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Публикации в 2017 году (всего 231)
  1. Bark contribution to the total CO2 fluxes from coarse woody debris in middle taiga: methodological aspect
    Kurganova I., Mamai A., Moshkina E., Shorohova E., Romashkin I., Lopes de Gerenyu V. BIOGEOMON 2017/ Book of Abstract (Edited by Martin Novak, Pavel Kram and Marketa Stepanova). Krakov, Czech Republic. 2017. Pp. 287-288
  2. Potemkin A.D., Borovichev E.A., Ginzburg E.G. Новости систематики низших растений. Т. 51. 2017. C. 263–273 (Scopus, РИНЦ)
  3. Carbon and nitrogen dynamics along the log bark decomposition continuum in an old-growth boreal forest
    Romashkin I., Shorohova E., Kapitsa E., Galibina N., Kushnevskaya H. BIOGEOMON 2017/ Book of Abstract (Edited by Martin Novak, Pavel Kram and Marketa Stepanova). Krakov, Czech Republic. 2017. Pp. 279-280
  4. Carbon balance in forest ecosystems of southern part of Moscow region under enhancement of climate aridity
    Kurganova I.N., Lopes de Gerenyu V.O., Myakshina T.N., Sapronov D.V., Savin I.Y., Shorokhova E.V. Contemporary Problems of Ecology. № 7. 2017 (Web of Science, Scopus)
  5. Checklist of aphyllophoroid fungi (Agaricomycetes, Basidiomycota) in boreal forests of the Solovetsky Archipelago (Arkhangelsk Region, European Russia)
    Ezhov O., Zmitrovich I., Ruokolainen A. Check List. Vol. 13 (6). 2017. Pp. 789-803. DOI: 10.15560/13.6.789 (Scopus, РИНЦ)
  6. Comparative evaluation of the genetic diversity of natural populations and clonal seed orchards of Pinus sylvestris L. and Picea × fennica (Regel) Kom. in Karelia
    Ilinov A.A., Raevsky B.V. Russian Journal of Genetics: Applied Research. Vol. 7, Is. 6. 2017. P. 607–616. DOI: 10.1134/S2079059717060065 (Scopus)
  7. Correlates of black grouse occurrence and persistence in open and forested landscapes with different land use intensity in Europe – a project in progress
  8. Coupled effect of temperature and mineral additions facilitates decay of aspen bark
    Kurganova I., Lopes de Gerenyu V., Galibina N., Kapitsa E., Shorohova E. Geoderma. 2017 (Web of Science, Scopus)
  9. Kapustin D.A., Davydov D.A., Borovichev E.A., Potemkin A.D. Новости систематики низших растений. Т. 51. 2017. C. 281-285 (Scopus, РИНЦ)
  10. Cryptogamic nonenclatural records. 1
    Sokolova I.V., Kapustin D.A., Davydov D.A., Borovichev E.A., Potemkin A.D. Новости систематики низших растений. Т. 51. 2017. C. 281-285 (Scopus, РИНЦ)
  11. Dehydrin – stress proteins of birch buds in contrasting climatic regions
    Tatarinova T.D., Bubyakina V.V., Vetchinnikova L.V., Perk A.А., Ponomarev A.G., Vasilieva I.V. Cell and Tissue Biology. Vol. 11, No.6. 2017. Pp. 483-488. DOI: 10.1134/S1990519X17060098 (Scopus)
  12. Tarasova V.N., Obabko R.P., Himelbrant D.E., Boychuk M.A., Stepanchikova I.S., Borovichev E.A. Folia Cryptog. Estonica. Fasc. 54. 2017. P. 125–141. DOI: 10.12697/fce.2017.54.16 (Scopus, РИНЦ)
  13. Dynamics of species diversity and abundance of voles in modern landscapes of East Fennoscandia
    Kurhinen J., Ivanter E., Kutenkov A., Yakimova A., Saburova L. Book of abstracts. 9th International conference on biodiversity research (Daugavpils, 26-28 April, 2017). Daugavpils: Daugavpils University Academic Press "Saule". 2017. P. 62
  14. Ecological condition of soils in small towns of the Republic of Karelia
    Novikov S. Urbanization: a challenge and an opportunity for soil functions and ecosystem services 9th international congress. Soils of Urban Industrial Traffic Mining and Military Areas (SUITMA 9). International Union of Soil Sciences, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University). 2017. Pp. 392-394
  15. Effect of BAP on growth, amino acid content and lipid fatty acid composition of curly birch in vitro shoots
    Vetchinnikova L., Kuznetsova T., Titov A. ISHS Acta Horticulturae 1155: VI International Symposium on Production and Establishment of Micropropagated Plants. 2017. Pp. 251-256. DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2017.1155.36 (Web of Science, РИНЦ)

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