derived alkaloids and unique morphologically-defined fibrous skeleton of chitin origin have been found recently in marine demosponges of the order Verongiida. The sophisticated three-dimensional (3D) structure of skeletal chitinous scaffolds supported their use in biomedicine, tissue engineering as well as in diverse mod...
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Spaniomolgus is a symbiotic genus of copepods of the poecilostomatoid family Rhynchomolgidae and is known to be associated with shallow-water reef-building hermatypic corals. Three species of this genus were previously found only in washings of Acropora and Stylophora in northern Madagascar. Four coral morphotypes of Stylophora pistillata (Pocillop...
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Adult female and male of Artogordion ridgeus sp.n. gen.n. (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida) of the family Artotrogidae Brady, 1880 are described from the Gorda Ridge of the North Pacific Ocean. The copepods were found at depths of 2656–2701 m on the margin of a hydrothermal vent field among invertebrates colonizing wood blocks deployed for two years. T...
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Research Infrastructures (RIs) are facilities, resources and services used by the scientific community to conduct research and foster innovation. LifeWatch ERIC has developed various virtual research environments, which include many virtual laboratories (vLabs) offering high computational capacity and comprehensive collaborative platforms that supp...
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Corals harbor complex and diverse microbial communities that strongly impact host fitness and resistance to diseases, but these microbes themselves can be influenced by stresses, like those caused by the presence of macroscopic symbionts. In addition to directly influencing the host, symbionts may transmit pathogenic microbial communities. We analy...
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The radiation of symbiotic copepods (Crustacea: Copepoda) living in association with stony corals (Cnidaria: Scleractinia) is considered host-specific and linked to the phylogenetic diversification of their hosts. However, symbiotic copepods are poorly investigated, occurrence records are mostly anecdotal, and no explicit analysis exists regarding...
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The ectosymbiotic copepods, Vostoklaophonte eupenta gen. & sp. nov. associated with the sea cucumber Eupentacta fraudatrix, was found in the subtidal zone of Peter the Great Bay, East/Japan Sea. The new genus, Vostoklaophonte, is similar to Microchelonia in the flattened body form, reduced mandible, maxillule and maxilla, but with well-developed pr...
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Aegisthidae is one of the most abundant and diverse families of harpacticoid copepods living in deep-sea benthos, and the phylogenetic relationships within the family are in state of flux. Females of two new deep-water species of harpacticoid copepods belonging to the Hasegen. n. (Aegisthidae: Cerviniinae) are described. The first taxonomic descrip...
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Marine demosponges (Porifera: Demospongiae) are recognized as first metazoans which have developed over millions of years of evolution effective survival strategies based on unique metabolic pathways to produce both biologically active secondary metabolites and biopolymer-based stiff skeletons with 3D architecture. Up to date, among marine demos-po...
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Marine caves possess unique biocoenotic and ecological characteristics. Sessile benthic species such as sponges associated with cave habitats typically show a marked zonation from the cave entrance towards the end of the cave. We describe three semi-submerged karstic caves of 50 to 83 m length and 936 to 2,291 m3 volume from the poorly explored cav...
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Sponges (Porifera) are recognized as aquatic multicellular organisms which developed an effective biochemical pathway over millions of years of evolution to produce both biologically active secondary metabolites and biopolymer-based skeletal structures. Among marine demosponges, only representatives of the Verongiida order are known to synthetize b...
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Among marine demosponges (Porifera: Demospongiae), only representatives of the order Verongiida have been recognized to synthetize both biologically active substances as well as scaffolds-like fibrous skeletons made of structural aminopolysaccharide chitin. The unique 3D architecture of such scaffolds open perspectives for their applications in was...
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Extreme marine environments cover more than 50% of the Earth’s surface and offer many opportunities for investigating the biological responses and adaptations of organisms to stressful life conditions. Extreme marine environments are sometimes associated with ephemeral and unstable ecosystems, but can host abundant, often endemic and well-adapted m...
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More than 360 species of copepods, representing many different families and orders, are known to be symbionts of scleractinian corals. Our current understanding of the patterns of geographical distribution of coral-associated copepods is based on the fragmentary taxonomic data obtained from several localities with a notable lack of knowledge for ma...
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In order to demonstrate how scleractinian corals contribute to marine biodiversity by their host function, information on associated fauna was gathered during a biological survey at St. Eustatius, eastern Caribbean. This knowledge is especially urgent for a host coral such as Helioseris cucullata (Agariciidae), which has undergone strong declines i...
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Two new coexisting species of crustacean copepods (Poecilostomatoida) belonging to the echinoid-specific genera Mecomerinx Humes, 1977 (Pseudanthessiidae) and Clavisodalis Humes, 1970 (Taeniacanthidae) found associated with the venomous flower urchin Toxopneustes pileolus (Lamarck) (Echinodermata: Echinoidea: Toxopneustidae) in the South China Sea...
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Adult females of Bathygordion cliffus new gen. and new sp. belonging to the family Ecbathyriontidae Humes, 1987 are described from the Gorda Ridge of the North Pacific Ocean. The copepods were found at depth of 2701 m on the margin of a hydrothermal vent field (Sea Cliff, GR-14) among invertebrates colonizing wood blocks deployed for 2 years. The n...
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in Hoeksema, B.W. (ed)2016. Marine biodiversity survey of St. Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean, 2015. Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden, and ANEMOON Foundation, Bennebroek, 157 p https://www.researchgate.net/publication/308414025_Marine_biodiversity_survey_of_St_Eustatius_Dutch_Caribbean_2015