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Lake Baikal is the oldest, inner most and such a lot voluminous lake on the earth, comprising one 5th of the World’s unfrozen clean water. It hosts the top variety of endemic animals recorded in any freshwater lake. till lately it remained enigmatic why any such excessive range developed within the remoted Lake Baikal. targeting the sponges (phylum Porifera) as an instance, a few solutions are supplied to primary questions about evolutionary forces. The attribute function of those animals is they shape their polymeric silicic acid skeleton enzymatically. This approach is explored utilizing glossy molecular organic and mobile organic thoughts to stipulate thoughts to manufacture novel fabrics acceptable in biomedicine and nanooptics.
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Lake Baikal is the oldest, private and so much voluminous lake on the earth, comprising one 5th of the World’s unfrozen clean water. It hosts the top variety of endemic animals recorded in any freshwater lake. till lately it remained enigmatic why any such excessive variety advanced within the remoted Lake Baikal.
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Nauka, Novosibirsk (in Russian) Condie KC (2002) Breakup of a Paleoproterozoic supercontinent. Gondwana Research 5(1): 41–43 Devyatkin EV (1982) Neogene-Antropogene (stage of neotectonic activisation). Geomorphology of Mongolian Peoples Republic. Transactions of Joint Soviet-Mongolian Research Expedition 28:230–245 Donskaya TV, Sklyarov EV, Gladkochub DP, Mazukabzov AM, Salnikova EB, Kovach VP, Yakovleva SZ, Berezhnaya NG (2000) The Baikal collisional metamorphic belt. Doklady Earth Sciences 374(4):1075–1079 Donskaya TV, Bibikova EV, Mazukabzov AM, Gladkochub DP, Kozakov IK, Kirnozova TI, Plotkina JV, Reznitskiy LZ (2003) Granitoids of the Primorsky complex of the Western Baikal area: geochronology and geodynamic typification.
As against the Baikal Unit, the degree of metamorphic alteration of the Khubsugul Unit complexes does not reach high-pressure and high-temperature conditions and is usually limited by P–T values of amphibolite (not granulite) facies. The metamorphosed sedimentary sequence of the Khamar-Daban–Olkhon terrane in frame of the Khubsugul Unit has a rhythmic structure mainly composed of sediments of passive-continental margin. A chaotic complex related to the Late Paleozoic continental collision includes large tectonic blocks of the Early Paleozoic shelf and continental slope sediments as well as littoral and continental sediments of small paleo-basins of the Late Devonian–Carboniferous age (Gordienko and Filimonov 2005).
Not reported a Data from Suturin et al. (2003) b Data from Falkner et al. (1997) 32 Table 2 Minor elements, trace elements, and strontium isotope data for Lake Hovsgol, its outlet and tributary rivers sampled in anomalously dry summer of 2002 in comparison with Lake Baikal and its major tributary, the Selenga River MN-02–01 MN-02–06 MN-02–04 MN-02–03 MN-02–02 MN 02–05 IhLake Selengab Hovsgol center Hovsgol north Egin-Gol Uliin-Gol Alag-Tsar-Gol Dalbain-Gol Baikala A Review Oriented to the Baikal and Hovsgol Lake Systems 33 and Kuzmin (2004) used the same terminology, but placed the beginning of the Neobaikalian stage to 7 Ma.