Publications E. Ivanitskaya


    1. Nevo E., Ivanitskaya E. and.Beiles A. 2001. Adaptive Radiation of Blind Subterranean Mole Rats. 102 pp. Backhuys Publishersw, Leiden.

    2. Sokolov V.E., Ivanitskaya E.,.Gruzdev V.V and Geptner V.G.. 2009. Lagomorphs. Mammals of Russia and Adjacent Regions: 400 pp. Amerind Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.


    1. Ivanitskaya E.Yu. 1992. Cladistical approach in interpretation of cytogenetical data: karyotypic analysis of the shrews (Sorex: Insectivora). Archives of the Zoological Museum of the Moscow State University, 29: 201-222 (in Russian with English summary).

    2. Ivanitskaya E.Yu. 1994. Comparative cytogenetics and systematics of Sorex : A cladistical approach. In: Advances in the Biology of Shrews. Eds.: J.F.Merritt, G.L.Kirkland, Jr. and R.K.Rose. Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Special publication N 18:313-323.

    3. Ivanitskaya E., Shenbrot G. and E.Nevo. 1996. Crocidura ramona, sp.n. (Insectivora, Soricidae) a new species of shrew from the central Negev desert, Israel. Zietshrift fur Saugetierkunde. 61: 93-103.

    4. Ivanitskaya E., Gorlov I., Gorlova O. and Nevo E.. 1996. Chromosome markers for Mus macedonicus (Rodentia, Muridae) from Israel. Hereditas. 124: 145-150. List

    5. Krasnov B., Shenbrot G., Khokhlova I. and Ivanitskaya E. 1996. Spatial patterns of rodent community in the Ramon Erosion Cirque, Negev Highlands, Israel. Journal of Arid Environments. 32: 319-327.

    6. Ivanitskaya E., Coskun Y. and Nevo E. 1997. Banded karyotypes of mole rats (Spalax, Spalacidae, Rodentia) from Turkey: a comparative analysis. Journal Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research. 35: 171-177.

    7. Ivanitskaya E. and Nevo E.. 1998. Cytogenetics of mole rats of the Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies from Jordan (Spalacidae, Rodentia). Zietshrift fur Saugetierkunde. 63: 336-346.

    8. Nevo E., Filippucci G.M., Pavlicek T., Gorlova O., Shenbrot G., Ivanitskaya E. and Beiles A. 1998. Genotypic and phenotypic divergence of rodents (Acomys cahirinus and Apodemus mystacinus) at "Evolution Canyon": Micro- and macroscale parallelism. Acta Theriologica. 5: 9-34.

    9. Nevo E., Ivanitskaya E., Filippucci M.G. and Beiles A. 2000. Speciation and adaptive radiation of subterranean mole rats, Spalax ehrenbergi superspecies, in Jordan. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 69: 263-281. Link

    10. 10.Lissovsky A.A., Baranova G.I. and Ivanitskaya E. 2003. Definition of the type material of several nominal taxa of pikas. Russian J. Theriol. 2: 125-128.

    11. Shams, A. Avivi, E. Nevo and Ivanitskaya E. 2005. Assignment of erythropoietin (EPO) to blind subterranean mole rat chromosome 1q by in situ hybridization. Cytogenet Genome Res. 108: 362. Link

    12. Ivanitskaya E, Belyayev A. and Nevo E. 2005. Heterochromatin differentiation shows the pathways of karyotypic evolution in Israeli mole rats (Spalax, Spalacidae, Rodentia). Cytogenet Genome Res. 111:159-165. Link

    13. Ivanitskaya E., Sözen M., Rashkovetsky L., Matur F. and Nevo E. 2008. Discrimination of 2n = 60 Spalax leucodon cytotypes (Spalacidae, Rodentia) in Turkey by means of classical and molecular cytogenetic techniques. Cytogenet Genome Res. 122: 139-149. Link

    14. Ivanitskaya, E., Rashkovetsky, L.  and  Nevo E.2010. Chromosomes in a hybrid zone of Israeli mole rats (Spalax, Rodentia). Russian J. Genetics. 46: 1149-1151.

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