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Influence of habitat discontinuity, geographical distance, and oceanography on fine‐scale population genetic structure of copper rockfish (Sebastes caurinus)
The copper rockfish is a benthic, nonmigratory, temperate rocky reef marine species with pelagic larvae and juveniles. A previous range‐wide study of the population‐genetic structure of copperExpand
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Population Structure of Three Species of Anisakis Nematodes Recovered From Pacific Sardines (Sardinops sagax) Distributed Throughout the California Current System
abstract:  Members of the Anisakidae are known to infect over 200 pelagic fish species and have been frequently used as biological tags to identify fish populations. Despite information on the globalExpand
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Role of genomics and transcriptomics in selection of reintroduction source populations.
The use and importance of reintroduction as a conservation tool to return a species to its historical range from which it has been extirpated will increase as climate change and human developmentExpand
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Dietary Fat Intake and Lung Cancer Risk: A Pooled Analysis.
Purpose Dietary fat may play a role in lung carcinogenesis. Findings from epidemiologic studies, however, remain inconsistent. In this pooled analysis of 10 prospective cohort studies from the UnitedExpand
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Seascape drivers of Macrocystis pyrifera population genetic structure in the northeast Pacific
At small spatial and temporal scales, genetic differentiation is largely controlled by constraints on gene flow, while genetic diversity across a species' distribution is shaped on longer temporalExpand
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Olfactory receptor related to class A, type 2 (V1r-like Ora2) genes are conserved between distantly related rockfishes (genus Sebastes).
V1r-like Ora genes express putative chemoreceptors that may function as pheromone receptors in fishes. We used a candidate gene approach to test whether V1r-like Ora2 genes show evidence of positiveExpand
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Conventional versus real‐time quantitative PCR for rare species detection
Abstract Detection of species in nature at very low abundance requires innovative methods. Conventional PCR (cPCR) and real‐time quantitative PCR (qPCR) are two widely used approaches employed inExpand
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Inbreeding effects on gene‐specific DNA methylation among tissues of Chinook salmon
Inbreeding depression is the loss of fitness resulting from the mating of genetically related individuals. Traditionally, the study of inbreeding depression focused on genetic effects, althoughExpand
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Next generation sequencing in nonmodel organisms: has the future arrived?
  • M. Johansson
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of heredity
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Attenuation and modification of the ballast water microbial community during voyages into the Canadian Arctic
Aim Ballast water is a major vector of non-indigenous species introductions world-wide. Our understanding of population dynamics of organisms entrained in ballast is largely limited to studies ofExpand
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