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Capturing protein-coding genes across highly divergent species.
DNA hybridization capture combined with next generation sequencing can be used to determine the sequences of hundreds of target genes across hundreds of individuals in a single experiment. However,Expand
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Molecular phylogeny of Squaliformes and first occurrence of bioluminescence in sharks
BackgroundSqualiform sharks represent approximately 27 % of extant shark diversity, comprising more than 130 species with a predominantly deep-dwelling lifestyle. Many Squaliform species are highlyExpand
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DNA capture reveals transoceanic gene flow in endangered river sharks
Significance The river sharks of the genus Glyphis, widely feared as man-eaters throughout India, remain very poorly known to science. The group constitutes five described species, all of which areExpand
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Diversity and antimicrobial activities of surface-attached marine bacteria from Sydney Harbour, Australia.
Marine bacteria are a rich source of potentially useful antimicrobial molecules. However, much of the microbial diversity in marine ecosystems with its potential for uncovering new antimicrobialExpand
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Historical introgression drives pervasive mitochondrial admixture between two species of pelagic sharks.
We use a genomic sampling of both nuclear and mitochondrial DNA markers to examine a pattern of genetic admixture between Carcharhinus galapagensis (Galapagos sharks) and Carcharhinus obscurus (duskyExpand
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A case of genetic polyandry in the shortfin mako Isurus oxyrinchus.
This article documents a case of genetic polyandry in the oceanic and pelagic shortfin mako Isurus oxyrinchus and briefly comments on the implications of this finding.
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Population genomics of C. melanopterus using target gene capture data: demographic inferences and conservation perspectives
Population genetics studies on non-model organisms typically involve sampling few markers from multiple individuals. Next-generation sequencing approaches open up the possibility of sampling manyExpand
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Redescription of the eagle rays Myliobatis hamlyni Ogilby, 1911 and M. tobijei Bleeker, 1854 (Myliobatiformes: Myliobatidae) from the East Indo-West Pacific.
The eagle rays Myliobatis hamlyni Ogilby, 1911 and Myliobatis tobijei Bleeker, 1854 are redescribed based on museum specimens and new material from Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Taiwan andExpand
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Rhinobatos whitei, a new shovelnose ray (Batoidea: Rhinobatidae) from the Philippine Archipelago.
A new shovelnose ray, Rhinobatos whitei sp. nov., is described from material collected at fish markets of the southern Philippines. This ray was first formally indentified as an undescribed speciesExpand
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A description of the mitogenome of the Endangered Taiwanese angelshark, Squatina formosa
Abstract Squatinid sharks are among the most threatened of cartilaginous fishes. Here we describe the complete mitochondrial genome sequence (16,690 bp) of the Endangered Taiwanese angelshark,Expand
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