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Publications E. Nevo Pollutions

Pollution Biology: The Quality of the Marine Environment

(Numbers in parenthesis refer to Professor E. Nevo's complete list of publication)

 1977

1. (75)  Nevo, E., T. Shimony and M. Libni. 1977. Thermal selection of allozyme polymorphisms in barnacles. Nature 267: 699-701.

 1978

2. (77)  Nevo, E. 1978. Genetic variation in natural populations: Patterns and theory. Theor. Pop. Biol. 13:121-177.

3. (84) Nevo, E., T. Shimony and M. Libni. 1978. Pollution selection of allozyme polymorphisms in barnacles. Experientia 34: 1562-1564.

 1981

4. (103)  Nevo, E., T. Perl, A. Beiles, D. Wool and U. Zoller. 1981. Genetic structure as a potential monitor of marine pollution. In: Intl. Comm. for the Scientific Exploration of the Mediterranean Sea, Monaco (C.I.E.S.M.) and the United Nations Environment Programme, Nairobi (U.N.E.P.). Workshop on Pollution of the Mediterranean (V Journees Etud. Pollutions), Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy. 9-13 Oct. 1980. Imprimerie Natl. de Monaco. pp. 61-68.

5. (104)  Nevo, E., T. Perl, A. Beiles and D. Wool. 1981. Mercury selection of allozyme genotypes in shrimps. Experientia 37:1152-1154.

6. (111)  Lavie B. and E. Nevo. 1981. Genetic diversity in marine molluscs: A test of the niche-width variation hypothesis. Mar. Ecol. 2: 335-342.

 1982

7. (123)  Lavie, B. and E. Nevo. 1982. Heavy metal selection of phosphoglucose isomerase allozymes in marine gastropods. Mar. Biol. 71: 17-22.

8. (126)  Nevo, E., B. Lavie and R. Ben-Shlomo. 1982. Can allozyme polymorphisms monitor marine environmental quality? In: The 6th Pollution Study Journal (VI Journees Etud. Pollutions). The Intl. Comm. for the Scientific Exploration of the Mediterranean Sea (C.I.E.S.M.), Cannes, pp. 801-805.

 1983

9. (129)  Nevo, E., B. Lavie and R. Ben-Shlomo. 1983. Selection of allelic isozyme polymorphisms in marine organisms: Pattern, theory and application. In: Isozymes: Current Topics in Biological and Medical Research, Vol. 10: Genetics and Evolution. M.C. Ratazzi, J.G. Scandalios and G.S. Whitt (eds.). Alan R. Liss, Inc, New York, pp. 69-92.

10. (130)  Nevo, E. 1983. Adaptive significance of protein variation. In: Systematic Association; Special Vol. 24, Protein Polymorphism: Adaptive and Taxonomic Significance. G.S. Oxford and D. Rollinson (eds.). Academic Press, New York, pp. 239-282.

11. (131)  Pontecorvo, G., E. Nevo, L. Gaudio and M. Carfagna. 1983. Biochemical study of phosphoglucomutase polymorphisms adaptive value in the shrimp Palaemon elegans. Atti Assoz. Genetica Italiana 29: 197-198.

1984

12. (143)  Nevo, E., A. Beiles and R. Ben-Shlomo. 1984. The evolutionary significance of genetic diversity: Ecological, demographic and life history correlates. In: Lecture Notes in Biomathematics, S. Levin (mang. ed.), Vol. 53: "Evolutionary Dynamics of Genetic Diversity," G.S. Mani (ed.), Springer- Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 13-213.

13. (145)  Nevo, E., R. Ben-Shlomo and B. Lavie. 1984. Mercury selection of allozymes in marine organisms: Prediction and verification in nature. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 81:1258-1259.

14. (154)  Lavie, B., E. Nevo and U. Zoller. 1984. Differential viability of phosphoglucose isomerase allozyme genotypes of marine snails in nonionic detergent and crude oil-surfactant mixtures. Environ. Res. 35:270-276.

 1985

15. (167)  Baker, R., B. Lavie and E. Nevo. 1985. Natural selection for resistance to mercury pollution. Experientia 41:697-699.

 1986

16. (181)  Lavie, B. and E. Nevo. 1986. Genetic diversity of marine gastropods: Contrasting strategies of Cerithium rupestre and C. scabridum in the Mediterranean sea. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 28:99-103.

17. (188)  Lavie, B. and E. Nevo. 1986. The interactive effects of cadmium and mercury pollution on allozyme polymorphisms in the marine gastropod, Cerithium scabridum. Mar. Poll. Bull. 17:21-23.

18. (195) Lavie, B. and E. Nevo. 1986. Genetic selection of homozygote allozyme genotypes in marine gastropods exposed to cadmium pollution. Sci. Tot. Environ. 57:91-98.

19. (197)  Nevo, E. 1986. Pollution and genetic evolution in marine organisms: Theory and practice. In: Environmental Quality and Ecosystem Stability, Vol. III A/B. Z. Dubinsky and Y. Steinberger (eds.), Bar-Ilan Univ. Press, Ramat-Gan, Israel, pp. 841-848.

20. (198)  Lavie, B. and E. Nevo. 1986. Selection against rare alleles in mercury pollution: Multilocus structure across five marine gastropod species. In: Environmental Quality and Ecosystem Stability, Vol. III A/B. Z. Dubinsky and Y. Steinberger (eds.), Bar-Ilan Univ. Press, Ramat-Gan, Israel, pp. 859-864.

21. (204)  Nevo, E., R. Noy, B. Lavie, A. Beiles and S. Muchtar. 1986. Genetic diversity and resistance to marine pollution. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 29:139-144.

 1987

22. (211)  Nof, N., B. Lavie, G. Heth and E. Nevo. 1987. Adaptive temperature dependent activity patterns in marine gastropods. Isr. J. Zool. 34:61-66.

23. (212)  Lavie, B., R. Noy, and E. Nevo. 1987. Genetic variability in the marine gastropods Patella coerulea and Patella aspera: Patterns and problems. Mar. Biol. 96:367-370.

24. (214)  Noy, R., B. Lavie and E. Nevo. 1987. The niche-width variation hypothesis revisited: Genetic diversity in the marine gastropods, Littorina punctata (Gmelin) and L. neritoides (L.). J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 109:109-116.

25. (216)  Lavie, B. and E. Nevo. 1987. Differential fitness of allelic isozymes in the marine gastropods Littorina punctata and Littorina neritoides exposed to the environmental stress of the combined effects of cadmium and mercury pollution. Environ. Manag. 11:345-349.

26. (222)  Nevo, E., R. Noy, B. Lavie and S. Muchtar. 1987. Levels of genetic diversity and resistance to pollution in marine organisms. FAO Fisheries Report No. 352 Supplement 1985:175-182.

27. (226)  Nevo, E., B. Lavie and R. Noy. 1987. Mercury selection of allozymes in two species of marine gastropods: Prediction and verification in nature revisited. Environ. Monitor. Assess. 9:233-238.

 1988

28. (241)  Ben-Shlomo, R. and E. Nevo. 1988. Isozyme polymorphism as monitoring of marine environments: The interactive effect of cadmium and mercury pollution in the shrimp, Palaemon elegans. Mar. Poll. Bull 19:314-317.

29. (243)  Nevo, E., B. Lavie and R. Ben-Shlomo. 1988. Population genetic structure of marine organisms as detectors and monitors of marine pollution. In: UNEP/FAO: Toxicity, persistence and bioaccumulation of selected substances to marine organisms (Activity G). MAP Technical Reports Series No. 24, UNEP, Athens, 1988. pp. 37-49.

30. (252)  Lavie, B. and E. Nevo. 1988. Multilocus genetic resistance and susceptibility to mercury and cadmium pollution in the marine gastropod, Cerithium scabridum, Aqua. Tox. 13:291-296.

 1989

31. (273)  Nevo, E. and B. Lavie. 1989. Differential viability of allelic isozymes in the marine gastropods Cerithium scabridum exposed to the environmental stress of nonionic detergent and crude oil- surfactant mixtures. Genetica 78:205-213.

 32. (275)  Nevo, E. and B. Lavie. 1989. Selection of allozyme genotypes of two species of marine gastropods (genus Littorina) in experiments of environmental stress by nonionic detergent and crude oil-surfactant mixtures. Genet. Select. Evol. 21:295-302.

1991

33. (319)  Lavie, B. and E. Nevo. 1991. Marine pollution and population genetics. (Abstract). Proc. Zool. Soc. Israel. Tel-Aviv Univ. Tel-Aviv, Israel. Dec. 16-17, 1990. Isr. J. Zool. 37:187.

 1993

34. (382)  Lavie, B., Y. Achituv and E. Nevo. 1993. The niche-width variation hypothesis reconfirmed: Validation by genetic diversity in the sessile intertidal cirripeds Chthamalus stellatus and Euraphia depressa (Crustacea, Chthamalidae).Z. zool. Syst. Evolut.-forsch. 31:110-118.

  

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