Электронная библиотека (репозиторий) Томского государственного университета
Kuranova, Valentina N.

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Source: Biodiversity data journal. 2022. Vol. 10. P. e82436 (1-19)
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2022
Description: West Siberia is a large region in North Eurasia, which harbours multiple climatic zones, landscape types and biomes. Its amphibian fauna is characterised by a combination of European and Asian species ... More
Source: International Academic Conference on Herpetological Biodiversity and Conservation in Eurasia & 2021 Annual Academic Conference of Chinese Herpetological Society, Chengdu, China, 2nd - 5th November, 2021. [S. l.], 2021. P. 74-76
Type: статьи в сборниках
Date: 2021
Description: West Siberia is a vast area in North Eurasia lying between the Ural Mountains and the Yenisei River. Its area is more than 2.4 million sq. km. West Siberia extends almost 3,000 km from north to south ... More
Source: Ecology and evolution. 2020. Vol. 10, № 11. P. 4531-4561
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2020
Description: Reproductive mode, ancestry, and climate are hypothesized to determine body size variation in reptiles but their effects have rarely been estimated simultaneously, especially at the intraspecific leve ... More
Source: Russian journal of herpetology. 2019. Vol. 26, № 2. P. 98-106
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2019
Description: Unraveling morphological and chemical features of the eggs’ jelly layers and other clutch elements, formed by the oviduct of a female, is necessary for the understanding of reproductive adaptation in ... More
Source: Salamandra. 2017. Vol. 53, № 1. P. 66-76
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2017
Description: Spermatogenic cycles of hynobiid salamanders are interesting for the study of male reproductive adaptations in amphibians living under different environmental conditions. In order to detect the main d ... More
Source: Asian herpetological research. 2015. Vol. 6, № 3. P. 169-183
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2015
Description: It is not well known how low temperatures, like a subarctic steppe–tundra climate, influence reproductive traits of ectothermic vertebrates. To begin answering this question, we studied male and femal ... More
Source: International journal of environmental studies. 2015. Vol. 72, № 3. P. 536-546
Type: статьи в журналах
Date: 2015
Description: The paper describes the 300-year history of studying the terrestrial vertebrates in the Ob basin and the current state of researches into amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. We examine the role o ... More
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