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Sergej Sereda
Sergej Sereda
Department of Animal Ecology and Systematics, Justus Liebig University Giessen
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Intraspecific variation in cellular and biochemical heat response strategies of Mediterranean Xeropicta derbentina [Pulmonata, Hygromiidae]
S Troschinski, MA Di Lellis, S Sereda, T Hauffe, T Wilke, R Triebskorn, ...
PloS one 9 (1), e86613, 2014
182014
Extremely low genetic diversity in the endangered striped nerite, Theodoxus transversalis (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Neritidae)-a result of ancestral or recent effects?
Z Feher, C Albrecht, S SEREDA, V KRÍZSIK
North-western Journal of zoology 8 (2), 2012
162012
Contributions of biogeographical functions to species accumulation may change over time in refugial regions
AF Sands, SV Sereda, B Stelbrink, TA Neubauer, S Lazarev, T Wilke, ...
Journal of Biogeography 46 (6), 1274-1286, 2019
132019
Evolution of ancient lake bivalves: the Lymnocardiinae (Cardiidae) of the Caspian Sea
C Albrecht, T von Rintelen, S Sereda, F Riedel
Hydrobiologia 739 (1), 85-94, 2014
122014
Phenotypic diversity, population structure and stress protein-based capacitoring in populations of Xeropicta derbentina, a heat-tolerant land snail species
MA Di Lellis, S Sereda, A Geißler, A Picot, P Arnold, S Lang, S Troschinski, ...
Cell Stress and Chaperones 19 (6), 791-800, 2014
92014
Divergent mating system adaptations in microallopatric populations of Acanthodiaptomus denticornis (Copepoda, Calanoida)
SV Sereda, PV Debes, T Wilke, R Schultheiß
Journal of Plankton Research 38 (5), 1255-1268, 2016
32016
Changes in selection regime cause loss of phenotypic plasticity in planktonic freshwater copepods
SV Sereda, T Wilke, R Schultheiß
Plos one 9 (2), e90010, 2014
32014
Genetic Accommodation of Phenotypic Plasticity and Its Impact on Ecological Speciation: Examples from Natural Populations of Calanoid Copepod and Helicoid Snail Species
S Sereda
Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, 2017
2017
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