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GENETICALLY ENGINEERED ORGANISMS AND THE ENVIRONMENT: CURRENT STATUS AND RECOMMENDATIONS1
The Ecological Society of America has evaluated the ecological effects of current and potential uses of field-released genetically engineered organisms (GEOs), as described in this Position Paper.Expand
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Simple sequence repeats in Escherichia coli: abundance, distribution, composition, and polymorphism.
Computer-based genome-wide screening of the DNA sequence of Escherichia coli strain K12 revealed tens of thousands of tandem simple sequence repeat (SSR) tracts, with motifs ranging from 1 to 6Expand
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A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO TAXONOMIC EVALUATION OF TWO CLOSELY RELATED ENDANGERED FRESHWATER MUSSEL SPECIES, THE OYSTER MUSSEL EPIOBLASMA CAPSAEFORMIS AND TAN RIFFLESHELL EPIOBLASMA FLORENTINA WALKERI
Species in the genus Epioblasma have specialized life history requirements and represent the most endangered genus of freshwater mussels (Unionidae) in the world. A genetic characterization of extantExpand
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Review of the Status of Aquaculture Genetics
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Breeding new strains of tilapia : development of an artificial center of origin and linkage map based on AFLP and microsatellite loci
Based on ideas from plant breeding and the opportunities offered by molecular biology, a program was initiated in 1995 to derive genetically superior tilapia from a synthetic stock .artificial centerExpand
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GENETIC MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES FOR CAPTIVE PROPAGATION OF FRESHWATER MUSSELS (UNIONOIDEA)
Abstract Although the greatest global diversity of freshwater mussels (~300 species) resides in the United States, the superfamily Unionoidea is also the most imperiled taxon of animals in theExpand
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Molecular cloning, characterization and expression analysis of TLR9, MyD88 and TRAF6 genes in common carp (Cyprinus carpio).
Induction of innate immune pathways is critical for early host defense, but there is limited understanding of how teleost fishes recognize pathogen molecules and activate these pathways. In mammals,Expand
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Subspecific affinity of black bears in the White River National Wildlife Refuge.
The black bear population of the White River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is adjacent to populations of black bear in Louisiana (Urusus americanus luteolus) which are listed as threatened under theExpand
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SNP discovery and development of genetic markers for mapping innate immune response genes in common carp (Cyprinus carpio).
Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in immune response genes have been reported as markers for susceptibility to infectious diseases in human and livestock. A disease caused by cyprinidExpand
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