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A Arkhipkin
Fisheries Department
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A review of the biology of the jumbo squid Dosidicus gigas (Cephalopoda: Ommastrephidae)
CM Nigmatullin, KN Nesis, AI Arkhipkin
Fisheries Research 54 (1), 9-19, 2001
5712001
Global proliferation of cephalopods
ZA Doubleday, TAA Prowse, A Arkhipkin, GJ Pierce, J Semmens, M Steer, ...
Current Biology 26 (10), R406-R407, 2016
3512016
World squid fisheries
AI Arkhipkin, PGK Rodhouse, GJ Pierce, W Sauer, M Sakai, L Allcock, ...
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 23 (2), 92-252, 2015
3252015
Environmental effects on cephalopod population dynamics: implications for management of fisheries.
PGK Rodhouse, GJ Pierce, OC Nichols, WH Sauer, AI Arkhipkin, ...
Advances in Marine Biology 67, 99-223, 2014
2172014
Statoliths as ‘black boxes’(life recorders) in squid
AI Arkhipkin
Marine and freshwater research 56 (5), 573-583, 2005
1952005
Genetic structuring of Patagonian toothfish populations in the Southwest Atlantic Ocean: the effect of the Antarctic Polar Front and deep‐water troughs as barriers to genetic†…
PW Shaw, AI Arkhipkin, H Al‐Khairulla
Molecular Ecology 13 (11), 3293-3303, 2004
1782004
Age, growth, stock structure and migratory rate of pre-spawning short-finned squid Illex argentinus based on statolith ageing investigations
A Arkhipkin
Fisheries Research 16 (4), 313-338, 1993
1531993
Reproductive system structure, development and function in cephalopods with a new general scale for maturity stages
AI Arkhipkin
Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 12, 63-74, 1992
1191992
The influence of seasonal environmental changes on ontogenetic migrations of the squid Loligo gahi on the Falkland shelf
AI Arkhipkin, R Grzebielec, AM Sirota, AV Remeslo, IA Polishchuk, ...
Fisheries Oceanography 13 (1), 1-9, 2004
1162004
Age, growth and reproductive biology of diamond-shaped squid Thysanoteuthis rhombus (Oegopsida: Thysanoteuthidae)
CM Nigmatullin, A Arkhipkin
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 124, 73-87, 1995
1111995
Spatial and temporal variation in elemental signatures of statoliths from the Patagonian longfin squid (Loligo gahi)
AI Arkhipkin, SE Campana, J FitzGerald, SR Thorrold
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61 (7), 1212-1224, 2004
1082004
Diversity in growth and longevity in short-lived animals: squid of the suborder Oegopsina
AI Arkhipkin
Marine and Freshwater Research 55 (4), 341-355, 2004
1042004
Growth and maturation in two successive seasonal groups of the short-finned squid, Illex coindetii from the Strait of Sicily (central Mediterranean)
A Arkhipkin, P Jereb, S Ragonese
ICES Journal of Marine Science 57 (1), 31-41, 2000
1012000
Ambient temperature influences adult size and life span in jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas)
A Arkhipkin, J ArgŁelles, Z Shcherbich, C Yamashiro
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (3), 400-409, 2015
942015
Role of the statolith in functioning of the acceleration receptor system in squids and sepioids
AI Arkhipkin, VA Bizikov
Journal of Zoology 250 (1), 31-55, 2000
872000
Identification of ontogenetic growth models for squid
AI Arkhipkin, R Roa-Ureta
Marine and Freshwater Research 56 (4), 371-386, 2005
862005
Variation in the diet of the Patagonian toothfish with size, depth and season around the Falkland Islands
A Arkhipkin, P Brickle, V Laptikhovsky
Journal of Fish Biology 63 (2), 428-441, 2003
842003
Seasonal and interannual variability in growth and maturation of winter-spawning Illex argentinus (Cephalopoda, Ommastrephidae) in the Southwest Atlantic
A Arkhipkin, V Laptikhovsky
Aquatic Living Resources 7 (4), 221-232, 1994
841994
Thirty years' progress in age determination of squid using statoliths
AI Arkhipkin, ZN Shcherbich
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 92 (6†…, 2012
822012
Ontogenetic changes in morphometric and reproductive indices of the squid Gonatus fabricii (Oegopsida, Gonatidae) in the Norwegian Sea
AI Arkhipkin, H Bjørke
Polar Biology 22, 357-365, 1999
821999
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