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Results of testing the comparatory method: The curvature of the shell valve frontal section is inappropriate as a systematic character for the freshwater pearl mussel of the genus Margaritifera
This paper continues a discussion on the number of pearl mussel species of the genus Margaritifera in northern Europe. A biometric study of 1711 pearl mussel Margaritifera margaritifera shells fromExpand
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Atlantic salmon colonization of the Russian Arctic coast: pioneers from North America
Previous studies of the ESTD* isozyme locus in the Atlantic salmon show the *80 allele to be absent across the species' European range, with the exception of northern Russia, whereas the allele isExpand
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Hybridization of beaked redfish (Sebastes mentella) with small redfish (Sebastes viviparus) and diversification of redfish (Actinopterygii: Scorpaeniformes) in the Irminger Sea
We searched for Sebastes mentella and Sebastes viviparus hybrids in samples of redfish with external traits typical of S. mentella. The samples were collected in the Irminger Sea in 2007 (n = 131)Expand
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Unintentional genetic processes in artificially maintained populations: Proving the leading role of selection in evolution
The review considers studies examining artificially maintained populations as models for understanding biological evolution. The key factors of gene pool evolution—random processes, interspecificExpand
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Natural hybridization of two mussel species Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas, 1771) and Dreissena bugensis (Andrusov, 1897)
AbstractsDreissenids display a high diversity of shell morphology, and it is frequently difficult to ascribe some individuals from mixed populations to one of the two species, Dreissena polymorphaExpand
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Effect of hatchery environment on cranial morphology and developmental stability of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) from North‐West Russia
Summary The study addresses the effect of hatchery rearing on morphological variation and developmental stability of Atlantic salmon parr from North-West Russia. Totally, we collected nineExpand
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Historical geography of pearl harvesting and current status of populations of freshwater pearl mussel Margaritifera margaritifera (L.) in the western part of Northern European Russia
This paper summarises data on the occurrence of freshwater pearl mussel Margaritifera margaritifera in the western part of Northern European Russia adjacent to White Sea, Barents Sea, Onega Lake andExpand
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Freshwater Pearl mussels of the genus Margaritifera (Mollusca: Bivalvia) described as M. elongata (Lamarck, 1819) and M. borealis (Westerlund, 1871) should be classified with M. margaritifera
The shells of Pearl mussels from the basins of the Solza, Keret’, and Umba rivers flowing into the White Sea have been measured to determine the ratio of shell convexity to its maximum height. ThisExpand
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Postglacial Colonization of the North European Seas by Pacific Fishes and Lamprey
A critical analysis of literature data on the distribution, morphology, and phylogeography of the Arctic lamprey (Lethenteron camtschaticum) and five species of marine and anadromous fish such asExpand
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Genetic comparison of salmon from the White Sea and north‐western Atlantic Ocean
Samples of salmon Salmo salar from the River Kachkovka and the River Nilma in northern Russia were analysed by starch gel electrophoresis and compared to three Norwegian stocks, the Neiden river inExpand
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