V. V. Stakheev

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To ascertain intra- and interspecific differentiation patterns of some Sylvaemus wood mice species (S. uralensis, S. sylvaticus, S. ponticus, S. flavicollis, and S. fulvipectus), sequence variation of the fragment (654 bp) of the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit I gene (COI) was analyzed and the data obtained using several molecular genetic markers(More)
Using karyological, allozyme, and molecular genetic analysis, habitation of the four Sylvaemus wood mice species, pygmy wood mouse (S. uralensis), wood mouse (S. sylvaticus), yellow-necked mouse (S. flavicollis), and yellow-bellied mouse (S. fulvipectus) in Rostov oblast was demonstrated. Sylvaemus uralensis was distributed nearly over the whole territory(More)
Analysis of the control region of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) or D-loop of 96 house mice (Mus musculus) from Russia, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan has been used to reconstruct the phylogenetic relationships and phylogeographic patterns of intraspecific forms. New data on the phylogenetic structure of the house mouse are presented.(More)
The role of invasions in formation of the phylogeographic structure of a synanthropic species of house mouse (Mus musculus) is investigated. The probable ways of its expansion in some areas of Russia and the near abroad are analyzed. The genetic variability of subspecies and populations of M. musculus is evaluated by the data on polymorphism of the(More)
120 Gerbils of the genus Meriones dominate among small mammals in arid zones of the northwestern Cas pian basin. Animals of this genus play a significant role not only in the biotic community, but also in the main tenance of the natural focus of plague in the Caspian Sea region. The midday (Meriones meridianus Pallas, 1773) and tamarisk (Meriones(More)
The results of the epidemiological analysis of the outbreak of hemorrhagic fever which was caused by Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus and occurred during the period of July 3-19, 1999, in the Oblivskaya district of Rostov Province are presented. The specific epidemiological features of the outbreak have been determined. The possible versions of the(More)
In this work the genetic variability of the common shrew populations Sorex araneus L. in Eastern Europe was studied via mitochondrial gene cyt b sequencing. A total of 82 sequences of the mitochondrial gene cyt b with a length of 953 basepairs were analyzed, including five chromosome races in a continuous natural area in forest zone and two races which(More)
Microsatellite and mtDNA markers have been used to identify two pairs of cryptic species Sorex araneus L. (Sorex satunini Ogn.) and Sorex minutus L. (S. volnuchini Ogn.). The new data were obtained on the distribution of these species on the plain between the Don and Kuban rivers. The shrew S. volnuchini and Caucasian mole are distributed on the plain areas(More)
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