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A comparison of three genetic methods used for stock discrimination of orange roughy, Hop/ostethus at/anticus: allozymes, mitochondrial DNA, and random amplified polymorphic DNA
800 Abstract.-'l'hree types of genetic markers were used to determine ge­ netic relations among four spawning populations of orange roughy off New Zealand. Eleven allozyme loci were tested in starchExpand
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Molecular analysis of Southern Ocean skates (Bathyraja) reveals a new species of Antarctic skate
Two regions of mtDNA, cytochrome b and cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1, were sequenced in nine species of Bathyraja from the Southern Ocean and New Zealand. Based on sequence divergence, the speciesExpand
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DNA barcoding for the identification of smoked fish products
DNA barcoding was applied to the identification of smoked products from fish in 10 families in four orders and allowed identification to the species level, even among closely related species in theExpand
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Mitochondrial DNA sequence variation in deep-sea bamboo coral (Keratoisidinae) species in the southwest and northwest Pacific Ocean
The Keratoisidinae are a poorly known, but phenotypically diverse group of deepwater corals. Recent developments in deepwater trawling in the southwest Pacific have provided many more specimens ofExpand
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In vitro culture and cryopreservation of Uronema marinum isolated from farmed New Zealand groper (Polyprion oxygeneios).
An in vitro culture method was developed for the ciliated protozoa Uronema marinum isolated from New Zealand aquacultured groper (Polyprion oxygeneios). Both formulated media and sterile seawaterExpand
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Extensive genetic differentiation in Gobiomorphus breviceps from New Zealand
Partial mitochondrial DNA sequences for parts of the cytochrome b gene and control region were obtained for 89 upland bullies Gobiomorphus breviceps from 19 catchments in New Zealand. There were twoExpand
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Genetically isolated stocks of orange roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus), but not of hoki (Macruronus novaezelandiae), in the Tasman Sea and Southwest Pacific Ocean around New Zealand
Restriction fragment-length polymorphisms of mitochondrial (mt) DNA, generated by six-base restriction enzymes, were used to examine the stock structure of the two major commercial species in NewExpand
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DNA barcoding highlights a cryptic species of grenadier Macrourus in the Southern Ocean.
Although three species of the genus Macrourus are recognized in the Southern Ocean, DNA sequencing of the mitochondrial COI gene revealed four well-supported clades. These barcode data suggest theExpand
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Genetic heterogeneity among New Zealand species of hydrothermal vent mussels (Mytilidae: Bathymodiolus)
Molecular systematic studies provide evidence for three new species of Bathymodiolus-like hydrothermal vent mussels (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) from relatively shallow waters (depth less than 750 m)Expand
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DNA and morphological identification of an invasive swimming crab, Charybdis japonica, in New Zealand waters
Abstract Mitochondrial DNA sequences were used to identify an invasive swimming crab found in Waitemata Harbour, New Zealand. A 457 base sequence of the cytochrome oxidase 1 gene was compared in NewExpand
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