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Pleistocene isolation in the Northwestern Pacific marginal seas and limited dispersal in a marine fish, Chelon haematocheilus (Temminck & Schlegel, 1845)
The Northwestern Pacific has a unique tectonic and geographical history with several marginal seas separating Asia from the Pacific Ocean. During low sea level periods of Pleistocene glaciations,Expand
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Late Pleistocene divergence and subsequent population expansion of two closely related fish species, Japanese anchovy (Engraulis japonicus) and Australian anchovy (Engraulis australis).
Climatic oscillations during the Pleistocene ice ages produced great changes in species' geographical distribution and abundance, which could be expected to have genetic consequences. Living in theExpand
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Differential population structuring and demographic history of two closely related fish species, Japanese sea bass (Lateolabrax japonicus) and spotted sea bass (Lateolabrax maculatus) in Northwestern
The Quaternary cold periods in the Northwestern Pacific are thought to have heavily influenced the amount and distribution of intraspecific genetic variation in marine fishes. To estimate theExpand
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Deep phylogeographic break among white croaker Pennahia argentata (Sciaenidae, Perciformes) populations in North-western Pacific
The Quaternary cold periods in the North-western Pacific are thought to have greatly influenced the genetic structures of marine species. One hundred and thirty-two individuals of white croakerExpand
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Mitochondrial DNA variation in the East China Sea and Yellow Sea populations of Japanese Spanish mackerel Scomberomorus niphonius
Japanese Spanish mackerel Scomberomorus niphonius is a commercially important species in the East China Sea and Yellow Sea, but there is limited knowledge of its genetic population structure. InExpand
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Complete mitochondrial genome sequence of the spinyhead croaker Collichthys lucidus (Perciformes, Sciaenidae) with phylogenetic considerations
The complete mitochondrial genome of the spinyhead croaker Collichthys lucidus was determined using long-PCR and primer walking methods. It is a circular molecule of 16,451 bp in length with aExpand
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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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Local adaptation shapes pattern of mitochondrial population structure in Sebastiscus marmoratus
Considering the homogeneity of marine environment, temperature might be a main environmental factor responsible for local adaptation across a wide latitudinal range. We reconstructed populationExpand
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Genetic diversity and population structure of the roughskin sculpin (Trachidermus fasciatus Heckel) inferred from microsatellite analyses: implications for its conservation and management
Identification of population units is crucial for management and monitoring programs, especially for endangered wild species. The roughskin sculpin (Trachidermus fasciatus Heckel) is a smallExpand
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Population genetic structure of chub mackerel Scomber japonicus in the Northwestern Pacific inferred from microsatellite analysis
Marine pelagic fishes are usually characterized by subtle but complex patterns of genetic differentiation, which are influenced by both historical process and contemporary gene flow. GeneticExpand
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