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Genetic structure and historical demography of Collichthys lucidus inferred from mtDNA sequence analysis
Fluctuations of global climate changes during the Pleistocene had a huge impact on the marginal seas of the Northwestern Pacific. To examine historical demography and the population genetic structureExpand
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Complete mitochondrial genome sequence of bighead croaker Collichthys niveatus (Perciformes, Sciaenidae): a mitogenomic perspective on the phylogenetic relationships of Pseudosciaeniae.
The monophyly and phylogenetic relationships of Pseudosciaeniae have long been controversial. Here we describe the mitochondrial genome (mitogenome) sequence of Collichthys niveatus. It is a circularExpand
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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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Is the Kuroshio Current a strong barrier for the dispersal of the gizzard shad (Konosirus punctatus) in the East China Sea
The gizzard shad (Konosirus punctatus) is a common pelagic fish in the East China Sea. To evaluate the influence of Kuroshio Current in shaping the genetic structure of marine species, 10 populationsExpand
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Comparative analysis of multiple paternity in different populations of viviparous black rockfish, Sebastes schlegelii, a fish with long-term female sperm storage
The black rockfish (Sebastes schlegelii) has a viviparous reproductive pattern and long-term sperm storage. Multiple paternity is frequently reported in this species. Six polymorphic microsatelliteExpand
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New evidence to genetic analysis of small yellow croaker (Larimichthys polyactis) with continuous distribution in China
The genetic diversity and population structure of the small yellow croaker (Larimichthys polyactis) were investigated based on seven microsatellite markers. Two hundred and twenty-six individualsExpand
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Population genetic structure and larval dispersal potential of spottedtail goby Synechogobius ommaturus in the north-west Pacific.
Larval dispersal may have an important effect on genetic structure of benthic fishes. To examine the population genetic structure of spottedtail goby Synechogobius ommaturus, a 478 base pair (bp)Expand
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Genomic evidence for local adaptation in the ovoviviparous marine fish Sebastiscus marmoratus with a background of population homogeneity
Advances in next-generation sequencing techniques have allowed for the generation of genome-wide sequence data, to gain insight into the dynamics influencing genetic structure and the localExpand
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Genetic diversity and population structure of spottedtail goby (Synechogobius ommaturus) based on AFLP analysis
Abstract Larval dispersal may have an important impact on genetic structure of benthic fishes. To examine population genetic structure of spottedtail goby Synechogobius ommaturus , samples from fiveExpand
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New evidence of morphological characters and DNA barcoding of Pampus argenteus( Euphrasen,1788)
The Pampus fishes are important commercial species and widely distributed in the coastal waters of China. Due to the similarities and complexities of morphological characters used in traditionalExpand
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