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Evolution of the Gene
PROF. A. H. STURTEVANT discusses one of the most pressing problems of biology in a recent issue of the American Scientist (34, 225 ; 1948). It has been a mystery how new heritable material for theExpand
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Development genetics of the lactate dehydrogenase isozymes of fish.
  • G. S. Whitt
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental zoology
  • 1 September 1970
Three genes (A, B, and E) encoding lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) subunits are shown to be present in fish by: (1) molecular hybridization, (2) allelic variants at two loci, and (3) kinetic, physical,Expand
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Gene Nomenclature for Protein‐Coding Loci in Fish
Abstract The Fish Genetics Section of the American Fisheries Society established its Nomenclature Committee to develop and promote standardized genetic nomenclatures. Here, following public commentsExpand
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A Biochemical Genetic Evaluation of the Northern and Florida Subspecies of Largemouth Bass
Abstract Phenotypes at 28 enzyme loci were analyzed by vertical starch gel electrophoresis for each of 90 populations of largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides. Allele frequencies at each locus, asExpand
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Perinatal Exposure to Environmentally Relevant Levels of Bisphenol A Decreases Fertility and Fecundity in CD-1 Mice
Background Perinatal exposure to low-doses of bisphenol A (BPA) results in alterations in the ovary, uterus, and mammary glands and in a sexually dimorphic region of the brain known to be importantExpand
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Critical and Chronic Thermal Maxima of Northern and Florida Largemouth Bass and Their Reciprocal F1 and F2 Hybrids
Abstract Thermal responses varied among four genetic stocks of juvenile largemouth bass: northern largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides salmoides (NLMB), Florida largemouth bass M. s. floridanusExpand
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Molecular aspects of temperature acclimation in fish: contributions of changes in enzyme activities and isozyme patterns to metabolic reorganization in the green sunfish.
Spectrophotometric and electrophoretic techniques were used to monitor qualitative and quantitative aspects of changes in 12 enzymes from five different tissues of green sunfish after thermalExpand
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Evolution of the differential regulation of duplicate genes after polyploidization
SummaryIn the 50 million years since the polyploidization event that gave rise to the catostomid family of fishes the duplicate genes encoding isozymes have undergone different fates. AmpleExpand
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