Vyacheslav V. Khalaman

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Academic degree: Doctor of Biological Sciences
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Position: Leading Researcher
E-mail: Vyacheslav.Khalaman@zin.ru
Contact phone: +7 (812) 714-00-97
Educational background: Leningrad State University, Faculty of Biology and Soil Sciences, Chair of Ichthyology and Hydrobiology, 1985.
Dissertations:
  • “Patterns of development of fouling communities on artificial substrata under conditions of mussel (Mytilus edulis L.) cultivation in the White Sea.” (PhD)
  • “Development of fouling communities and interactions between fouling organisms in the White Sea.” (PhD habilitation)
Research interests: Hydrobiology, structure and development of fouling communities, engineering and associated species, competition, allelopathy, invertebrate behavior, mariculture.
Field studies: The White Sea, Okhotsk Sea.
Professional membership: Russian Hydrobiological Society, http://www.gboran.ru
Pedagogical activity:
  • Since 1985 – student management.
  • 2008 – 2009 – Supervisor of P.A. Lezin. PhD. thesis entitled “Peculiarities of aggregation behaviour and spatial structure of patches of the White sea mussel Mytilus edulis L.”.
  • 2011 – 2015 – Supervisor of V.S. Zharnikov. PhD thesis entitled “Biology and cultivation of Mytilus trossulus in Tauisk Bay of Okhotsk Sea”.
  • 2019 up to now – Supervisor of N.S. Golubovskaya. PhD thesis entitled “Environmental impact on development of fouling communities in the White Sea”.
Scientific projects and grants: Participation:
  • International Scientific Cooperation Projects. Contract number: ICA2-CT-2000-10053. (2000 – 2003)
  • RFBR 03-04-49701_а: “Living strategy of sedentary organisms and mechanisms of competition at fouling communities of the White Sea” (2003 – 2005).
  • RFBR 06-04-48789_а: “The allelopathy and behavior of fouling organisms as a different living strategies in space competition.” (2006-2008).
Leading:
  • RFBR 07-04-00854_а: “Sibling species in Bivalves of the White Sea. Identification” (2007-2009);
  • RFBR 10-04-00310_а: “The role of ecologically “aggressive” species in fouling communities by the example of sponge Halichondria panicea (Pallas, 1766) inhabiting in the White Sea” (2010-2012);
  • RFBR № 13-04-01154_а: “Interactions between sessile animals and macroalgae in fouling communities of the White Sea: competition or co-existence” (2013-2015);
  • RFBR № 18-04-00062_а: “Role of ecosystem engineering species in forming of associated species assemblage in fouling communities of the White Sea” (2018 – 2020);
  • RFBR № 20-54-15002_NCRI_а: “Ontogenetic dynamics of toxicity of the arctic White Sea sponge Halichondria panicea (Demospongiae) and its response to an external impact - confirmation or refutation of the Optimal Defense Theory?” (2020 – ).
Selected Publications:
  • Khalaman V.V. Some patterns of spatial distributions of associated fauna in mussel (Mytilus edulis L.) fouling community developing on artificial substrata of mussel culture farm. In: Ecological studies of benthos organisms in the White Sea. Leningrad. Zoological Institute AN SSSR. 1986. P. 131-136 (in Russian).
  • Khalaman, V.V. Studies of succession of fouling communities in the White Sea using the information index of species diversity // Proc. Zool. Inst. AN SSSR. 1989. Vol. 203. P. 34–45 (in Russian).
  • Khalaman V.V. Polychaeta fauna on artificial substrata of mussel culture farms in the White Sea // Explorations of the fauna of the Seas. 1992. Vol. 43(51) P. 172-176 (in Russian).
  • Kulakowski E.E., Khalaman V.V. The formation of the macrofouling community on the artificial sustrata in te mussel mariculture conditions in the White Sea // Proc. Zool. Inst. RAS. 1993. Vol. 253. P. 83-100 (in Russian).
  • Kulakowski E.E., Sukhotin A.A., Khalaman V.V. The formation of cultured mussel populations in different points of Chupa Inlet (Kandalaksha Bay) // Proceedings of Zoological Institute RAS. 1993. Vol. 253. P. 24-41 (in Russian).
  • Berger V.Ya., Khalaman V.V. The non-spawning migration of polychaete Nereis virens Sars at the White Sea // Doklady Akademii Nauk. 1996. Vol. 349. P. 710-711 (in Russian).
  • Khalaman V.V. Correlations of spatial distribution of organisms in fouling communities of the White Sea. // Journal of General Biology. 1998. V. 59. N 1. P. 58-73 (in Russian).
  • Khalaman V.V. Fouling communities of mussel aquaculture installations in the White Sea // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2001. Vol. 27. N 4. P. 227-237.
  • Khalaman V.V. Succession of fouling communities on an artificial substrates of a mussel culture in the White Sea // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2001. Vol. 27. N 6. P. 345-352.
  • Khalaman V.V., Isakov A.V. The survival of solitary ascidian Styela rustica L. in water of low salinity // Vestnik SPbGU. Ser. 3. Biologia. 2002. Vyp. 4 (N27). P. 91-95 (in Russian).
  • Agatyeva N.A., Khalaman V.V. The growth of bivalve Hiatella arctica L. in the different depths // Vestnik SPbGU. Ser. 3. Biologia. 2003. Vyp. 4 (N27). P. 54-56 (in Russian).
  • Khalaman V.V., Lesin P.A. Regularities of forming aggregates in mussels (Mytilus edulis) under experimental conditions // Zoologicheskii zhurnal. 2004. Vol. 83. N4. P. 395-401 (in Russian).
  • Bakhmet I.N., Berger V.Ja., Khalaman V.V. The effect of salinity change on the heart rate of Mytilus edulis specimens from different ecological zones // J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 2005. Vol. 318. N2. P. 121-126.
  • Khalaman V.V. Testing the hypothesis of tolerance strategies in Hiatella arctica L. (MOLLUSCA: BIVALVIA) // Helgoland Mar. Res. 2005. Vol. 59. N3. P. 187-195.
  • Khalaman V.V. Long-term changes in shallow-water fouling communities of the White Sea // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2005. Vol. 31. N 6. P. 344-351.
  • Lesin P.A., Khalaman V. V., Flyachinskaya L. P. Heterogeneity of the byssal threads in Mytilus edulis L. on different stages of attachment. // Proc. Zool. Inst. RAS. 2006. Vol. 310. P. 107-112.
  • Bakhmet I.N., Khalaman V.V. Heart rate variation patterns in some representatives of Bivalvia // Biology Bulletin. 2006. Vol. 33. N3. P. 276-280.
  • Khalaman V.V., Berger V.Ya. Floating seaweeds and associated fauna in the White Sea // Oceanology. 2006. Vol. 46. N6. P. 827-833.
  • Lezin P.A., Agat’eva N.A., Khalaman V.V. A comparative study of the pumping activity of some fouling animals from the White Sea // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2006. Vol. 32. N 4. P. 245-249.
  • Lesin P.A., Khalaman V.V. Byssus production rate of the White Sea blue mussel Mytilus edulis (Linnaeus, 1758) in the presence of metabolites of some hydrobionts // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2007. Vol. 33. N 1. P. 58-60.
  • Khalaman V.V., Komendantov A.Yu. Mutual effects of several fouling organisms of the White Sea (Mytilus edulis, Styela rustica and Hiatella arctica) on their growth rate and survival // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2007. Vol. 33. N 3. P. 139-144.
  • Khalaman V.V. Living strategy of fouling organisms in the White Sea. In: Periphyton and fouling: theory and practice. St.-Petersburg: “Bars” 2008. P. 44-46 (in Russian).
  • Khalaman V.V., Lesin P.A. Galitskaya A.D. Effect of the Excretory-Secretory Products of Some Marine Invertebrates on Byssus Production of the Blue Mussel Mytilus edulis (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2009. Vol. 35. N 3. P. 224-229.
  • Khalaman V.V., Belyaeva D.V., Flyachinskaya L.P. Impact of excretory-secretory products of some fouling organisms on settling and metamorphosis of the larvae of Styela rustica (Ascidiae) // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2008. Vol. 34. N 3. P. 170-173.
  • Khalaman V.V. Fouling: terminology and definition // Journal of General Biology. 2009. V. 70. N 4. P. 343-351 (in Russian).
  • Khalaman V.V., Flyachinskaya L.P., Lezin P.A. Impact of excretory-secretory products of some fouling organisms on settling of mussel’s larvae (Mytilus edulis L., Bivalvia, Mollusca). // Invertebrate Zoology. 2009. Vol. 6. N1. P. 65-72 (in Russian).
  • Naumov A.D., Khalaman V.V., Fokin M.V. Long-Term Dynamics of the Abundance of Several Intertidal Polychaetes in Two Inlets of Kandalaksha Bay (White Sea) // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2009. Vol. 35. N 5. P. 381-387.
  • Khalaman V.V., Naumov A.D. Long-term dynamics of common species of polychaetes in fouling communities of the White Sea // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2009. Vol. 35. N6. P. 463-473.
  • Naumov A.D., Flyachinskaya L.P., Khalaman V.V. Bivalve mollusks of the HIATELLA genus in the White Sea // Russian Journal of Zoology. 2010. Vol. 89. N 4. P. 407-415 (in Russian).
  • Khalaman V.V. Life span and growth rate of Styela rustica (ASCIDIAE, CHORDATA) inhabiting the White Sea // Russian Journal of Zoology. 2010. Vol. 89. N10. P. 1268-1272 (in Russian, abstract in English).
  • Khalaman V.V. Life strategies of marine sessile organisms as an approach for exploration of structure and succession of fouling communities. In: Biofouling: Types, Impact and Anti-Fouling. 2010. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York, P. 1-33.
  • Khalaman V.V. Structure and succession of fouling communities. 2010. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York, 52 p.
  • Khalaman V.V., Mukhina Yu.I., Komendantov A.Yu. The Effects of the Excretory–Secretory Products of Fouling Organisms on Settlement of Larvae of the Sponge Halichondria panicea (Pallas, 1766) (Porifera: Demospongiae) // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2011. V. 37. P. 494-500.
  • Khalaman V.V., Komendantov A.Yu. Structure of Fouling Communities Formed by Halichondria panicea (Porifera: Demospongiae) in the White Sea. // Russian Journal of Ecology. 2011. V. 42. P. 493-501.
  • Skidchenko V.S., Vysotskaya R.U., Krupnova M.Yu., Khalaman V.V. Effect of Excretion–Secretion Products of Some Fouling Specieson the Biochemical Parameters of Blue Mussel Mytilus edulis L.(Mollusca: Bivalvia) in the White Sea // Biology Bulletin. 2011.V. 38. №6. С. 573-584.
  • Zharnikov V.S., Khalaman V.V. Peculiarity of the seasonal growth mussel Mytilus trossulus (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) during its cultivation in the Vesyolaya Bay, Tauysk Inlet // Vestnik SVNC DVO RAN. 2012. №3. С. 63-68 (in Russian).
  • Khalaman V.V., Sukhotin A.A. 2012. Mariculture. In: V.Ya. Berger (red.) Biological resources of the White Sea: Investigation and Exploitation. Explorations of fauna of the Seas. 69(77). Zoological Institute RAS. St.-Petersburg. Chapter 9, P. 294-319 (in Russian).
  • Khalaman V.V. Regular and irregular events in fouling communities in the White Sea // Hydrobiologia. 2013. Vol. 706. N1. P. 205-219.
  • Khalaman V.V., Korchagina N.M., Komendantov A.Yu. The Impact of Waterborne Cues from Conspecifics and Other Species on the Larvae of Halichondria panicea Pallas, 1766 (Porifera: Demospongiae) // Russian Journal of Marine Biology. 2014. V. 40. P. 36-42.
  • Mikhaylova T.A., Malavenda S.S., Khalaman V.V. Михайлова Т.А., Species composition of macroalgae in mussel culture farms in the White Sea // Vestnik MGTU. 2014. V.17. P. 157-164 (in Russian).
  • Халаман В.В. Halichondria panicea: «Дайте и мне на субстрате поселиться!» // Материалы XVI научного семинара «Чтения памяти К.М. Дерюгина». 2014. Изд-во СПбГУ. С. 60 - 73.
  • Khalaman V.V., Lezin P.A. Clumping behavior and byssus production as strategies for substrate competition in Mytilus edulis L. // Invertebrate Biology. 2015. V. 134. P. 38-47.
  • Khalaman V.V., Komendantov A.Yu. Experimental Study of the Ability of the Sponge Halichondria panicea (Porifera: Demospongiae) to Compete for a Substrate in Shallow Water Fouling Communities of the White Sea // Biology Bulletin. 2016. V. 43. №1. С. 69-74.
  • Khalaman V.V., Komendantov A.Yu., Malavenda S.S., Mikhaylova T.A. Algae versus animals in early fouling communities of the White Sea // Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 2016. V. 553. P. 13-32.
  • Khalaman V.V., Sharov A.N., Kholodkevich S.V., Komendantov A.Yu., Kuznetsova T.V. Influence of the White Sea sponge Halichondria panicea (Pallas, 1766) on Physiological State of the Blue mussel Mytilus edulis (Linnaeus, 1758), as Evaluated by Heart Rate Characteristics // Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology. 2017. Т.53. № 3. 2017. С. 225–232.
  • Khalaman V.V., Golubovskaya N.S., Malavenda S.S., Mikhaylova T.A. Effect of the spatial orientation of a substrate on the formation of early fouling communities in the White Sea // Biology Bulletin. 2018. V. 45. #1. P. 82-90.
  • Khalaman V., Chalisova N., Krasnov K., Alexandrova M. Cytostatic activity in the hydrophilic fraction of the crude extract from the White Sea sponge Halichondria panicea. Biological Communications. 2019. Vol. 64, issue 1. P. 41-45.
  • Chalisova N.I., Ryzhak G.A., Zayitseva M.A., Alexandrova M.L., Krasnova A.A., Khalaman V.V., Kozina L.S. Stimulating effect of water-soluble fraction from brown algae Fucus vesiculosus extract on cell proliferation in tissue culture of young and old rats // Advanсes in Gerontology. 2019. V.32. №6. P. 990-995.