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Siberian Zoological Museum, Novosibirsk

The Museum was founded in 1960. The total area of the museum is 400 m2, of which 270 m2 are occupied by collections. The total volume of collections of vertebrates and invertebrates is more than 13 million units of 600 families and 26 thousand species (as of 2011).

The exposition of Siberian Zoological Museum.

The main areas of research

Collection of entomopathogenic microorganisms

The main areas of research

The total volume of live cultures is more than 400 units and includes 55 subspecies of Bacillus thuringiensis bacteria, viruses of nuclear polyhedrosis and granulosis of various Lepidoptera and Tenthredinidae, fungi from the genera Metarhizium, Isaria, Beauveria and Cordyceps from different regions of Russia and near and far abroad countries (as of 2017). A number of cultures are used as producers for biological preparations.

Bacteria catalogue
Bt 28.03.17.docx 16

Viruses catalogue bc.xls 128

Fungi catalogue ccf.xls 127 )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected publications related to the collection
Kryukov V.Yu., Kryukova N.A., Tyurin M.V., Yaroslavtseva O.N., GlupovV.V. Passive vectoring of entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana among the wax moth Galleria mellonella larvae by the ectoparasitoid Habrobracon hebetor females // Insect Science. 2017. DOI:10.1111/1744-7917.12457

Yaroslavtseva O.N., Dubovskiy I.M., Khodyrev V.P., Duisembekov B.A., Kryukov V.Yu., Glupov V.V. Immunological mechanisms of synergy between fungus Metarhizium robertsii and bacteria Bacillus thuringiensis ssp. morrisoni on Colorado potato beetle larvae // Journal of Insect Physiology, 2017, 96, pp.1420

Kryukov V.Yu., Yaroslavtseva O.N., Whitten M.M.A, Tyurin M.V., Ficken K., Greig C., Melo N.R, Glupov V.V., Dubovskiy I. M., Butt T. Fungal infection dynamics in response to temperature in the lepidopteran insect Galleria mellonella // Insect Science. 2017. DOI 10.1111/1744-7917.12426.

Dubovskiy I.M., Grizanova E.V., Whitten M.M.A., Mukherjee K., Greig C., Alikina T., Kabilov, M., Vilcinskas A., Glupov, V.V., Butt, T.M. Immuno-physiological adaptations confer wax moth Galleria mellonella resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis // Virulence, 2016, Vol. 7, No.8, pp. 860870.

Tomilova O.G., Kryukov V.Yu., Duisembekov B.A., Yaroslavtseva O.N., Tyurin M.V., Kryukova N.A., Skorokhod V., Dubovskiy I.M., Glupov V.V. Immune-physiological aspects of synergy between avermectins and the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium robertsii in Colorado potato beetle larvae // Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 2016, Vol. 140, pp. 815.

Martemyanov V.V., Belousova I. A., Pavlushin S. V., Dubovskiy I.M., Ershov N. I., Alikina T.Y., Kabilov M.R. , Glupov V. V. Phenological asynchrony between host plant and gypsy moth reduces insect gut microbiota and susceptibility to Bacillus thuringiensis // Ecology and Evolution, 2016, pp. 113.

Kangassalo K., Valtonen T.M., Roff D., Polkki M., Dubovskiy I.M., Sorvari J., Rantala M.J. Intra- and trans-generational effects of larval diet on susceptibility to an entomopathogenic fungus, Beauveria bassiana, in the greater wax moth, Galleria mellonella // Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2016, Vol.28, 8, pp. 14531464.

Kabilov M.R. Martemyanov V.V., Tupikin A.E., Baturina O.A., Belousova I.A., Bondar A.A., Ilyinykh A.V. (2015). Complete Genome Sequence of the Western Siberian Lymantria dispar multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus isolate // Genome Announc, 3 (2), e00335-15.

Martemyanov V.V., Pavlushin S.V., Dubovskiy I.M., Yushkova Y.V., Morosov S.V., Chernyak E.I., Efimov V.M., Ruuhola T., Glupov V.V. 2015 Asynchrony between Host Plant and Insects-Defoliator within a Tritrophic System: The Role of Herbivore Innate Immunity. // PLoS ONE 10(6):e0130988. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0130988

Dubovskiy I.M., Whitten M.M.A.., Yaroslavtseva O.N., Greig C., Kryukov V.Y., Grizanova E.V., Mukherjee K., Vilcinskas A., Glupov V.V., Butt T.M. Can Insects Develop Resistance to Insect Pathogenic Fungi? // PloS One. 2013. V. 8. 4. e60248. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0060248

Dubovskiy I.M., Whitten M.M.A.., Kryukov V.Y., Yaroslavtseva O.N., Grizanova E.V., Greig C., Mukherjee K., Vilcinskas A., Mitkovets P., Glupov V.V., Butt T.M. More than a colour change: Insect melanism, disease resistance and fecundity // Proceeding of Royal Society. B. 2013. V. 280. 1763. Article Number: UNSP 20130584.

Ilyinykh A., Kurenschikov D., Ilyinykh Ph., Imranova E., Polenogova O., Baburin A. (2013). Sensitivity of gypsy moth Lymantria dispar larvae from geographically removed populations to nucleopolyhedrovirus // SHILAP Revta Lepid, 41 (163), 349-356.

Martemyanov V.V.,Dubovskiy I.M., Belousova I.A., Shokorova N.S., Pavlushin S.V., Glupov V.V. (2013) Sex-specific variations in gypsy moth fitness, immune function, and parasite resistance mediated by background defoliation of the host plant. // Ecological Parasitology and Immunology V2, doi:10.4303/epi/235550

Insectary (Laboratory of Insect Pathology)

The main areas of research

The maintenance and development of a national collection of laboratory animal lines for use as models in the development and testing of biological insecticides, animal and human pathogens, bioindicators of environmental pollution and the search for bioactive substances for medical use.

Galleria mellonella
10 lines

Ixodes persulcatus
2 lines

Lymantria dispar
3 lines

Tenebrio molitor
1 line

Leptinotarsa decemlineata
2 lines

Habrobracon hebetor
1 line

Aedes aegypti, Culex
2 lines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected publications related to the collection
Grizanova E. V., Dubovskiy I. M., Whitten M. M. A., Glupov V. V. 2014. Contributions of cellular and humoral immunity of Galleria mellonella larvae in defence against oral infection by Bacillus thuringiensis // Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 119, p.40-46.

Kryukov V., Yaroslavtseva O. N., Dubovskiy I. M., Tyurin M. V., Kryukova N. A., Glupov V. V. 2014. Insecticidal and immunosuppressive effect of ascomycete Cordyceps militaris on the larvae of the colorado potato beetle Leptinotarsa decemlineata // Biology Bulletin 41(3):276283. 

Martemyanov V.V.,Pavlushin S.V.,Dubovskiy I.M., Yushkova Y.V., Morosov S.V., Chernyak E.I., Efimov V.M., Ruuhola T., Glupov V.V. 2015. Asynchrony between Host Plant and Insects Defoliator within a Tritrophic System: The Role of Herbivore Innate Immunity // PLoS ONE 10(6): e0130988.

Dubovskiy I.M., Grizanova E.V., Whitten M.M.A., Mukherjee K., Greig C., Alikina T., Kabilov, M., Vilcinskas, A., Glupov, V.V., Butt, T.M. 2016. Immuno-physiological adaptations confer wax moth Galleria mellonella resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis. // Virulence. 7(8):860-870.

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Vadim Yu. Kryukov, Natalia A. Kryukova, Maksim V. Tyurin, Olga N. Yaroslavtseva, Viktor V. Glupov Passive vectoring of entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana among the wax moth Galleria mellonella larvae by the ectoparasitoid Habrobracon hebetor females // Insect Science (2017 in press)

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Chany Field Station

TARANENKO Dmitry, PhD
Head

The main areas of research

Regularities of movements of migratory birds
Vector-borne processes in the mollusk-trematode parasitic system in the Lake Chany ecosystem
Spatial distribution of populations and intra-population groups of semiaquatic birds, including rare and protected species

Karasuk Field Station

SHILO Vladimir, PhD
Head

The main areas of research


Theory and practice of monitoring, protection, increased productivity of birds and rational nature management
Development and improvement of methods for controlling the population of insect pests in agriculture and forestry
Parasitological research

Year-round research on the study of biology, development of breeding techniques and conservation, and an increase in the number of rare and economically useful species of birds are carried out in the aviary complex of the Karasuk Field Station.

Teletskoye Field Station

CHUPIN Igor, PhD
Head

The main areas of research

Morphological and genetic variation in animal populations
Sustainability of small mammal and fish communities
Functioning of ecosystems of mountain forests and Lake Teletskoye
Ecological mechanisms of formation and functioning of parasitic systems of vector-borne diseases
Spatial organization of animal population, biodiversity monitoring