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Alexey Polilov
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Small is beautiful: features of the smallest insects and limits to miniaturization
AA Polilov
Annual review of entomology 60, 103-121, 2015
1382015
The smallest insects evolve anucleate neurons
AA Polilov
Arthropod structure & development 41 (1), 29-34, 2012
1062012
Miniaturisation effects in larvae and adults of Mikado sp.(Coleoptera: Ptiliidae), one of the smallest free-living insects
AA Polilov, RG Beutel
Arthropod Structure & Development 38 (3), 247-270, 2009
772009
Anatomy of the smallest Coleoptera, featherwing beetles of the tribe Nanosellini (Coleoptera, Ptiliidae), and limits of insect miniaturization
AA Polilov
Entomological review 88 (1), 26-33, 2008
66*2008
Developmental stages of the hooded beetle Sericoderus lateralis (Coleoptera: Corylophidae) with comments on the phylogenetic position and effects of miniaturization
AA Polilov, RG Beutel
Arthropod Structure & Development 39 (1), 52-69, 2010
592010
At the size limit-effects of miniaturization in insects
AA Polilov
Springer International Publishing, 2016
552016
Anatomy of the feather-winged beetles Acrotrichis montandoni and Ptilium myrmecophilum (Coleoptera, Ptiliidae)
AA Polilov
Entomological Review 85 (5), 467-475, 2005
49*2005
The scaling and allometry of organ size associated with miniaturization in insects: A case study for Coleoptera and Hymenoptera
AA Polilov, AA Makarova
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-7, 2017
402017
Peculiarities of the brain organization and fine structure in small insects related to miniaturization. 2. The smallest Hymenoptera (Mymaridae, Trichogrammatidae)
AA Makarova, AA Polilov
Entomological review 93 (6), 714-724, 2013
35*2013
Comparative morphological analysis of compound eye miniaturization in minute Hymenoptera
A Makarova, A Polilov, S Fischer
Arthropod Structure & Development 44 (1), 21-32, 2015
282015
Морфологические особенности насекомых, связанные с миниатюризацией
АА Полилов
Вестник Московского университета. Серия 16. Биология, 37-43, 2015
25*2015
Anatomy of adult Megaphragma (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae), one of the smallest insects, and new insight into insect miniaturization
AA Polilov
PloS one 12 (5), e0175566, 2017
242017
Peculiarities of the brain organization and fine structure in small insects related to miniaturization. 1. The smallest Coleoptera (Ptiliidae)
AA Makarova, AA Polilov
Entomological review 93 (6), 703-713, 2013
23*2013
Miniaturization-related structural features of Mymaridae
AA Polilov
Studies on Hymenopteran Insects. KMK Scientific Press, Moscow, 50-64, 2007
21*2007
How small is the smallest? New record and remeasuring of Scydosella musawasensis Hall, 1999 (Coleoptera, Ptiliidae), the smallest known free-living insect
AA Polilov
ZooKeys, 61, 2015
192015
The anatomy of the thrips Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis (Thysanoptera, Thripidae) and its specific features caused by miniaturization
AA Polilov, AS Shmakov
Arthropod structure & development 45 (5), 496-507, 2016
182016
Unique rostrate larvae and basidiomycophagy in the beetle family Corylophidae
MI Yavorskaya, RAB Leschen, AA Polilov, RG Beutel
Arthropod Structure & Development 43 (2), 153-162, 2014
182014
The locomotor apparatus of one of the smallest beetles–The thoracic skeletomuscular system of Nephanes titan (Coleoptera, Ptiliidae)
MI Yavorskaya, RG Beutel, SE Farisenkov, AA Polilov
Arthropod structure & development 48, 71-82, 2019
172019
Aerodynamic performance of a bristled wing of a very small insect
D Kolomenskiy, S Farisenkov, T Engels, N Lapina, P Petrov, FO Lehmann, ...
Experiments in Fluids 61 (9), 1-13, 2020
162020
Mitochondrial genome of Megaphragma amalphitanum (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae)
AV Nedoluzhko, FS Sharko, ES Boulygina, SV Tsygankova, AS Sokolov, ...
Mitochondrial DNA Part A 27 (6), 4526-4527, 2016
162016
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