Mikhail Yu. Markovets

ResearcherID: https://publons.com/researcher/P-6694-2015
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ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6023-7868
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Academic degree: Candidate of Biological Sciences
Academic title: No title
Position: Senior Researcher
E-mail: Mikhail.Markovets@zin.ru
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Educational background: Leningrad State University, 1988
Dissertations: “Population ecology of Marsh Tit (Parus palustris).” (PhD)
Research interests: Ornithology, population biology, ecology.
Field studies: Kaliningrad region, Siberia , Far East, Sakhalin, Kamchatka, Israel, Vietnam.
Professional membership:
Scientific projects and grants:
  • RFBR 09-04-00407-а, PI V.A. Payevsky. “The study of number regulation mechanisms in avian migrants: Does the mortality of birds during migrations have a selective importance?”
  • RFBR 10-04-00721-а, PI L.V. Sokolov. “Causes and mechanisms of dispersal in passerine birds”
  • RFBR 13-04-00608-а, PI S.V. Mironov. “Systematic, phylogeny and parasite-host regard "higher" Psoroptidia (Acariformes) from warm blooded vertebrates”
  • RFBR 16-04-00486-a, PI S.V. Mironov. “Patterns of evolution of the permanent parasitic acariform mites (Acariformes) on the dominant groups of warm-blooded vertebrates – rodents and passerines”
  • RFBR 16-04-00761-a, PI L.V. Sokolov. “Comparison of migratory strategies in European and Asian populations Common cuckoo (Cuculus canorus)
Selected Publications:
  • Markovets M., Zduniak P., Yosef R. 2008. Differential sex- and age-related migration of Bluethroats Luscinia svecica at Eilat, Israel., Naturwissenschaften, 95(7): 655-661 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00114-008-0371-2
  • Nilsson E., Taubert H., Hellgren O., Huang X., Palinauskas V., Markovets M., Valkiūnas G., Bensch S. 2016. Multiple cryptic species of sympatric generalists within the avian blood parasite Haemoproteus majoris. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29(9): 1812–1826 https://doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12911
  • Bukauskaitė D., Žiegytė R., Palinauskas V., Iezhova T., Dimitrov D., Ilgūnas M., Bernotienė R., Markovets M.Yu., Valkiūnas G. 2015. Biting midges (Culicoides, Diptera) transmit Haemoproteus parasites of owls: evidence from sporogony and molecular phylogeny. Parasites & Vectors, 8: 303. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13071-015-0910-6