Loss of genetic diversity due to hatchery culture practices in barramundi (Lates calcarifer)
Decreased genetic diversity and a reduced effective population size in cultured silver-lipped pearl oysters (Pinctada maxima)
The Future of Aquatic Protein: Implications for Protein Sources in Aquaculture Diets
Chromosomal-Level Assembly of the Asian Seabass Genome Using Long Sequence Reads and Multi-layered Scaffolding
The quality of the Asian seabass genome assembly far exceeds that of any other fish species, and will serve as a new standard for fish genomics.
Candidate growth genes in finfish — Where should we be looking?
Parentage determination of Kuruma shrimp Penaeus (Marsupenaeus) japonicus using microsatellite markers (Bate)
Genomic Selection in Aquaculture: Application, Limitations and Opportunities With Special Reference to Marine Shrimp and Pearl Oysters
- K. Zenger, M. Khatkar, David B. Jones, N. Khalilisamani, D. Jerry, H. Raadsma
- Biology, EngineeringFrontiers in Genetics
- 23 January 2019
The technical advances, practical requirements, and commercial applications that have made genomic selection feasible in a range of aquaculture industries are discussed, with a particular focus on molluscs and marine shrimp.
Effects of chlorpyrifos on cholinesterase activity and stress markers in the tropical reef fish Acanthochromis polyacanthus.
Environmental DNA detects Critically Endangered largetooth sawfish in the wild
It is demonstrated that an eDNA approach to detecting largetooth sawfish can produce reliable outcomes and can be used as a survey tool to help with conservation efforts for this and other threatened elasmobranchs.
Population genetics of a marine bivalve, Pinctada maxima, throughout the Indo‐Australian Archipelago shows differentiation and decreased diversity at range limits
It is proposed that the genetic diversity peak in P. maxima populations of the Indo‐Australian Archipelago may be due to an abundance of suitable habitat within the IAA, meaning larger, more temporally stable populations can be maintained and are less likely to encounter genetic bottlenecks.