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Major patterns of higher teleostean phylogenies: a new perspective based on 100 complete mitochondrial DNA sequences.
Genetic Differentiation of the Gobies Gymnogobius castaneus and G. taranetzi in the Region Surrounding the Sea of Japan as Inferred from a Mitochondrial Gene Genealogy
The genetic differentiation of isolated local lineages and the evolution of taranetzi- and castaneus-type gobies have likely occurred repeatedly in brackish/freshwater habitats around the Sea of Japan.
Mitochondrial DNA divergence in yoshinobori gobies (Rhinogobius species complex) between the Bonin Islands and the Japan–Ryukyu Archipelago
- T. Mukai, Shozo Nakamura, Toshiyuki Suzuki, M. Nishida
- BiologyIchthyological Research
- 25 November 2005
To investigate the genetic differentiation between the Bonin Island (BI) form (Ogasawara-yoshinobori) and the Japan–Ryukyu Archipelago relatives, the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) phylogeny of Japanese Rhinogobius species was inferred from partial nucleotide sequences of the mitochondrial NADH dehydrogenase 5 subunit (ND5) gene.
Biogeographical role of the Kuroshio Current in the amphibious mudskipper Periophthalmus modestus indicated by mitochondrial DNA data
- Lijun He, T. Mukai, Ka Hou Chu, Qian Ma, Jing Zhang
- Environmental ScienceScientific reports
- 28 October 2015
A potential colonization origin from the South China Sea was consistently inferred by different clues, including the populations' coalescence times, the ancestral haplotype distribution, the number of private haplotypes and species/genetic diversity.
Multiregional introgressions inferred from the mitochondrial DNA phylogeny of a hybridizing species complex of gobiid fishes, genus Tridentiger.
- T. Mukai, K. Naruse, T. Sato, A. Shima, M. Morisawa
- BiologyMolecular biology and evolution
- 1 December 1997
The results suggested the occurrence of multiregional introgression between the two species, with mitotypes transferring from one species to the other, as well as the phylogenetic relationships of mitotypes.
Evaluating the potential for invasion by alien freshwater fishes in northern Kyushu Island, Japan, using the Fish Invasiveness Scoring Kit
The potential invasiveness of 28 freshwater fishes in northern Kyushu Island, Japan, was evaluated using the Fish Invasiveness Scoring Kit and indicated that the threshold value between fishes that present a high risk of invasion and the other species were 19.8.
Biogeographical history of Japanese freshwater fishes
Genetic and geographical differentiation of Pandaka gobies in Japan
The geographical distributions of mtDNA haplotypes in clades I and II suggested that Pandaka gobies had not dispersed to distant offshore islands, indicating that their geographical differentiation may be closely associated with the geological history of the Japanese and Ryukyu Archipelagos.
Effect of model formulation on the optimization of a genetic Takagi–Sugeno fuzzy system for fish habitat suitability evaluation