• Publications
  • Influence
Muscular system in polychaetes (Annelida)
The structure of the polychaete muscular system is reviewed. The muscular system comprises the muscles of the body wall, the musculature of the parapodial complex and the muscle system of theExpand
Dorsolateral Ciliary Folds in the Polychaete Foregut: Structure, Prevalence and Phylogenetic Significance
TLDR
The distribution and their similar structure suggest that dorsolateral folds are phylogenetically old struc­ tures which might already have been present in the stem species of polychaetes. Expand
Pharynx and intestine
The alimentary canal of polychaetes consists of a foregut, midgut, and hindgut. The alimentary canal shows different specializations even in homonomously segmented polychaetes. The foregut gives riseExpand
Ultrastructure of the Body Wall, Body Cavity, Nephridia and Spermatozoa in Four Species of the Chrysopetalidae (Annelida, “Polychaeta”)
TLDR
The results of the present investigation are indicative of a fairly basal position of the Chrysopetalidae within the Phyllodocida. Expand
Biology of Pseudopotamilla reniformis (Müller 1771) in the White Sea, with description of asexual reproduction
TLDR
Asexual reproduction appears to play a crucial role for formation of P. reniformis aggregations and is very important for the population in the White Sea, at the margin of the species’ range. Expand
Trochonerilla mobilis gen. et sp.n., a meiofaunal nerillid (Annelida, Polychaeta) from a marine aquarium in Moscow
TLDR
A nerillid species new to science is described from the marine aquarium system of Moscow Zoo, characterized by eight chaetigerous segments, three antennae, absence of palps, parapodia with two bundles of simple chaetae and pygidium with two anal cirri. Expand
Pharynx and intestine
TLDR
The epithelia of the intestine may form a pseudostratified epithelium composed of glandular cells, absorptive cells and ciliated cells or only one cell type having similar functions. Expand
Renewal mechanisms of buccal armature in Flabellina verrucosa (Nudibranchia: Aeolidida: Flabellinidae)
TLDR
The general and fine morphology of the buccal armature and concomitant epithelia in Flabellina verrucosa were examined using light microscopy, cLSM, TEM, and SEM to suggest the mechanisms of jaw and radula syntheses for this species. Expand
Molecular identity, morphology and taxonomy of the Rhynchospio glutaea complex with a key to Rhynchospio species (Annelida, Spionidae)
TLDR
Sequence data of four gene fragments of the mitochondrial 16S r DNA, nuclear 18S and 28S rDNA, and Histone 3 have shown that R. glutaea complex individuals from the South West Atlantic, North East Pacific (British Columbia and Oregon) and North West Pacific (South Korea) were genetically distant and not conspecific. Expand
Fauna associated with detached kelp in different types of subtidal habitats of the White Sea
The fauna, associated with Laminaria and other largebrown macroalgae was studied by using SCUBA anddredging in two different types of underwater habitatsof the White Sea.In shallow water fjords andExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...