Vladimir G. Malikov

PhD, Senior Research Scientist

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Laboratory of Theriology, Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

1, Universitetskaya emb., Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 199034

Tel. +7 (812) 328-07-11; Fax +7 (812) 328-29-41, +7 (812) 114-04-44; E - mail: Vladimir.Malikov@zin.ru ; malikovzin@mail.ru

Education

2002 – PhD Zoology, Zoological Institute Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint Petersburg. Dissertation on “The taxonomy and form-building of the mouse-like hamsters of the genus Calomyscus”.

1979 – B.S. Zoology, Leningrad (Saint-Petersburg) State University. " The heredity of dental morpho-types in the common vole Microtus arvalis”.

Professional Experience

2003 to present – Senior Research Scientist, Laboratory of Theriology, Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

1987–2003 – Junior Research Scientist, Laboratory of Theriology, Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

1974-1987 – Research Assistant, Laboratory of Theriology, Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

Main Research Interests

Morphology, zoogeography, taxonomy and phylogeography of mammals (Rodentia), the systemics approach to taxonomy and evolution.

Brief List of Publications

Gunduz I., Tez C., Malikov V.G., Vaziri A.Sh., Polyakov A.V. & Searle J.B. 2000. Mitochondrial DNA and chromosomal studies of wild mice (Mus) from Turkey and Iran. Heredity. 84, p. 458-467.

Lebedev V.S., Pavlinov .Ja., Meyer M.N., Malikov V.G. 1998. The craniometrical analysis of the mouse-like hamsters of the genus Calomyscus Thomas, 1905. Zool. Journ. 77 (6), p. 721-731.

Golenishchev F.N.& Malikov V.G. 2002. Reconstruction of microevolution within different groups of lowly divergent forms belonging to the family Cricetidae (Rodentia). Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS. 296, p. 47-52.

Golenishchev F.N., Malikov V.G. 2003. Evolutionary and systematic aspect of historical interrelations of discretely heterogenic genetic pools. Theriological Investigation. St. Petersburg, 3, p. 23-40. [in Russian, with English summary].

Golenishchev F.N., Malikov V.G., 2003. Intrageneric modules of taxonomic diversity as integral subjects of evolution. In: Systematics, phylogeny and paleontology of small mammals. Proceedings of International Conference devoted to the 90-th anniversary of Prof. I.M. Gromov. St. Petersburg, p. 64-66. [in Russian, with English summary].

Golenishchev F.N., Malikov V.G. 2004. Palaearctic and Nearctic common voles (Rodentia, Arvicolini): evolutionary and taxonomic outlook. Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS, St. Petersburg, 300, p. 83-90.

Golenishchev F.N., Malikov V.G. 2006. The “developmental conduit” of the tribe Microtini (Rodentia, Arvicolinae): Systematic and evolutionary aspects. Russian J. Theriol, 5(1): 19-26.

Golenishchev F.N., Malikov V.G. 2011. The systematics and distribution of the grey voles of the tribe Microtini (Rodentia, Arvicolinae) in the Caucasus and Asia Minor. In: Proceedings of the international conference “Biological diversity and conservation problems of the fauna of the Caucasus”. Yerevan. Armenia. pp. 101-105. [In Russian with English summary].

Golenishchev F.N., Malikov V.G., Arbobi M., Bulatova N.Sh., Sablina O.V., Polyakov A.V. 1999. Some new data on taxonomy of the genus Microtus (Rodentia, Arvicolinae) from Iran. Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS. 281, p. 15-20.

Golenishchev F.N., Malikov V.G., Bulatova N. Sh., Vaziri A. Sh., Nazari F. 2000. Some new data on morphology and karyology of Microtus kermanensis (Rodentia, Arvicolinae) and supposed phylogeographic history of the “arvaloid” voles. In: Systematic and Phylogeny of the Rodents and Lagomorphs (A.K. Agadjanian, V.N. Orlov eds.) Moscow, p. 34-36.

Golenishchev F.N., Malikov V.G., Grafodatsky A.S., Borodin P.M., Sablina O.V., Bulatova N.Sh. 2005. The taxonomic problems of the low divergent forms (belonging to the family Cricetidae). In: Evolutionary factors of the formation of animal life diversity (Vorobyova E.I., Striganova B.R., eds.), Moscow. KMK Scientific Press, p. 219-226 [In Russian]

Golenishchev F.N., Malikov V.G., Nazari F., Vaziri A.Sh., Sablina O.V., Polyakov A.V. 2003. New species of vole of "guentheri" group (Rodentia, Arvicolinae, Microtus) from Iran. Russian Journal of Theriology. 1(2): 43-53.

Golenishchev F.N., Malikov V.G., Vaziri A. Sh., Morowati M., Bulatova N.Sh., Sablina O.V., Polyakov A.V. 2000. Some preliminary data on taxonomy of the subgenus Sumeriomys (Rodentia, Arvicolinae). In: Systematic and Phylogeny of the Rodents and Lagomorphs. (A.K. Agadjanian, V.N. Orlov eds.). Moscow, p. 36-38.

Grafodatsky A.S., Sablina O.V., Meyer M.N., Malikov V.G. et al., 2000. Comparative cytogenetics of hamsters of the genus Calomyscus. Cytogenet. and Cell Genet. 88, p. 296-304.

Malikov V.G. 2000. The pattern of ossification of the distal baculum in the genus Calomyscus and some genera of the subfamily Cricetinae (Rodentia, Cricetidae). In: Systematic and Phylogenyof the Rodents and Lagomorphs. Edited by Agadjanian A.K. and Orlov V.N. P. 103-105.

Malikov V.G., Grafodatsky A.S., Borodin P.M., Polyakov A.V. & Sablina O.V, 2001. Some characteristic features of microevolution within the genus Calomyscus (Rodentia, Cricetidae): the systematic aspect. Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS. 289, p. 133-138.

Malikov V.G., Meyer M.N. 1990. The peculiarities of reproduction and postnatal development of the highland and lowland voles. In: Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS. 225, p. 23-33. [in Russian, with English summary].

Malikov V.G., Meyer M.N. 1996. The distribution of hamsters of the genus Calomyscus in the mountains of Turkmenia. In: The therio-fauna of Russia and adjacent countries. Proceedings of International Conference. February 1-3, 1995, p. 191-195. [in Russian].

Malikov V.G., Meyer M.N, Grafodatsky A.S., Polyakov A.V., Sablina O.V., Vaziri A.Sh., Nazari F. & Zima Ja., 1999. On a taxonomic position of some karyomorphs belonging to Genus Calomyscus (Rodentia, Cricetidae). Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS. 281, p. 27-32.

Meyer M.N., Malikov V.G. 1995. The distribution taxonomic position and biology of the mouse-like hamsters of the genus Calomyscus (Rodentia, Cricetidae). Zool. Journ. 74(7), p. 96-100. [in Russian, with English summary].

Meyer M.N., Malikov V.G. 2000. A new species and a new subspecies of the mouse-like hamsters of the genus Calomyscus (Rodentia, Cricetidae) from the south of Turkmenia. Zool. Journ. 79 (2), p. 219-223. [in Russian, with English summary].

Malikov V.G., Golenishchev F.N. 2007. Mountain rodent faunas as indicators of formation specificity within various lineages. In: Mammals of mountain territories (Rozhnov V.V., Tembotova F.A., eds.). Moscow: KMK Scientific Press, p. 201-202. [In Russian].

Malikov V.G., Golenishchev F.N. 2009. The systemic concept of formation and the problem of species. In: Species and speciation. Analysis of new views and trends. (Alimov, Stepanjats eds.), KMK, Proceedings of the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Supplement 1: 117-140. [In Russian].

Malikov V.G., Zakirova V.P, Golenishchev F.N. 2006. The calcification in the "trident" of baculum in the light of the interactions between the adaptive and the structural vectors in evolution. Proceedings of the Zoological Institute Russian Academy of Sciences, 3, p. 115-124.

Ostromyshenskii D.I., Kuznetsova I.S., Golenischev F. N., Malikov V.G., Podgornaya O.I. 2011. Satellite DNA as a phylogenetic marker: Case study of three genera of the murine subfamily. Cell and Tissue Biology, 5(6): 543 - 550.

Sablina O.V., Radjabli S.I., Malikov V.G., Meyer M.N. 1988. The systematic position of voles of the genus Chionomys according to the data on karyology. Zool. Journ. 67 (3), p. 472-475. Zool. Journ. 74 (7), p.96-100. [in Russian, with English summary].

Yannic G., Reto Burri R., V Malikov V., Vogel P. 2012. Systematics of snow voles (Chionomys, Arvicolinae) Revisited. Molecular Phylogenetics. 62 (3), p. 806-815.

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