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List of articles in reviewed Russian (with English version) and foreign journals
  1. Sokolov V.E , Chernova O.F., Fekadu Kassaye. The skin of some Ethiopian Ungulates. Moscow: Institute of Evolutionary Animal Morphology and Ecology, 1994. 147 p.
  2. Chernova O.F. Spine architectonics in some rodents (Rodentia: Myomorpha, Hystricomorpha) //Doklady Biol. Sci. 2000. V.370. P. 69.
  3. Chernova O.F. Unusual hair structure in Sloths (Edentata: Bradypodidae) // Doklady Biol. Sci. 2000. V.373. P. 400.
  4. Chernova O.F. On the inhabitants of mammal hair and skin // Entom. Rev. 2001. V. 81. P. 200-201.
  5. Chernova O.F. Architectonics of the medulla of guard hair and its importance for identification of taxa // Doklady Biol. Sci. 2001. V.376. P. 81.
  6. Chernova O.F. Structural features of spines in some rodents (Rodentia:Myomorpha, Hystricomorpha) // Biology Bulletin 2001. V. 28. 4. P. 75.
  7. Chernova O.F. New findings of a specialized spine cuticle in porcupines (Rodentia, Hystricomorpha) and tenrecs (Insectivora: Tenrecidae) // Doklady Biol. Sci. 2002. V.384. P. 267.
  8. Chernova O.F. Architectonic and diagnostic significance of hair cuticle // Biol. Bulletin. 2002. 3. P. 238.
  9. Chernova O.F. The structure of the cuticle of guard hair in fruit-eating bats (Chiroptera, Pteropodidae) // Doklady Biol. Sci. 2002. V.382. P. 34.
  10. Solntseva G.N. Early embryogenesis of the vestibular apparatus in mammals with different ecologies // J. Aquatic Mammals. 2002. Vol. 28, 2. P. 159 -169.
  11. Chernova O.F. rchitectonic and diagnostic significance of hair cortex and medulla // Biol. Bulletin. 2003. 1. P. 255.
  12. Chernova O.F. One more example of morphological convergence: Similarity between the architectonics of feather and hair // Doklady Biol. Sci. 2005. Vol. 405. P. 446-450.
  13. Chernova O.F. Polymorphism of the architectonics of definitive contour feathers // Doklady Biol. Sci. 2005. Vol. 405. P. 437-442.
  14. Ivlev Yu.F., Chernova O.F. The insulation properties of the pelage of the North American porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum): The influence of quill-like structures on heat transfer // Doklady Biol. Sci. 2005. Vol. 403. P. 295-297.
  15. Bulyakova N.V., Azarova V.S. Regeneration of skeletal muscles and state of thymus in ?-irradiated rats under laser therapy of the area of muscle trauma // Minimally Invasive Therapy. 2006. Vol. 15, 5. P. 277-285
  16. Chernova O.F. Evolutionary aspects of hair polymorphism // Biol. Bull. 2006. Vol. 33, 1. C. 43-52.
  17. Chernova O.F., Solntseva G.N. Morphological and functional analysis of the auricular glands in mammals with different ecology // In: G.N. Solntseva. Morphology of the auditory and vestibular organs in mammals with emphasis on marine species. Sofia etc.: Pensoft Publ. and Brill Ac. Publ., 2007. P. 32-44.
  18. Soltseva G.N. "Morphology of the Auditory and Vestibular Organs in Mammals with Emphasis on Marine Mammals". Pensoft & Brill Academic Publishers. 2007. 244 p.

List of articles in other Russian (with English version) and foreign scientific journals and collected articles, including the articles, published in proceedings of conferences:
  1. Solntseva G.N. Development of the auditory and the vestibular apparatuses in pinnipeds and cetaceans // Marine Mammals of the Holarctic (Collection of scientific papers III Intern. conf., Koktebel, Crimea, Ukraine. October 11-17, 2004). M.: 2004. P. 601- 604.
  2. Solntseva G.N. Comparative analysis of the vestibular apparatus development in pinnipeds and cetaceans" // Marine Mammals of the Holarctic. S- Petersburg, 2006, P. 492 - 497 (ollection of Scientific papers after IV Intern. conf., S-Petersburg, September 10-14, 2006).
  3. Solntseva G.N. Comparative analysis of development of hearing organ in pinnipeds and cetaceans" // Marine Mammals of the Holarctic. S- Petersburg, 2006. P. 497-502 ( ).
  4. Solntseva G.N.Organs of hearing and equilibrium during ontogenesis of mammals (on the site J. Springer (Germany-USA) 2006. 21p.