A review of the genus Diplogasteritus Paramonov, 1952 with description of a new species from Central Russia (Nematoda, Diplogasterida: Diplogasteridae)
- V. Gagarin
- BiologyZoosystematica Rossica
- 25 December 2002
The morphology and taxonomy of free-living nematodes of the genus Diplogasteritus Paramonov, 1952 are studied using the original material and literary data. The diagnosis of the genus Diplogasteritus…
Drag reduction of energy-efficient buildings and wind energy extraction due to bleeding effect
Turbulent flow around a circular cylinder with a perforated housing, when a stagnation zone flow at the forward stagnation point is transported to the near-wake region during wind energy extraction,…
Architectural building aerodynamics of tall structures with the bleeding effect and wind energy selection
- N. Vatin, S. Isaev, Sergey Guvernyik, V. Gagarin, B. Basok, Y. Zhukova
- Physics, Engineering
- 7 August 2014
The material presented here demonstrates the experience gained over the past two decades. The emphasis is made on solving the fundamental problems of vortex aerohydromechanics and thermal physics…
Two new species of Theristus Bastian, 1865 (Nematoda: Xyalidae) from the interstitial zone of Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia
Theristus tsalolikhini sp. n. and T. psammophilus sp. n. from the interstitial zone of Lake Baikal, Russia, are described from numerous females and males. Theristus tsalolikhini sp. n. is similar to…
The species composition and distribution of free-living nematodes (Nematoda) in an area of natural oil and gas seeps in Lake Baikal
The maximal values of Nematode population density and maximum proportion of nematodes in the meiozoobenthos were recorded in areas directly adjacent to oil seeps.
Meiobenthos composition and structure in highly mineralized tributaries of Lake El’ton
The meiobenthos of six tributaries of the hypergaline Lake El’ton (the Volgograd region) in the low-flow period (August) has been researched for the first time and the tendency of the species richness to decrease with increasing mineralization from the mesoto eu- andhypergaline level was observed.
Paramononchus orientalis sp. n. and Ethmolaimus maximus sp. n. (Nematoda) from Lake Baikal, Russia
Two nematode species found in Lake Baikal, Russia are described and a key for the identification of valid species of the genus Paramononchus is given.