Russian Journal of Developmental Biolog.~; Vol. 31. No. 4, 2000. p. 211. Translated from Ontogenez, Vol. 31, No. 4, 2000, p. 258. Original Russian Text Copyright 9 2000 by Dondua. CHRONICLES The Academician A.V. Ivanov Prize was awarded in including the monograph "Sravnitel'no-ul'trastruk- St. Petersburg in 1999. This open national prize was turnye issledovaniya protistov. Sistematika i filo- established by the St. Petersburg Union of Scientists, geniya" (Comparative-Ultrastructural Studies of Pro- St. Petersburg Scientific Center of the Russian Acad- tists. Taxonomy and Phylogeny) issued in 1991. The emy of Sciences, Zoological Institute of the Russian Prize and diploma were delivered in St. Petersburg on Academy of Sciences, Institute of Marine Biology of May 29, 1999. According to the Prize Statutes, it was the Far East Division of the Russian Academy of Sci- delivered at the meeting dedicated to the memory of ences, Biological Institute of the St. Petersburg State Academician A.V. Ivanov, where the Prize winner gave University, and the St. Petersburg Society of Natural- a lecture. This the second time the Academician ists. The prize is awarded every three years for studies A.V. Ivanov Prize has been awarded. It was first in the evolutionary morphology and phylogeny of awarded in 1996 to A.V. Adrianov and V.V. Malakhov invertebrate animals (the prize statutes were published for the monograph "Kinorinkhi: stroenie, razvitie, filo- in Zool. Zh., 1994, vol. 73, pp. 142-143). geniya i sistema" (Kinorhyncha: Structure, Develop- The 1999 Prize was awarded to Prof. Dr. S.A. Kar- ment, Phylogeny, and Taxonomy) (Moscow: Nauka, pov for a series of papers published in 1985-1998, 1994). A.K. Dondua 1062-3604/00/31 04-0211 $25.00 9 2000 MAIK "Nauka/Interperiodica"
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