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Inverse relationship between FST and microsatellite polymorphism in the marine fish, walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma): implications for resolving weak population structure
Microsatellites have proved to be useful for the detection of weak population structure in marine fishes and other species characterized by large populations and high gene flow. None the less,Expand
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Metabolism of epipelagic tropical ctenophores
Measurements of respiration and excretion at 25°C were made for five species of ctenophores collected during five cruises to the Bahamas (1982–1984). The mean element-specific respiration andExpand
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DNA-based identification of Alaska skates (Amblyraja, Bathyraja and Raja: Rajidae) using cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (coI) variation
Variation at the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (mt-COI) gene was examined in 15 species of North Pacific skates. Thirteen species had unique sequences, indicating that a DNA-basedExpand
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Variations in larval walleye pollock feeding and condition: a synthesis
There was a strong association among concentrations of microzooplankton prey sampled from the walleye pollock, Theragra chalcogramma, larval habitat, gut contents of larvae, and their nutritionalExpand
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Multiple ice‐age refugia in Pacific cod, Gadus macrocephalus
Pleistocene ice‐ages greatly influenced the historical abundances of Pacific cod, Gadus macrocephalus, in the North Pacific and its marginal seas. We surveyed genetic variation at 11 microsatelliteExpand
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Gut evacuation of walleye pollock larvae in response to feeding conditions
Gut residence times of first-feeding walleye pollock larvae were measured at 6°C in continuous and discontinuous feeding regimes. Larvae fed tagged copepod prey evacuated their guts more quickly inExpand
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Biogeographic evidence for selection on mitochondrial DNA in North Pacific walleye pollock Theragra chalcogramma.
Three major mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroups were identified in 5 data sets for North Pacific and Bering Sea walleye pollock. The common haplogroup A showed mirror-image clines on both sides ofExpand
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DNA-based identification methods of prey fish from stomach contents of 12 species of eastern North Pacific groundfish
Abstract Stomach content analysis of eastern North Pacific groundfish has been conducted routinely by researchers interested in understanding trophic interactions between key predator species andExpand
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