An. A. Kuz’min

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Two hybridization zones were taken as an example (the russet ground squirrel (Spermophilus major) and the speckled ground squirrel (S. suslicus), the russet ground squirrel and the yellow ground squirrel S. fulvus) to show that biotope characteristics determine segregation of sympatric species in contact colonies. The heterogeneity of biotopes with regard(More)
Reproductive relations between animals in the hybrid settlement of the russet and yellow ground squirrels are panmictic and are characterized by the absence of assortative crossings and by the presence of multimale pairings in females with evidently heterospermic broods. Maximum breeding success was observed for hybrid animals proving the fertility of(More)
The bionic model of human cerebral cortex neurons presented in this article is considerably different from the classical model of the McCulloch and Pits formal neuron, since within this model five different types of neuron inputs are distinguished, except for the threshold there is the function describing the neuron potential, and all parameters have a(More)
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