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Reorganizatsiia Politennykh Khromosom Lichinok Khironomid: Diptera? Chironomidae i Ikh Reaktsiia na Mutagennoe Zagriaznenie Okruzhaiushchei Sredy: Chernobyl'skaia Katastrofa [Reorganization of Polytene Chromosomes of Chironomid Larvae: Diptera, Chironomidae and their Mutagenic Response to Pollution: The Chernobyl Disaster]

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By: NA Petrova(Author)
Reorganizatsiia Politennykh Khromosom Lichinok Khironomid: Diptera? Chironomidae i Ikh Reaktsiia na Mutagennoe Zagriaznenie Okruzhaiushchei Sredy: Chernobyl'skaia Katastrofa
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  • Reorganizatsiia Politennykh Khromosom Lichinok Khironomid: Diptera? Chironomidae i Ikh Reaktsiia na Mutagennoe Zagriaznenie Okruzhaiushchei Sredy: Chernobyl'skaia Katastrofa ISBN: 9785980920425 Paperback Jan 2013 Out of Print #213417
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Language: Russian

This monograph is devoted to three species of Chironomid larvae collected in the 30-kilometer zone of Chernobyl and how exposure to radioactivity has led to chromosome reorganisation.

Summary in Russian:
Загрязнение окружающей среды, сохранение генофонда растительного и животного мира - серьезные проблемы современной экологии. Личинки хирономид - лучший биологический индикатор загрязненности. Монография посвящена трем видам, собранным в 30-километровой зоне Чернобыля.

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By: NA Petrova(Author)
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