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Ontogeny of the digestive tract in yellow catfish Pelteobagrus fulvidraco larvae
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The results suggested that the development of the digestive tract of P. fulvidraco larvae was functional rapidly, however it was still incomplete at 3 DAH, and the functions of digestive tract and accessory glands were developed gradually until 25 DAH. Expand
The draft genome of blunt snout bream (Megalobrama amblycephala) reveals the development of intermuscular bone and adaptation to herbivorous diet
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It is shown that intermuscular bone is formed in the more basal teleosts by intramembranous ossification and may be involved in muscle contractibility and coordinating cellular events in M. amblycephala. Expand
Chromosome‐level genome assembly of Triplophysa tibetana, a fish adapted to the harsh high‐altitude environment of the Tibetan Plateau
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The high‐quality genome assembled in this work not only provides a valuable genomic resource for future population and conservation studies of T. tibetana, but it lays a solid foundation for further investigation into the mechanisms of environmental adaptation of endemic fishes in the Tibetan Plateau. Expand
Complete mitochondrial genome of Macropodus ocellatus (Perciformes: Anabantidae: Macropodusinae)
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Cloned and sequenced the complete mitochondrial genome of Macropodus ocellatus and the termination codons of 13 protein-coding genes are varied with TAA, TA, T or AGG, which would contribute to better understanding species identification, evolutionary relationships and population genetics of theMacropodus. Expand
The isolation via enrichment and characterization of 9 dinucleotide microsatellite markers in Pelteobagrus fulvidraco
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Values showed that these nine microsatellite loci isolated from Pelteobagrus fulvidraco genomic DNA libraries were suitable for genetic analysis and will provide markers of sufficient power to detect population structure in P. fulvidRaco. Expand
Comparative Mitogenomics of the Genus Odontobutis (Perciformes: Gobioidei: Odontobutidae) Revealed Conserved Gene Rearrangement and High Sequence Variations
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Phylogenetic analyses support Odontobutis species with shared gene rearrangement forming a monophyletic group, and the interspecific phylogenetic relationships are associated with structural differences among their mitogenomes. Expand
Ontogeny of the digestive tract in mud loach Misgurnus anguillicaudatus larvae
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The results suggested that the air-breathing function of the digestive tract formed from 15 to 20 DAH, which is a critical period for loach larvae. Expand
Organization of the mitochondrial genome of Odontobutis sinensis (Perciformes: Odontobutidae): rearrangement of tRNAs and additional non-coding regions
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The molecular data presented could play a useful role to study the evolutionary relationships and population genetics of the Odontobutidae and some typical conserved domains were identified. Expand
Morphological Characteristics and Comparative Transcriptome Analysis of Three Different Phenotypes of Pristella maxillaris
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This study serves as a global survey of the morphological characteristics and molecular mechanism of different body colors observed in P. maxillaris and thus provides a valuable theoretical foundation for the molecular regulation of the transparent phenotype. Expand
Genome of Tetraploid Fish Schizothorax o'connori Provides Insights into Early Re-diploidization and High-Altitude Adaptation
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It is exhibited that massive insertions between duplicated genomes caused by transposon bursts could induce mutagenesis in adjacent sequences and alter the expression of neighboring genes, representing an early re-diploidization process in a polyploid genome after WGD. Expand
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