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Desislava Stoianova

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Contacts

e-mail: d.st.stoianova@gmail.com; skype: dsdsdsoffa;

Curriculum vitae

Education and carrier:
University of Forestry, Sofia
Master's degree, Ecology and Environmental protection
2011 – 2013
Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
PhD student
2014-2018
Assistant
2017-present

Research interests

Diversity and Ecology of water heteropterans; Cytotaxonomy and Evolution; Species distribution modeling;

Publications

1. Stoianova D, Grozeva S, Simov N, Kuznetsova V (2015) Achiasmate male meiosis in two Cymatia species (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Corixidae). In: Lukhtanov VA, Kuznetsova VG, Grozeva S, Golub NV (Eds) Genetic and cytogenetic structure of biological diversity in insects. ZooKeys 538: 95–104. doi:org/10.3897/zookeys.538.6722
2. Stoianova D and Simov N (2016) New records of Aquatic True Bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Nepomorpha) from Bulgaria. Acta zoologica bulgarica 68(4): 497–502.
3. Stoianova D, Grozeva S, Simov N, Kuznetsova V (2017) Karyotype, sex determination and male meiosis in three benthic water bugs (Hemiptera: Nepomorpha: Aphelocheiridae). Aquatic Insects 38(3): 115–124. doi:10.1080/01650424.2017.1346260
4. Angus RB, Jeangirard C, Stoianova D, Grozeva S, Kuznetsova VG (2017) A chromosomal analysis of Nepa cinerea Linnaeus, 1758 and Ranatra linearis(Linnaeus, 1758) (Heteroptera, Nepidae). Comparative Cytogenetics 11(4): 641–657. doi: org/10.3897/CompCytogen.v11i4.14928
5. Stoianova D, Evtimova V, Kenderov L, Varadinova ED, Kerakova M, Ihtimanska MK, Stefanov T, Soufi RA, Tyufekchieva V, Vidinova Y, Simov N New Localities and Habitat Suitability Modelling for the Riverine Water Bug Aphelocheirus aestivalis (Fabricius, 1794), Heteroptera: Aphelocheiridae, in Northern and Eastern Bulgaria. Acta zoologica bulgarica (in press)

Affiliation

Department
Animal Diversity and Resources
Division
Biodiversity and Ecology of Invertebrates
Research group
Cytotaxonomy and Evolution

History

Member for
6 years 39 weeks