N. G. Mel’nik

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161 A comparison of genomes of populations of a species living under conditions of long-term isolation provides an opportunity to estimate the role of genomic changes in speciation. This equally applies both to the coding and noncoding genomic regions; the latter is known to account for at least 90% of the genome in the majority of eukaryotes [1]. In terms(More)
Most of Earth's diamonds are connected with deep-seated mantle rocks; however, in recent years, μm-sized diamonds have been found in shallower metamorphic rocks, and the process of shallow-seated diamond formation has become a hotly debated topic. Nanodiamonds occur mainly in chondrite meteorites associated with organic matter and water. They can be(More)
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