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Phylogeny of salmonids (Salmoniformes: Salmonidae) and its molecular dating: Analysis of nuclear RAG1 gene
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The phylogenetic relationships among 26 species of salmonid fishes were studied using the RAG1 gene as phylogenetic marker, and it seems likely that divergence of the Prosopium and Coregonus ancestral lineages occurred during the same time interval. Expand
Phylogeography of mitochondrial DNA in South Asian Dolly Varden char Salvelinus curilus Pallas, 1814 (Salmoniformes, Salmonidae): Mediated gene introgression?
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It is suggested that in this case, a mediated transfer of mtDNA in Alpinoid chars → S. curilus chain could occur and is related to the physical isolation of the Sea of Okhotsk and Sea of Japan basins in past epochs. Expand
Phylogeny of salmonids (salmoniformes: Salmonidae) and its molecular dating: Analysis of mtDNA data
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Phylogenetic relationships among 41 species of salmonid fish and some aspects of their diversification-time history were studied using the GenBank and original mtDNA data and the possible effect of genome duplication on the Salmonidae diversification pattern is discussed. Expand
On the systematics and phylogeography of eight-barbel loaches of the genus Lefua (Cobitoidea: Nemacheilidae): mtDNA typing of L. pleskei
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Since all main lineages of eight-barbel loaches were found in the Sea of Japan basin, the divergence order and dispersal patterns of the Lefua species might have been largely determined by the geological development pattern of this water body and the adjacent territories. Expand
[Phylogeny of salmonids (Salmoniformes, Salmonidae) and molecular dating: analysis of mtDNA data].
: Phylogenetic relationships among 41 species of salmonid fish and some aspects of their diversification-time history were studied using the GenBank and original mtDNA data. The position of the rootExpand
Phylogenetic relationships of sculpin Cottus volki Taranetz, 1933 (Scorpaeniformes, Cottidae) according to the results of analysis of control region in mitochondrial DNA
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Early separation of C. volki line from common trunk of “poecilopus” group explains the presence of several primitive morphological characters: long interior ray of ventral fin, practically complete lateral body line, and well-developed dentition of palatine bones. Expand
Mitochondrial DNA sequence variation, demographic history, and population structure of Amur sturgeon Acipenser schrenckii Brandt, 1869
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The pattern of pairwise nucleotide differences and the results of neutrality tests pointed to a past significant increase in the number of Amur sturgeon, which was most clearly manifested in the analysis of data on the BG haplogroup. Expand
On the population genetic portrait of kaluga, Acipenser dauricus georgi, 1775: Analysis of sequence variation in the mitochondrial dna control region
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The number of mature females in the modern kaluga population and the assessment of their long-term effective population size (Nef) are roughly at the same level (about three thousand individuals), which confirms the validity of assigning kAluga to the category of species under threat of extinction. Expand
Complete mitochondrial genome of the endangered Sakhalin taimen Parahucho perryi (Salmoniformes, Salmonidae)
Abstract The complete mitochondrial genome sequence of Parahucho perryi has been obtained by the next generation sequencing, which contained 22 tRNA genes, 13 protein-coding genes, 2 rRNA genes andExpand
Complete mitochondrial genome of the poorly known Amur sculpin Mesocottus haitej (Cottoidei: Cottidae)
Abstract The complete mitochondrial genome sequence of Mesocottus haitej has been obtained by the next generation sequencing, which contained 22 tRNA genes, 13 protein-coding genes, 2 rRNA genes andExpand
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