Irina V. Demina

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Academic degree: Candidate of Biological Sciences
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Position: Researcher
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Educational background: Master of Science in Biology. Saratov State University, Department of animal ecology and morphology, 2005.
Dissertations: “The role of Culicomorpha (Diptera, Nematocera) in the substance and energy flows formed by emergence of amphibiotic insects across the water-air boundary of the floodplain lakes of the Volga River.” (PhD)
Research interests: ecological physiology, ecological immunology, in particular, the condition of the immune system in birds during the annual cycle, the leukocyte profile as an indicator of the physiological state of birds.
Field studies: Curonian Spit, Russia.
Selected Publications:
  • Demina, I., Tsvey, A., Babushkina, O., & Bojarinova, J. (2019). Time‐keeping programme can explain seasonal dynamics of leukocyte profile in a migrant bird. Journal of Avian Biology, 50(7).
  • Volkova, A. A., Berezantseva M. S., Afonov K. I., Spiridonov A. V., Polikarpova D. R., Zhukova E. A., Demina I. V., Tsvey A. L. Relations between the Leukocyte Profile and the Energy State, Hematocrit, and Blood Metabolites in the Great Tit (Parus major). Biology Bulletin, 2022, Vol. 49, No. 8, pp. 160–174.
  • Demina I., Tsvey A. Total white blood cell counts but not HL ratio changes in the transition from post-juvenile molt to autumn migration in the first-year Eurasian blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla) // Journal Of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological And Integrative Physiology, 2021;1–12.