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Population structure of the Patagonian toothfish around Heard, McDonald and Macquarie Islands
The genetic heterogeneity between the three locations indicates restricted gene flow, with the fish at each location comprising independent units, anddepletion in one location is therefore unlikely to be quickly replaced by immigration from another.
Genetic diversity and effective population size in mass selection lines of Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas)
SELECTIVE BREEDING GREENLIP ABALONE (HALIOTIS LAEVIGATA): PRELIMINARY RESULTS AND ISSUES
The main factors limiting genetic gains in this study were difficulties in raising large numbers of pedigreed families in separate larval and settlement tanks, the effects of variability in the stages up to and including settlement and difficulties in tagging animals.
Rediscovery of the Threatened River Sharks, Glyphis garricki and G. glyphis, in Papua New Guinea
Genetic analyses confirmed the two species cluster well within samples from these species collected in northern Australia, and provided a more accurate maximum size for this species, i.e. ~260 cm TL.
Genetic stock structure of bigeye tuna in the Indian Ocean using mitochondrial DNA and microsatellites
Genetic differentiation was minimal and overall non-significant among five collections of bigeye tuna Thunnus obesus from the Indian Ocean, examined for variation at mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and at…
Population structure of yellowfin tuna (Thunnusalbacares) in the western Pacific Ocean, inferred from microsatellite loci
The finding of very limited population heterogeneity accords with most of the earlier allozyme and mitochondrial DNA studies of yellowfin tuna in the Pacific Ocean.
Cryptic diversity in flathead fishes (Scorpaeniformes: Platycephalidae) across the Indo‐West Pacific uncovered by DNA barcoding
- M. Puckridge, N. Andreakis, S. Appleyard, R. Ward
- Biology, Environmental ScienceMolecular ecology resources
- 1 January 2013
A thorough reappraisal of the current taxonomy of P. indicus (and its three junior synonyms) is warranted in conjunction with detailed taxonomic work on the other additional Platycephalidae OTUs detected by DNA barcoding.
Genetic structure of Patagonian toothfish populations from otolith DNA
Methods for extracting toothfish DNA from otoliths that are available in large numbers from collections held at several research institutes are developed, demonstrating the usefulness of otolith DNA as a means of increasing sample sizes for population genetics research of fish.
Genetic catch verification to support recovery plans for deepsea gulper sharks (genus Centrophorus , family Centrophoridae) – an Australian example using the 16S gene
The 16S gene is a robust marker suitable for fishery catch verification of Centrophorus, particularly for Australian samples collected under non-ideal conditions for preservation, when combined with morphological characters, this approach is a reliable and efficient system for routine testing.
Integrated Taxonomy Reveals Hidden Diversity in Northern Australian Fishes: A New Species of Seamoth (Genus Pegasus)
An integrated taxonomic approach is used herein to delineate and describe a new cryptic seamoth (genus Pegasus) from what was previously a wide-ranging species, P. tetrabelos.