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 Nematodes

Belonging to Ecdysozoa (molting animals), nematodes are thought to have arisen during so called ‘Cambrian explosion’. This suggests that they not only must have survived most of the mass extinction events, but also that the 500 million years of evolution allowed them to successfully inhabit various terrestrial, freshwater and marine habitats on all continents. Being so ubiquitous, nematodes have developed series of environmental adaptations and biological relations with other organisms, ranging from those as simple as bacteria to those as complicated as higher animals. Although the majority of nematode species are free-living (in soils and aquatic sediments, feeding on bacteria, algae, protozoa, fungi or other nematodes and contributing to the nutrient cycle), so far mostly the parasitic ones draw scientists biggest attention. Nematode parasites of man and domestic animals are still serious health concern, especially in third-world countries. Whereas, group of plant parasitic nematodes being able to infect almost all domesticated plants, cause billions of dollar crop losses worldwide.

 

Scientific interests

I am a nematologist with a background in molecular biology and horticulture. Analyzes of nematode genomic sequences on the one hand help me to understand relations between particular nematode groups and their evolutionary history (especially the subject of the origins of plant parasitism) and on the other, allow to design systems for their detection. I am currently involved in studies on nematode representatives from families like Meloidogynidae, Hoplolaimidae, Anguinidae and Trichodoridae.

 

Research projects

2016 -

"Soil nematodes of Namibia - species characteristics and  optimization of  DNA isolation methods for formalin treated specimens" (Museum and Institute of Zoology PAS)

2012 – 2016

"Development of innovative methods for rapid identification of nematodes that cause damage to the economy" (Museum and Institute of Zoology PAS)

2007 – 2013

"Phylogenetic relationships within major nematode clades based on multiple molecular markers” (PhD thesis, Wageningen University) 

2006 – 2007

“The development and the validation of family specific, DNA barcode-based detection of stress sensitive nematode families“ (Wageningen University)

2005 – 2006

“Ribosomal DNA-based detection of the root-knot nematode species Meloidogyne naasi and M. minor“(Wageningen University)

2004 – 2006

“Construction of transgenic tomatoes var. Micro-Tom with silencedcytochrome P450 gene“ (Project concerned a functional investigation of plant genes involved in responses to nematode infection; Warsaw University of Life Sciences)

 

Workshops

During workshops organized by the Nematology Training Centre of the Institute , I explain how different molecular techniques can be applied in detection of economically important plant parasitic nematode species.

 

Publications

Feel free to get familiar with my published work and visit my Google Scholar or Research Gate profile.

 

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  Main research interest: behavioural ecology of ants

  • Individualism in ants
  • Behavioural adaptations of subordinate species
  • Thermal risk in foraging
  • Ants in urban environment

 

   PhD - Rozprawa doktorska. Plasticity of competitive strategy of the ant Formica sanguinea - Plastyczność strategii konkurencyjnej mrówki Formica sanguinea [POL]

   PhD - Summary [ENG]

 

Publications

  • Ślipiński P. 2016. Temperature related foraging risk in temperate climate ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). North-Western Journal of Zoology 2016: e161101 [ACCEPTED]
 
  • Witek M., Ślipiński P., Trigos Peral G., Csata E. 2016. Consequences of the arms race between Maculinea teleius social parasite and Myrmica host ants for myrmecophilous butterfly conservation. Journal of Insect Conservation 20: 887–893.
  • Panagiotopoulou H., Baca M., Baca K., Sienkiewicz P., Ślipiński P., Żmihorski M. 2016. Genetic identification of a non-native species introgression into wild population of the field cricket Gryllus campestris (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) in Central Europe. European Journal of Entomology 113: 446-455.
 
  • Trigos Peral G., Markó B., Babik H., Tăuşan I., Maák I., Pálfi Z., Ślipiński P., Czekes Z., Czechowski W. 2016. Differential impact of two dominant Formica ant species (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) on subordinates in temperate Europe. Journal of Hymenoptera Research 50: 97-116.
 
  • Ślipiński P., Żmihorski M. 2016. Changes in the speed of ants as a result of aggressive interactions. Insect Science 00, 1–11, DOI 10.1111/1744-7917.1235
 
  • Żmihorski M., Ślipiński P. 2016. The importance of diurnal and nocturnal activity and interspecific interactions for space use by ants in clear-cuts. Ecological Entomology 41: 276–283.
 
  • Witek M., Ślipiński P., Naumiec K., Krupski A., Babik H., Walter B., Symonowicz B., Dubiec A. 2016. Performance of Myrmica ant colonies is correlated with the presence of social parasites. Ecological Entomology 41: 284–291.
 
  • Ślipiński P., Pomorski J. J., Kowalewska K. 2015. Heat shock proteins expression during thermal risk exposure in the xerothermic ant Formica cinerea. Sociobiology 62: 457-459.
 
  • Supplementary materials; Ślipiński P., Pomorski J. J., Kowalewska K. 2015. Heat shock proteins expression during thermal risk exposure in the xerothermic ant Formica cinerea. Sociobiology 62: 457-459.
 
  • Ślipiński P., Czechowski W., Markó B., Rzeszowski K., Babik H. 2014. Lasius fuliginosus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) shapes local ant assemblages. North-Western Journal of Zoology 10: 404-412.
 
  • Maák I., Markó B., Erős K., Babik H., Ślipiński P., Czechowski W. 2014. Cues or meaningless objects? Differential responses of the ant Formica cinerea to corpses of competitors and enslavers. Animal Behaviour 91: 53-59.
 
  • Czechowski W., Markó B., Radchenko A., Ślipiński P. 2013. Long-term partitioning of space between two territorial species of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and their effect on subordinate species. European Journal of Entomology 110: 327-337.
 
  • Ślipiński P., Żmihorski M., Czechowski W. 2012. Species diversity and nestedness of ant assemblages in an urban environment. European Journal of Entomology 109: 197-206.
 
  • Ślipiński P., Markó B., Czechowski W., Włodarczyk T. 2011. Space use in Formica sanguinea - my territory my kingdom? Entomologica Romanica 16.
 
  • Draber-Mońko A., Malewski T, Pomorski J., Łoś M., Ślipiński P. 2009. On the morphology and mitochondrial DNA barcoding of the flesh fly Sarcophaga (Liopygia) argyrostoma (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830) (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) – an importand species in forensic entomology. Annales Zoologici 59: 465-493.

 

 

  • Czechowski W., Radchenko A., Ślipiński P. 2008. An unusual worker morph of Myrmica rugulosa Nyl. (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). North-Western Journal of Zoology 4 (1): 42-49.

 

  • Czechowski W., Ślipiński P. 2008. No Lasius platythorax Seifert (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in the urban greenery of Warsaw? Polish Journal of Ecology 56 (3): 541-544.
   

 

Other Publications

  1. Ślipiński P. 2015. Hunowie świata owadów. Wiedza i Życie 6: 60-63.
  2. Ślipiński P. 2014. Inżynierowie ekstremalni. Wiedza i Życie 7: 42-47.
  3. Ślipiński P. 2013. Ostateczny superorganizm. Wiedza i Życie 1: 50-55.
  4. Ślipiński P. 2012. Mrówki z rolniczym zacięciem. National Geographic Polska 11: 20-23.
  5. Ślipiński P. 2011. Rajd po niewloników. Wiedza i Życie. 11: 32-34.
  6. Ślipiński P. 2011. Cukier za Ochronę. Wiedza i Życie. 7: 58-59.
  7. Ślipiński P. 2010. Przyroda. National Geographic Polska 6: 28.
  8. Ślipiński P. 2010. Przyroda. National Geographic Polska 10: 24–25.
  9. Ślipiński P. 2009. Przyroda. National Geographic Polska 4.
  10. Ślipiński P. 2006. Żółw Błotny. Poznajmy Las 4: 14-16.

 

 

Conference presentations

  1. Ślipiński P., Żmihorski M.: „Variation in workers velocity during interactions". 6th Central European Workshop of Myrmecology" CEWM 2915. Debrecen, Hungary, 24-27.07.2015.
  2. Ślipiński P., Żmihorski M.: „Differences in behaviour of a subordinate ant species during interactions with the aggressive dominant”. Workshop of social evolution. Heishiding, China, 29.06.-4.07.2014.
  3. Ślipiński P.: „Świat mrówek”. Centrum Edukacji Leśnej, Nadleśnictwo Celestynów, Poland, 20.04.2013.
  4. Ślipiński P. Balint M., Czechowski W., Włodarczyk T.: „Space use in Formica sanguinea – My territory my kingdom?”. 4th Central European Workshop of Myrmecology, Cluj-Napoca, Rumunia, 15-19.09.2011.
  5. Ślipiński P.: Presja urbanizacyjna a zbiorowiska mrówek (referat). XVII Sympozjum Sekcji Hymenopterologicznej Polskiego Towarzystwa Entomologicznego, Ojców, 10–11.05.2010.
  6. Ślipiński P.: Lasius neglectus – inwazyjny gatunek mrówki w Europie; rozmieszczenie, elementy biologii, cechy charakterystyczne (referat). Konferencja: XVI Sympozjum Sekcji Hymenopterologicznej Polskiego Towarzystwa Entomologicznego, Ojców, 11–12.05.2009.
  7. Ślipiński P.: Reverse engineering in biology –  not only a digital platform. Tematyka: Polish – German – Portuguese EU – Grant Application Project (FP 7, FP 8). Action Plan for a Joint EU Research Proposal. First Joint Cooperation Workshop “Biodiversity – Patterns, Processes, Conservation”. Warszawa, Polska, 9–13.11.2009.
  8. Bogdanowicz W., Ślipiński P.: Copernicus tomb mystery. Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig. Bonn, Niemcy, 10.12.2009.

Posters

  1. Ślipiński P., Czechowski W., Żmihorski M.Species diversity of ant assemblages in urban environment”. 4th Central European Workshop of Myrmecology, Cluj-Napoca, Rumunia, 15-19.09.2011.

 

Interviews

  1. Newsweek (1)
  2. Polska The Times  (2)
  3. Dziennik (1)

 

Research depatures

  1. Rumunia: Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj - Napoca, 21–30.07.2014. Research departure.
  2. Bulgaria: Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research, Sofia, 20–29.09.2013. Research departure.
  3. Romania: Babes-Bolyai University Faculty of Biology, 15–27.09.2011. Research departure.
  4. Romania: Babes-Bolyai University Faculty of Biology, 14–25.06.2010. Research departure.
  5. Romania: Babes-Bolyai University Faculty of Biology, 1–7.09.2009. Research departure.
  6. Finland: Tvärminne Zoological Station – University of Helsinki, 08–22.06.2009. Research departure.
  7. Romania: Babes-Bolyai University Faculty of Biology, 7-20.07.2008. Research departure.

 

   
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Nature Macrophotography

 

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 Main Research Interest

  •  social parasitism in ants
  •  myrmecophily
  •  interactions between ants and fungi
  •  ant biodiversity
  •  division of labour in social insects
  •  development of personality in ants

 

 

Current projects

  • Susceptibility of ant colonies for social parasitism and the impact of social parasites on host colony fitness (NCN: UMO-2012/04/S/NZ8/00218). In this project I study the effect of social parasites on ant colony fitness and arm race between Myrmica host ants and their social parasites Maculinea butterflies. I also try to look which ant colony traits can make them more prone for social parasitism.
  • Influence of goldenrod invasion on Myrmica ant colony life history traits.
  • Relationship between Myrmica ants and their parasitic fungus Rickia wasmannii.
  • Studies on inquiline social parasite- Myrmica karavajevi.

 

Publications

Sielezniew M., Patricelli D., Rutkowski R., Witek M., Bonelli S., Buś M.M. 2015. Population genetics of the endangered obligatorily myrmecophilous butterfly Phengaris (= Maculinea) arion in two areas of its European range. Insect Conservation and Diversity doi: 10.1111/icad.12129.

 

Witek M,Barbero F., Marko B.(2014) Myrmica ants host highly diverse parasitic communities: from social parasites to microbes. Insectes Sociaux, 61: 307-323.

 

Kajzer-Bonk J., Nowicki P., Bonk M., Skórka P., Witek M., Woyciechowski M. (2013). Local populations of endangered Maculinea (Phengaris) butterflies are flood resistant. Journal of Insect Conservation 17: 1105-1112.

 

Bonelli S., Vrabec V., Witek M., Barbero F., Patricelli D., Nowicki P. (2013) Selection on dispersal in isolated butterfly metapopulations. Population Ecology 55: 469-478.

 

Lenda M., Witek M., Skórka P, Moroń D, Woyciechowski M. (2013) Invasive alien plants affect grassland ant communities, colony size and foraging behavior. Biological Invasions, 15: 2403-2414.

 

Skórka P., Nowicki P., Kudłek J., Pępkowska A., Śliwińska E.B., Witek M., Settele J., Woyciechowski M. (2013) Movements and flight morphology in the endangered Large Blue butterflies. Central European Journal of Biology, 8: 662-669.

 

Skórka P., Nowicki P., Lenda M., Witek M., Śliwińska E.B., Settele J., Woyciechowski M. (2013) Different flight behaviour of the endangered scarce large blue butterfly Phengaris teleius (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) within and outside its habitat patches. Landscape Ecology, 28: 533-546.

 

Witek M., Casacci L.P., Barbero F., Patricelli D., Sala M., Bossi S., Maffei M., Woyciechowski M., Baletto E., Bonelli S. (2013) Interspecific relationships in co-occurring populations of social parasites and their host ants. Biological Journal of Linnean Society 109: 699-709.

 

Patricelli D., Sielezniew M., Ponikwicka-Tyszko D., Ratkiewicz M., Bonelli S., Barbero F., Witek M., Bus M., Rutkowski R., Balletto E. (2013) Contrasting genetic structure of rear edge and continuous range populations of a parasitic butterfly infected by Wolbachia. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 13, article number 14. 

 

Witek M., Babik H., Czechowski W., Czechowska W. 2013. Myrmica karavajevi (Arn.) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Poland: a species not as rare as it is thought to be? Fragmenta Faunistica, 56: 17–24.

 

Barbero F., Patricelli D., Witek M., Balletto E., Casacci P.L., Sala M., Bonelli S. (2012) Myrmica ants and their butterfly parasites with special focus on the acoustic communication Psyche special issue -Ants and their parasites, 2012: 11pp.

 

de Assis R.A., Bonelli S., Witek M.,  Barbero F., Casacci L.P., Balletto E., Venturino E., Ferreira W.C. (2012) A model for the evolution of parasite-host interactions based on the Maculinea-Myrmica system: Numerical simulations and multiple host behavior. Nonlinear Analysis-Real World Applications, 13: 1507-1524.

 

Witek M., Canterino S., Balletto E., Bonelli S. (2012) Life cycle and growth pattern of the endangered myrmecophilous Microdon myrmicae (Diptera: Syrphidae). European Journal of Entomology, 109 (3): 457-461.

 

Bonelli S., Barbero F., Casacci L.P., Cerrato C., Patricelli D., Vovlas A., Witek M., Balletto E. (2011) Butterfly diversity in a changing scenario. In: Changing diversity in changing environment, Eds. By Grill O, (Belgdar, INTECH Open Access Publisher), 99-132.

 

Particelli D., Barbero F., La Morgia V., Casacci L.P., Witek M., Balletto E., Bonelli S. (2011) To lay or not to lay: oviposition of Maculinea arion in relation to Myrmica ant presence and host plant phenology. Animal Behaviour, 82: 791-799.

 

Witek M., Skórka P., Śliwinska B.E., Nowicki P., Moroń D., Settele J., Woyciechowski M. (2011) Development of parasitc Maculinea teleius (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae) in laboratory nests of four Myrmica ant host species. Insectes Sociaux, 58: 403-411.

 

Bonelli S., Witek M., Canterino S., Sielezniew M., Stankiewicz-Fiedurek A., Tartally A., Balletto E., Schӧnrogge K. (2011) Distribution, host specificity and the potential for cryptic speciation in hoverfly Microdon myrmicae (Diptera: Syrphidae), a social parasite of Myrmica ants. Ecological Entomology, 36: 135-143.

 

Witek M., Particelli D., Casacci L.P., Barbero F., Balletto E., Bonelli S. (2011) Notes on the biology and host ant specificity of the myrmecohhilous syrphis fly Microdon major (Diptera: Syrphidae), a social parasite of Formica ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Sociobiology, 57: 261-269.

 

Casacci L.P., Witek M., Barbero F, Patricelli D., Solazzo, G., Balletto E., Bonelli S. (2011) Habitat preferences of Maculinea arion and its Myrmica host ants: implications for habitat management in Italian Alps. Journal of Insect Conservation, 15 (1-2): 103-110.

 

Witek M., Nowicki P., Śliwinska B.E., Skórka P, Settele J, Schӧnrogge K, Woyciechowski M. (2010) Local host ant specificity of Phengaris (Maculinea) teleius butterfly, an obligatory social parasite of Myrmica ants. Ecological Entomology, 35: 557-564.

 

 

Patricelli D., Witek M., Barbero F., Casacci L.P., Bonelli S., Balletto E. (2010) Evidence

of high larval host ant specificity in the first post adoption phase for the myrmecophilous

butterfly Phengaris (Maculinea) nausithous (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Sociobiology, 55

(3): 861-870.

 

Sielezniew, M., Patricelli D., Dziekańska I., Barbero F., Casacci L.P., Witek M.,

Balletto E., Bonelli S. (2010) The first record of M. lonae (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) as a host of socially parasitic Blue butterfly Phengaris (Maculinea) arion. Sociobiology, 56(2): 465-475.

 

Witek M., Śliwińska E. B., Skórka P., Nowicki P., Wantuch M., Vrabec V., Settele J.,

Woyciechowski M. (2008). Host ant specificity of Large Blue butterflies Phengaris

(Maculinea) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) inhabiting humid grasslands of East-central

Europe. European Journal of Entomology, 105: 871 – 877.

 

Śliwińska E. B., Witek M., Skórka P., Osikowski A., Woyciechowski M. (2008). The

frequency of multiple paternity in Myrmica scabrinodis from southern Poland.

Entomological Science, 11, 127-129.

 

Moron D., Witek M., Woyciechowski M. (2008). Division of labour among workers

with different life expectancy in ant Myrmica scabrinodis. Animal Behaviour, 75, 345-

350.

 

Nowicki P, Pępkowska A, Kudłek J, Skórka P, Witek M, Settele J, Woyciechowski, M.

(2007). From metapopulation theory to conservation recommendations: lessons from spatial occurrence and abundance patterns of Maculinea butterflies. Biological Conservation, 140 (2), 119-129.

 

Witek M., Śliwinska E., Skórka P., Nowicki P., Settele J., Woyciechowski M (2006)

Polymorphic growth in larvae of Maculinea butterflies, as an example of biennialism in

myrmecophilous insects. Oecologia, 148, 729-733

 

Skórka P., Witek M., Woyciechowski M (2006) A simple and nondestructive method

for estimation of worker population size in Myrmica ant nests. Insectes Sociaux, 53: 97-

100.

 

Śliwinska, E.B., Nowicki, P., Nash, D.R., Witek, M., Settele, J &Woyciechowski, M (2006) Morphology of caterpillars and pupae of European Maculinea species (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) with an identification table. Entomologica Fennica, 17: 351-358.

 

Nowicki P., Witek M., Skórka P., Woyciechowski M (2005) Oviposition patterns in

the myrmecophilous butterfly Maculinea alcon in relation to characteristic of foodplants

and presence of ant hosts. Polish Journal of Ecology, 53 (3): 409-417.

 

Nowicki P., Witek M., Skórka P., Woyciechowski M., Settele J (2005) Population

ecology of endangered butterflies Maculinea teleius and M. nausithous, and its

conservation implications. Population Ecology, 47 (3): 193-202. 

 

Dubiec A., Witek M., Cichoń M. (2005) Seasonal decline in leukocyte concentration

and reproductive output in female Great Tits. The Auk, 122 (3): 829-834.

Monika Patrzyk

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Phone: +48(22) 629 32 21, wew. 156

Research interests:

population genetics

 

Research projects:

  • 2016 – prezent

Conducting genetic research within the framework of  “Stabilization of the deer population in Bory Stobrawskie based on transplantation from the Kluczbork forest district `s  breeding “

  • 2013-2015

Study of morphological and metabolic changes accompanying the cell death induced by kinetin within the framework of “Characterisation of some metabolism components accompanying cell death induced by kinetin in 2-cm root apical fragments of Vicia faba ssp. minor seedlings

 

 

 

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Main research interest: Biodiversity

Taxonomy of ants

Ants biodiversity research

Urban Ecology of ants

Ants as bioindicator group in natural and urban environments

Research:

PhD thesis: “Role Of Urban Green Spaces In Global Strategies Of Conservation Using Ants As Bioindicators”

Master thesis: “First checklist of the ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) of Campillos Lagoons Nature Reserve (Malaga)”

Conference presentations

Trigos Peral G & Reyes-López JL (September, 2013). Formícidos del Campus de Rabanales de la Universidad de Córdoba (Andalucía, España). Póster. Sevilla, España.

Trigos Peral G, Reyes-López JL & Witek M (March, 2015). First list of ants of Natural Park of Sierra Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama (Andalusia, Spain): A new environment to discover. Póster. Lichtenfels, Germany.

Trigos Peral G, Babik H, Grzés I, Morón D, Casacci LP, Walter B, Ślipiński P, Witek M (March, 2013). Influence of goldenrod invasion on ant species diversity and colony life history traits. Ponencia. Lichtenfels, Germany.

Trigos Peral G & Reyes-López JL (August, 2015). Ants in urban green: Their relationship with the environment in a 10-year study in the south of the Iberian Peninsula. Ponencia. Debrecen, Hungary.

 

Nietoperz

research interests:

Taxonomy, zoogeography, faunology, ecology;

bats, bat flies, butterflies, birds;

Poland, western Palearctic

 

actual projects:

Bats of Albania

Spatio-temporal dynamics of Pipistrellus kuhlii sensu lato expansion in central Europe

 

recent papers and books:

Sachanowicz K., Stępień A., Ciechanowski M. 2014. Prevalence and phenology of white-nose syndrome fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans in bats from Poland. Central European Journal of Biology 9: 437–443.

Sachanowicz K. 2013. Separation possibilities and genital measurement variations in two cryptic species of European pierid butterflies, Leptidea juvernica Williams, 1946 and L. sinapis (Linnaeus, 1758). Zoology 116: 215–223.

Sachanowicz K., Wower A. 2013. Assemblage structure and use of anthropogenic roosts by bats in the Eastern Carpathians: Case study in the Bieszczady National Park (SE Poland). Italian Journal of Zoology 80: 139–148.

Sachanowicz K., Mleczek T., Gottfried T., Ignaczak M., Piksa K., Piskorski M. 2012. Winter records of Myotis alcathoe in southern Poland and comments on identification of the species during hibernation. Acta zoologica cracoviensia 55: 97–101.   

Krištofík J., Piksa K., Sachanowicz K. 2012. Two spinturnicid mites new to the fauna of Poland (Acari: Spinturnicidae). Polish Journal of Entomology 81: 101–106.

Sachanowicz K., Wower A. 2011. Poznajemy i chronimy nietoperze w miastach konurbacji śląsko-dąbrowskiej. Centrum Dziedzictwa Przyrody Górnego Śląska, Katowice, 32 s.

Sachanowicz K., Wower A., Buszko J. 2011. Past and present distribution of the cryptic species Leptidea sinapis and L. reali (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) in Poland and its implications for the conservation of these butterflies. European Journal of Entomology 108: 235–242. 

Bashta A.-T., Piskorski M., Mysłajek R. W., Tereba A., Kurek K., Sachanowicz K. 2011. Myotis alcathoe in Poland and Ukraine: New data on its status and habitat in Central Europe. Folia Zoologica 60: 1–4.

Sachanowicz K. 2010. Nietoperze Europy Centralnej i Bałkanów. Przewodnik fotograficzny [Bats of central Europe and the Balkans. A photographic guide]. Nyctalus, Wrocław, 128 pp.

Sanderson F. J., Kloch A., Sachanowicz K., Donald P. F. 2009. Predicting the effects of agricultural change on farmland bird populations in Poland. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 129: 37–42.

 

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Zainteresowania:

Kopalny DNA, genetyka populacyjna człowieka, archeogenetyka, antropologia

 

Wykształcenie:

2011-2014 studia doktoranckie i stopień naukowy doktora – School of Biological Sciences, University of Sydney

2007-2009 studia magisterskie i dyplom magistra – Instytut Genetyki i Biotechnologii, Wydział Biologii, Uniwersytet Warszawski

2004-2007 studia licencjackie i dyplom licencjata – Instytut Genetyki i Biotechnologii, Wydział Biologii, Uniwersytet Warszawski

 

Strona www  / Homepage 

Lista publikacji naukowych / Publications


 

Research interests

Keywords: entomology, taxonomy, phylogenetics, cladistics, biogeography, Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae, Platynotina, Opatrina.

Current research projects

Systematic revision and phylogeny of the genus Anchophthalmus Gerstaecker, 1854 (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae, Platynotina).

 

List of publications

Łopucki R., Szymroszczyk P. 2003. Recognition of interspecific familiar versus unfamiliar odours among bank voles and yellow-necked mice. Acta Theriologica 48(2): 167-176.

Iwan D., Schimrosczyk D. 2007. Blenosia Uhligi and Planostibes Jaegeri, Two New Species from Southern Africa (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Opatrina). Annales Zoologici 57(4): 741-750.

Iwan D., Schimrosczyk D. 2008. Description of the larva of Anchophthalmus Gerstaecker, 1854. African Entomology 16(2): 287-295.

Iwan D., Schimrosczyk D. 2009. Catalogue of the World Stizopina (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Opatrini). Annales Zoologici 59(2): 259-280.

Iwan D., Schimrosczyk D. 2009. Planostibes medvedevi, new species of stizopoid group (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Stizopina) from Namibia. Caucasian Entomological Bull. 5(2): 237-240.

Schimrosczyk D. 2010. Anchophthalmus muelleri, a new species from Tanzania (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Platynotina). Annales Zoologici 60(2): 239-244.

Iwan D., Schimrosczyk D. 2011. Two New Species of Microstizopus Koch, 1963 from South Africa (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae, Opatrina). Spec. Publ. Jpn. Soc. Scarabaeoidology (1): 293-300.

Iwan D., Szymroszczyk P. 2011. Tajemnica zbioru entomologicznego Wojciecha Mączyńskiego, pp. 13-40. In: Matyjasiak P., Romanowski J. (eds.). Wisła jako warsztat badawczy biologów. Wydawnictwo UKSW, Warszawa, 214 pp.

Iwan D., Schimrosczyk D. 2013. A second species of the genus Helibatus Mulsant & Rey, 1859 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Opatrina). Zootaxa 3626(4): 569-575.

Iwan D., Schimrosczyk D. 2015. Revision of the stizopoid genus Crististibes Koch, 1963 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Opatrini). Annales Zoologici 65(4): 551-566.

Schimrosczyk D., Iwan D., 2016. The stizopoid genus Planostibes Gemminger et Harold, 1870 (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae, Opatrini). Annales Zoologici 66(1): 131-153.

Schimrosczyk D. 2017. Taxonomy of the genus Blacodatus Koch, 1963 with description of a new species from South Africa (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Opatrini). Annales Zoologici 67(2): 369-382.

Iwan D., Schimrosczyk D. 2017. Species groups in the genus Parastizopus Gebien, 1938 (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae). Annales Zoologici 67(2): 383-404.

 

dr Hanna Panagiotopoulou

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Tel. 22 629 32 21, wew. 156

Research interests:

Conservation and population genetics, genetic research on sturgeon, ancient DNA

Publications:

  1. Panagiotopoulou H, Austin JD, Zalewska K, Gonciarz M, Czarnogórska K, Gawor J, Weglenski P, Popovic D (2017) Microsatellite Mutation Rate in Atlantic Sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus). Journal of Heredity (in press).

  2. Adamek D, Rzepkowska M, Panagiotopoulou H, Ostaszewska T, Kamaszewski M, Kolman R, Fajkowska M (2017) Morphological differences of white muscle fibers and genetic diversity of fast and slow growing Atlantic sturgeons (Acipenser oxyrinchus). Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, in press.

  3. Panagiotopoulou H, Baca M, Baca K, Sienkiewicz P, Ślipiński P, Żmihorski M (2016) Genetic identification of a non-native species introgression into wild population of the field cricket Gryllus campestris (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) in Central Europe. European Journal of Entomology 113: 446–455.

  4. Krajcarz M, Makowiecki D, Krajcarz MT, Masłowska A, Baca M, Panagiotopoulou H, Romańska A, Bednarczyk J, Gręzak A, Sudoł M (2015) On the trail of the oldest domestic cat in Poland. An insight from morphometry, ancient DNA and radiocarbon Datong International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. DOI: 10.1002/oa.2471.

  5. Popovic D, Baca M i Panagiotopoulou H (2015) Complete mitochondrial genome sequences of Atlantic sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus, Gulf sturgeon, A. o. desotoi and European sturgeon A. sturio (Acipenseriformes: Acipenseridae) obtained through next generation sequencing. Mitochondrial DNA, 28:1-3.

  6. Panagiotopoulou H, Baca M, Baca K, Stankovic A i Żmihorski M (2015) Optimization and validation of a multiplex assay for microsatellite loci analysis in the field cricket, Gryllus campestris (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology 18, 421–424.

  7. Panagiotopoulou H, Popovic D, Kleszcz S, Stankovic A (2014) Ocena zmienności genetycznej narybku certy użytego do zarybień dorzecza Wisłoki. Conference materials „Wylęgarnia 2014”: „Wylęgarnictwo organizmów wodnych a bioróżnorodność” eds. Z. Zakęś, K. Demska-Zakęś, A. Kowalskiej, Olsztyn 2014; 89-103.

  8. Panagiotopoulou H, Popovic D, K Zalewska, P Weglenski, Stankovic A (2014) Microsatellite multiplex assay for the analysis of Atlantic sturgeon populations. Journal of Applied Genetics, 55, 505–510.

  9. Popović D, Panagiotopoulou H, Baca M, Stefaniak K, Mackiewicz P, Makowiecki D, King TL, Gruchota J, Weglenski P, Stankovic A (2014) The history of sturgeon in the Baltic Sea. Journal of Biogeography, 41 (8), 1590–1602.

  10. Panagiotopoulou H, Baca M, Popovic D, Weglenski P, Stankovic A (2014) A PCR-RFLP based test for distinguishing European and Atlantic sturgeons. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 30, 14–17.

  11. Popovic D, Panagiotopoulou H, Kleszcz M, Baca M, Rutkowski R, Heese T, Weglenski P, Stankovic A (2013) Restitution of vimba (Vimba vimba, Cyprinidae) in Poland: genetic variability of existing and restored populations. Ichthyological Research, 60 (2), 149-158.

  12. Galimova DN, Popović D, Panagiotopoulou H, Askeyev IV, Askeyev OV (2013) Preliminary Results Of Ancient DNA Analysis Of Fish Remains From Archaeological Sites. The Third Russian Scientific Conference with International Participation. The dynamics of modern ecosystems in the Holocen, Kazan, Tatarstan Republic, Russia. Conference materials.

  13. Panagiotopoulou H, Popovic D, Stankovic A, Kolman R, Raczkowski M i Szczepkowski M (2012) Badania genetyczne biologicznego materiału wyjściowego do prac nad restytucją jesiotra bałtyckiego (Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus Mitchill) w Polsce. Komunikaty Rybackie 6 (131), 15-18.

  14. Ławicki Ł, Panagiotopoulou H i Żmihorski M (2010) Występowanie gniewosza plamistego (Coronella austriaca Laurenti, 1768) w Dolinie Dolnej Odry. Chrońmy Przyr. Ojcz. 67 (5): 466–473.

  15. Kozakiewicz, M., Gortat, T., Panagiotopoulou, H., Gryczyńska – Siemiątkowska, A., Rutkowski, R., Kozakiewicz, A. and Abramowicz, K. (2009) Genetic spatial structure of two rodent species: bank vole (Myodes glareolus) and yellow-necked mouse (Apodemus flavicollis) – the role of distance and habitat barriers. Animal Biology 59 (2), 169-187.

  16. Popovic D, Panagiotopoulou H, Gruchota J, Makowiecki D, Węgleński P and Stankovic A, (2008). Program restytucji jesiotra w Polsce w oparciu o analizy antycznego DNA. Instytut Rybactwa Śródlądowego w Olsztynie, eds..  R. Kolmana i A. Kapusty, ISBN 978-83-60111-25-3, 203-210.

  17. Stanković A, Panagiotopoulou H, Węgleński P and Popović D (2007) Badania genetyczne nad jesiotrem w związku z programem jego restytucji w wodach Polski. Instytut Rybactwa Śródlądowego w Olsztynie, eds.. R. Kolmana, ISBN 978-83-60111-14-7, 21-23.

Popular science articles:

  1. Kaczmarczyk P i Panagiotopoulou H (2014) Certa - ryba niezwykła. Biologia w szkole, Czasopismo dla nauczycieli, April, 2, 26-32.

  2. Popović D i Panagiotopoulou H (2010) Markery genetyczne w ekologii molekularnej. Praca przeglądowa. Biologia w szkole. Czasopismo dla nauczycieli, July/August, 4, 324 (LXIII), 39-46.

  3. Michalska-Parda A i Panagiotopoulou H (2010) CSI w ekologii, czyli jak śledzić, przewidywać i wpływać na losy gatunków. Biologia w szkole, Czasopismo dla nauczycieli, Mai/June, 323 (LXIII), 5-18.

  4. Popovic D i Panagiotopoulou H (2008) Genetyczne podstawy restytucji jesiotra w Polsce. Biologia w szkole, czasopismo dla nauczycieli, March/April, 311 (2). Biologia w szkole. Czasopismo dla nauczycieli.

 

Research projects:

2011-2015      Grant KBN NR N N304 174140 regarding the Phylogeographic analysis of the European and Atlantic sturgeon in Europe and North America. Head of the Project.

2011-2014      Project POIS-05.02.00-00-182/09-00 regarding restoration of the Wisłoka’s River and its tributaries ecological corridor patency. Contractor.

2010-2015      Grant MNiSW NR 12012910 regarding the modern technologies in sturgeons rearing. Contractor.

2010-2015      Grant ZPB/62/72380/IT2/10 regarding genetic analysis of commercially important fish species in context of their population recovery in Polish waters. Contractor.

2009-2013      Grant KBN NN304 145537 regarding the Genetic, behavioral and morphologic consequences of clear-cuts colonization by the typical open habitat species – field cricket. Contractor.

2007-2014      Project finance by the UE „Fish 2007-2013” regarding the optimization rearing of Atlantic sturgeon and its experimental shocking. Contractor.

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. 2014, Systematic Entomology

Museum and Institute of Zoology 

Polish Academy of Sciences 

Wilcza 64, 00-679, Warsaw, Poland

Member of the Board 

Natura optima duxFoundation 

Wilcza 64, 00-679 Warsaw, Poland

Editor

Annales Zoologici(http://annales.miiz.waw.pl)

Since Vol. 61 No. 1 (2011) 

Contact Information 

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Phone number: 22 629 32 21 

Web pages:http://kaminski.miiz.waw.pl 

http://muzeum.miiz.waw.pl/melambiina/

Background:

My research interests include the systematics and biogeography of darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) – a diverse insect family, estimated to include over 20 000 species worldwide. My previous studies has focused on phylogenetics of Afrotropical Platynotina, especially the Ectateus generic group. Presently I have started a project entitled: “The origin of the amphitropic African disjunction: a case study based on wingless darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Melambiina)”. The main aim of this study is to use the information concerning the evolutionary history of the beetles representing subtribe Melambiina to investigate the factors responsible for creating the remarkable amphitropic African disjunctions in ranges of many groups of plants and animals. On the more methodological side, I am interested in incorporating the microCT methods to phylogenetic studies.

Current research projects:

  • The origin of the amphitropic African disjunction: a case study based on wingless darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Melambiina)
  • Phylogeny and biogeography of the trans-Pacific darkling beetle genus Archaeoglenes Broun, 1893 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)
  • Evolution and zoogeography of Ectateus generic group (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Platynotina).
  • Elytral cavities of tenebrionid beetles - convergence or divergence? MicroCT analysis of the elytral structure (circulatory and tracheal systems).

Grants:

5. MiIZ research grant for PhD students (2014): The usefulness of female terminalia morphology in reconstructing the phylogeny of Opatrini (Spain).

4. Synthesys project (2014): Project: “Phylogeny, biogeography and classification of the Mediterranean genus Litoborus Mulsant et Rey, 1854 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Melambiina)”. ES-TAF-3891 (Spain).

3. MiIZ traveling grant for PhD students (2013): Third Tenebrionoidea Symposium held at Arizona State University during August 2013 (USA).

2. Synthesys project (2013): Phylogeny and historical biogeography of the subtribe Melambiina Mulsant et Rey, 1854 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini). BE-TAF-3122 (Belgium).

1. MiIZ research grant for PhD students (2011): E-catalogue of the subtribe Melambiina. (http://muzeum.miiz.waw.pl/melambiina/).

Summer schools and other courses:

  • Museum Management (2014). Warsaw, Poland.
  • Open access - chance or necessity? Course for scientific journals editors (2013). Warsaw, Poland.
  • Science Journal Editing Guidelines (2013). Warsaw, Poland.
  • EDIT Summer School (2010): Modern Taxonomy and Fieldwork. Madeira, Portugal.
  • Course of writing scientific papers (2010). Białowieża, Poland.
  • EDIT Biological Nomenclature (2010). Paris, France.

Professional Affiliations:

  • The Coleopterists Society (since 2013).

Academic Service:

  • Manuscript Reviewer (2013 - present) – Zookeys, Zootaxa, Journal of the Entomological Research Society, Biodiversity Data Journal
  • Editor for “Coleoptera Poloniae: Tenebrionoidea (Tetratomidae, Melandryidae, Ripiphoridae, Prostomidae, Oedemeridae, Mycteridae, Pythidae, Aderidae, Scraptiidae). Critical checklist, distribution in Poland and meta-analysis” monograph by D. Kubisz, D. Iwan i P. Tykarski.

Presentations:

3. Kamiński, MJ. 2014. Synthesys seminar: Phylogenetic reassessment of the Ectateus generic group (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini). Madrid, Spain.

2. Kamiński, MJ. 2013. Phylogeny, biogeography and generic classification of the Ectateus generic group (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Platynotina). Third Tenebrionoidea Symposium held at Arizona State University.

1. Kamiński, MJ. 2013. Synthesys seminar: Aedeagal Tegmen - A key to the Melambiina phylogeny? Bruxelles, Belgium.

 

Publications:

16. Kamiński, MJ. A cladistically based reinterpretation of the taxonomy of two Afrotropical tenebrionid genera Ectateus Koch, 1956 and Selinus Mulsant et Rey, 1853 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Platynotina). Zookeys, 415: 81–132.

15. Iwan, D et Kamiński, MJ. 2013. Taxonomy of the genus Schelodontes Koch, 1956 with a key to species (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Platynotina). Insect Systematics & Evolution, 45: 159–179.

14. Kamiński, MJ. & Iwan, D. 2013. Catalogue, geographic distribution and ecological niche models of the Afrotropical platynotoid Platynotina (Tenebrionidae: Pedinini). Annales Zoologici 63(4): 653–733.

13. Kamiński, MJ. 2013. A new genus and species of the Afrotropical Platynotina from Tanzania (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini). Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae: 53(2): 703714.

12. Kamiński, MJ. 2013. Taxonomy and distribution of the Afrotropical genus Anchophthalmops Koch, 1956 with a key to species (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini). Zootaxa: 3709: 501523.

11. Raś, M. & Kamiński, MJ. 2013. X-ray microtomography as a tool for taxonomic investigations: prothoracic skeletal structure in some Tenebrionidae (Coleoptera). Annales Zoologici 63(2): 381391.

10. Kamiński, MJ. & Iwan, D. 2013. Taxonomy of the genus Kochogaster Kamiński et Raś, 2011 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini), with description of a second known species. Zootaxa: 3669: 2736.

9. Kamiński, MJ. 2013. Two new species of the Afrotropical genus Quadrideres Koch, 1956 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini), with notes on the interioris species-group. Annales Zoologici 63(1): 8594.

8. Kamiński, MJ. 2012. Taxonomy of the Afrotropical genera Angolositus Koch, 1955 and Pseudoselinus Iwan, 2002 with a key to species (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini). Zootaxa 3500: 4960.

7. Iwan, D., Kamiński, MJ. 2012. Revision of the Malagasy genus Lechius Iwan, 1995 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini). Zootaxa 3399: 2334.

6. Kamiński, MJ. & Ras, M. 2012. Catalogue, geographic distribution and ecological niche modelsof the melanocratoid Platynotina (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini). Annales Zoologici 62(2): 227243.

5. Iwan, D., Kamiński, MJ. & Aalbu R. 2012. A new species of the genus Clastopus Fairmaire, 1898 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini) from Madagascar. Zootaxa 3351: 6068.

4. Kamiński, MJ. & Ras, M. 2011. New status of the genus Ectateus Koch, 1956 with taxonomic notes on the Ectateus generic group (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Platynotina). Annales Zoologici 61(4):647655.

3. Kamiński, MJ. 2011. A new species of Atrocrates Koch, 1956 from South Africa (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Platynotina). Annales Zoologici 61(4):641645.

2. Kamiński, M. 2011. Catalogue of the World Melambiina Mulsant et Rey, 1854 (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae, Pedinini). Annales Zoologici 61(2): 281333.

1. Iwan, D., Kamiński, MJ. & Aalbu, R. 2011. A new genus Microphylacinus and revision of the closely related Phylacinus Fairmaire, 1896 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Pedinini) from Madagascar. Zootaxa: 2913: 115.

 

Resubmitted:

1. Kamiński, MJ. Phylogenetic reassessment and biogeography of the Ectateus generic group (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Platynotina). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.

Submitted manuscripts:

1. Raś, M., Iwan D., & Kamiński, MJ. The Last Breath: A µCT-based method for investigating the tracheal system in Hexapoda. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry.

2. Kamiński, MJ., Byk, A. & Tykarski, P. Seasonal and diel activity of dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea) attracted to European bison dung in Białowieża Primeval Forest. The Coleopterists Bulletin.

Karolina Doan

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Phone: +48(22) 629 32 21, wew. 156

Research interests:

ancient DNA, paleobiology, population genetics, phylogeography

Publications:

  1. Doan K, Mackiewicz P, Sandoval-Castellanos E, Stefaniak K, Ridush B, Dalen L, Węgleński P, Stankovic A (2017) The history of Crimean red deer population and Cervus phylogeography in Eurasia. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, zlx065
  1. Doan K, Zachos FE, Wilkens B, Vigne J-D, Piotrowska N, Stankovic A, Jędrzejewska B, Stefaniak B, Niedziałkowska M (2017) Phylogeography of the Tyrrhenian red deer (Cervus elaphus corsicanus) resolved using ancient DNA of radiocarbon-dated subfossils. Scientific Reports, 7, 2331
  1. Baca M, Doan K, Sobczyk M, Stankovic A, Węgleński P (2012). Ancient DNA reveals kinship burial patterns of a pre-Columbian Andean community. BMC Genetics 13:30 doi:10.1186/1471-2156-13-30
  1. Stankovic A, Doan K, Mackiewicz P, Ridush B, Baca M, Gromadka R, Socha P, Węgleński P, Nadachowski A, Stefaniak K (2011) First ancient DNA sequences of the Late Pleistocene red deer (Cervus elaphus) from the Crimea, Ukraine. Quaternary International, 245, 262-267

 

Research projects:

  • 2016 - present

Social and biological welfare of the children of Wroclaw in the period from Middle Ages till Early Modern time, genetic analysis services for Faculty of Historical and Pedagogical Sciences, University of Wroclaw

  • 2014 - 2016

Genetic diversity and habitat selectivity of red deer (Cervus elaphus) in Europe and Asia in the Late Pleistocene and Holocene, project finance by the National Science Centre, Poland

  • 2011 - 2013

Phylogeography and phylogenetics of red deer (Cervus elaphus) based on ancient DNA analysis from pleistocene subfossils, project financed by Ministry of Sciences and Higher Education, Poland

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Main scientific interests:

  • population genetics
  • philogeography of root voles
  • evolutionary and behavioral ecology
  • kin structure in natural populations
  • mechanisms of inbreeding avoidance

 

Scientific degrees

  • MSc diploma: Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture and Biology, Field of the studybiology, 2005.
  • PhD - Museum and Institute of Zoology Polish Academy of Sciences, October 2010.

Doctoral dissertation entitled “Relatedness, space use strategies and density changes in the population of the root vole Microtus oeconomus”.

 

Research projects:

  • Grant of Museum and Institute of ZoologyPreliminary evaluation of genetic diversity o common toad (Bufobufo) townpopulation.(31.05.2011-15.02.2012) .MIZ PAS Warsaw. Grant of MIZ PAS. Grant manager and performer.
  • Grant of Museum and Institute of Zoology The estimation of mtDNA markers polymorphism in a local population of root voles. (06.05.2011-15.02.2012). MIZ PAS Warsaw. Grant of MIZ PAS. Grant manager and performer.
  • Project number N304346339,Root voles of known lineagegenetic component and other sources of phenotypic diversity estimated with use ofanimal model(20102013). MIZ PAS Warsaw. Grant performer.
  • Project number 2P04F03930Influence of genetic and enviromental factors on life history traits and relatedness among individuals in local population of root voles Microtus oeconomus(finished in 2010). MIZ PAS Warsaw. Grant performer.

 

Selected publications:

  • Dąbrowski, M. J., Bornelöv, S., Kruczyk, M., Baltzer, N., & Komorowski, J. (2015). ‘True’null allele detection in microsatellite loci: a comparison of methods, assessment of difficulties and survey of possible improvements.Molecular ecology resources, 15(3), 477-488. doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.12326.
  • Pilot M, Dąbrowski MJ, Hayrapetyan V, Yavruyan EG, Kopaliani N, et al. (2014) Genetic Variability of the Grey Wolf Canis lupusin the Caucasus in Comparison with Europe and the Middle East: Distinct or Intermediary Population? PLoS ONE 9(4): e93828. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0093828 http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0093828
     
  • Dąbrowski, M. J., Pilot, M., Kruczyk, M., Żmihorski, M., Umer, H. M., & Gliwicz, J. (2014). Reliability assessment of null allele detection: inconsistencies between and within different methods. Molecular Ecology Resources, 14(2), 361-373. doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.12177 
  • Moura A.E., Tsingarska E., Dąbrowski M.J., Czarnomska S.D., Jędrzejewska B., Pilot M. 2014 Unregulated hunting and genetic recovery from a severe population decline: the cautionary case of Bulgarian wolves. Conservation Genetics DOI: 10.1007/s10592-013-0547-y The paper can be downloaded from the Conservation Genetics website: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10592-013-0547-y
  • Dąbrowski M.J., Pomorski J.J., Gliwicz J. 2013. Cytochrome b gene (cytb) sequence diversity in a Microtus oeconomus population from Bialowieza Primeval Forest. Acta Theriologica 58:119-126; DOI: 10.1007/s13364-012-0096-7.
  • Pilot M., Dąbrowski M.J., Jancewicz E., Schtickzelle N. and Gliwicz J. 2010. Temporally stable genetic variability and dynamic kinship structure in a fluctuating population of the root vole Microtus oeconomus. Molecular Ecology 19:2800-2812.
  • Gliwicz J.,Dąbrowski M.J. 2008. Ecological factors affecting the dial activity of voles in a multi-species community. Annales Zool. Fennici 45:242-247.
  • Dąbrowski M. J. and Strużyński W. 2006. The diversity of amphibian species in water bodies of Kozienice Forest. Fragmenta Faunistica 49 (2): 153-163.
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