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Far Eastern State Technical University is a university located in Vladivostok, Russia. It was established on February 20, 1930 as Far Eastern Politechnical Institute ). It was granted the university status in 1992.FESTU is not a successor of Oriental Institute as it claimed to be. The court denied its claims and reassured Far Eastern Federal University as the only successor. But FESTU was established on base of closed Oriental Institute and the building of the original Oriental Institute is currently the main building of Far Eastern State Technical University. Wikipedia.


Chavtur V.G.,Far Eastern State Technical University | Keyser D.A.,University of Hamburg | Bashmanov A.G.,RAS A.V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology
Zootaxa | Year: 2015

Morphologically similar Boroecia borealis and B. maxima are redescribed from the Central Arctic. Their morphological differences are minor but well defined. Their geographic and vertical distribution is studied based on an extensive body of materials collected by many expeditions in the Arctic Ocean during the period from 1929 to 1993 at the depth range of 0-4000 m. The comparison of the distribution of both species reveals that B. borealis prefers waters of subarctic structure in the Atlantic, and it inhabits waters in the relatively warm Atlantic layer in the Arctic. In contrast, B. maxima is a good indicator of cool Arctic waters. This species is also present in greater depths of the Northern Atlantic, where polar waters penetrate far towards the south. Copyright © 2015 Magnolia Press. Source


Kornienko E.S.,RAS A.V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology | Korn O.M.,RAS A.V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology | Demchuk D.D.,Far Eastern State Technical University
Journal of Natural History | Year: 2013

Larval development of the mud shrimp Upogebia yokoyai Makarov, 1938 (Decapoda: Gebiidea: Upogebiidae) is described and illustrated for the first time from material reared in the laboratory. The development includes four zoeal stages and a megalopa. At 20-22°C the megalopa was attained 16 days after hatching. The zoeae of U. yokoyai are distinguishable from those of the sympatric species Upogebia major and Upogebia issaeffi, inhabiting Russian waters of the Sea of Japan, by the presence of two pairs of spines (posterolateral and posterodorsal), each on the fourth and fifth pleonal somites. The megalopa of U. yokoyai differs in the length of the rostral spine, shape of telson and number of antennular aesthetascs. © 2013 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Source


Onishchenko D.V.,Far Eastern State Technical University
Russian Engineering Research | Year: 2012

High-purity (~99. 2%) tungsten and molybdenum nanopowders (particle size 30-350 nm) may be obtained by the magnetic-thermal reduction of WO 3 and MoO 3 in conditions of mechanical activation. © 2012 Allerton Press, Inc. Source


Chavtur V.G.,Far Eastern State Technical University | Keyser D.,University of Hamburg | Bashmanov A.G.,RAS A.V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology
Zootaxa | Year: 2010

Previously unknown male and some juveniles of Metavargula adinothrix Kornicker, 1975 were identified in material which was collected by Germany R/V Polarstern from bathyal and abyssal depth of the Atlantic Sector of the Southern Ocean. Diagnosis, description and detailed illustrations of male of this species are presented. Morphological comparison is made between male and female of this species. The distribution of M. adinothrix in the Antarctic and Subantarctic waters is shown. Copyright © 2010 Magnolia Press. Source


Kornienko E.S.,RAS A.V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology | Korn O.M.,RAS A.V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology | Demchuk D.D.,Far Eastern State Technical University
Zootaxa | Year: 2012

Larval development of the mud shrimp Upogebia issaeffi (Balss, 1913) (Decapoda: Gebiidea: Upogebiidae) is described and illustrated for the first time from material reared in the laboratory. The development includes four zoeal and a single megalopal stages. At 20-22°C the first megalopa was attained 12 days after hatching. U. issaeffi is distinguished from U. major, the second upogebiid species inhabiting Russian waters of the Sea of Japan, by the presence of the fourth zoeal stage and considerably more intensive larval setation. Copyright © 2012 Magnolia Press. Source

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