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226 papers by Polish authors and co-authors have been collected. They deal with Antarctic or sub-Antarctic fishes and also their parasites. The majority (35.7%) of the publications discuss fish biology including growth, age, maturity, feeding and occurrence of particular species in the area. Fewer papers are devoted to parasitology (26.0%). Papers dealing with fish biomass and exploitation make up 18.5%. Papers dealing with morphology and systematics make up 6.6%. The remaining papers are devoted to technology, physiology, palaeontology and others.
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The list contains original papers by Polish authors or co-authors concerning Antarctic or sub-Antarctic plants. The list is supplemented by papers on bacteria and those on general indicators of the amount of plants (chlorophyll content and primary productivity). Antarctic investigations of Polish botanists were carried out mainly during the expeditions to Polish Antarctic Station "H. Arctowski" (King George Island, South Shetlands; 62° 09'S, 58° 28'W) founded 1977 as well as during Polish oceanic expeditions of the BIOMASS project (1981, 1983-1984, 1986-1987) and studies of the ice-edge zone (1988-1989) carried out in the Atlantic sector of Southern Ocean on board of the r/v "Profesor Siedlecki". All these expeditions were organized by the Department of Polar Research, Institute of Ecology, Polish Academy of Sciences headed by Prof. Dr. S. Rakusa-Suszczewski.
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This bibliography presents a list of 169 papers of Polish authors, treating on the Antarctic zooplankton. The majority of these papers (67%) concern Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba Dana), mainly its biology, ecology and physiology. Quite numerous papers by Polish authors concerning the biochemistry of krill as well as its fishing technique and food - processing are here omitted.
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Launched in Cracow in 1908, Slavic Yearbook ~ Revue Slavistique is one of the oldest journals of Slavic linguistics in Europe. Volume 50 (1997) features a bibliography of the journal covering the years 1908–1997 and the bibliography presented above, covering the years 1998–2018, is its continuation. The bibliography includes the following sections: 1. The composition of Editorial Committees and Boards; 2. Articles, dissertations, notes and reports (in an alphabetical order according to the names of the authors in their original versions, all names written in Cyrillic have also their transliterated equivalents); 3. Reviews (in an alphabetical order according to the names of the authors, titles of reviewed works or titles of reviews); 4. Miscellany (obituaries, memoirs and editorial notes); 5. Name index including names of the authors of articles, notes, reports and reviews, authors and editors of reviewed books, and names mentioned in the titles of works included in the Bibliography. For the last 20 years 130 Polish and foreign authors have published their articles in Slavic Yearbook. The journal has published 165 articles and dissertations in various areas of Slavic linguistics, 110 reviews and write-ups (including comprehensive reviews discussing several works on related subjects and multi-authored monographs) and 16 memoirs and obituaries.
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