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Late Pleistocene divergence and subsequent population expansion of two closely related fish species, Japanese anchovy (Engraulis japonicus) and Australian anchovy (Engraulis australis).
Climatic oscillations during the Pleistocene ice ages produced great changes in species' geographical distribution and abundance, which could be expected to have genetic consequences. Living in theExpand
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Differential population structuring and demographic history of two closely related fish species, Japanese sea bass (Lateolabrax japonicus) and spotted sea bass (Lateolabrax maculatus) in Northwestern
The Quaternary cold periods in the Northwestern Pacific are thought to have heavily influenced the amount and distribution of intraspecific genetic variation in marine fishes. To estimate theExpand
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Moduli of parabolic stable sheaves
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MODULI SPACES OF PARABOLIC HIGGS BUNDLES AND PARABOLIC K(D) PAIRS OVER SMOOTH CURVES: I
This paper concerns the moduli spaces of rank-two parabolic Higgs bundles and parabolic K(D) pairs over a smooth curve. Precisely which parabolic bundles occur in stable K(D) pairs and stable HiggsExpand
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INFINITESIMAL DEFORMATION OF PARABOLIC HIGGS SHEAVES
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Morphological and genetic differences between Japanese and Chinese sea bass of the genus Lateolabrax
Morphological and genetic differences between Japanese and Chinese sea bass of the genus Lateolabrax were examined. Pronounced differences were recognized between the two forms in some morphologicalExpand
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Morphological and Genetic Differences between Japanese and Chinese Red Ark Shell Scapharca broughtonii
Morphological and genetic differences between Japanese and Chinese red ark shell Scapharca broughtonii were examined. Differences were recognized between the two forms in all of the morpholog icalExpand
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Complete mitochondrial genomes of three sea basses Lateolabrax (Perciformes, Lateolabracidae) species: Genome description and phylogenetic considerations
Abstract Genus Lateolabrax consists of three species, Japanese sea bass Lateolabrax japonicus, spotted sea bass Lateolabrax maculatus and blackfin sea bass Lateolabrax latus. The completeExpand
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