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The Asian arowana (Scleropages formosus) genome provides new insights into the evolution of an early lineage of teleosts
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A potential heterogametic sex chromosome is identified in the female arowana karyotype, suggesting that the sex is determined by a ZW/ZZ sex chromosomal system, and differential gene expression among three varieties provides insights into the genetic basis of colour variation.
Comparative Functional Responses Predict the Invasiveness and Ecological Impacts of Alien Herbivorous Snails
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The results suggest that comparative FRs could extend to predict the invasiveness and ecological impacts of alien herbivores and should be explored in other taxa and trophic groups to determine the general utility of the approach.
Transcriptome signatures in common carp spleen in response to Aeromonas hydrophila infection.
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Fundamental information on molecular mechanism underlying the immune response of teleost against bacterial infection is provided and strategies for selection of resistant strains of common carp in aquaculture are suggested.
Genome wide identification of scavenger receptors class A in common carp (Cyprinus carpio) and their expression following Aeromonas hydrophila infection.
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7 SCARAs across the common carp genome were identified and results suggested that SCARA genes played important roles in host immune response to A. hydrophila infection in common carp, and provided important genomic resources for future studies on fish disease management.
The impacts of invasive Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) on the fisheries in the main rivers of Guangdong Province, China
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The results suggest that the invasion of Nile tilapia negatively affected the fishery economy and native fish species, and suitable control measurements should be taken.
Genetic variability of the Asian arowana, Scleropages formosus, based on mitochondrial DNA genes
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The results demonstrate that the three mtDNA sequences are polymorphic but are not suitable markers for comparing the genetic relationships among the different varieties of S. formosus.
Mitochondrial DNA as effective molecular markers for the genetic variation and phylogeny of the family Osteoglossidae.
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Phylogenetic analyses using neighbor-joining, Bayesian inference, and maximum parsimony methods were able to distinguish the different species and were in agreement with the existing taxonomy based on morphological characters and in association with the geographical distribution among seven species of the family Osteoglossidae.
Transcriptomic Characterization of the South American Freshwater Stingray Potamotrygon motoro Venom Apparatus
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A detailed transcriptomic characterization of the venom gland of the South American freshwater stingray Potamotrygon motoro indicated an independent recruitment of the hyaluronidase into the stingray venom relative to that of venomous bony fish.
Warming mediates the relationship between plant nutritional properties and herbivore functional responses
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The result suggests that characterizing the per capita effects of herbivores using functional responses can reveal the mechanisms by which climate change may alter herbivore–plant interactions and, thus, the ecological impacts of introduced Herbivores.
Comparative transcriptome analysis reveals expression signatures of albino Russian sturgeon, Acipenseriformes gueldenstaedtii.
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The transcriptome profile of Acipenser gueldenstaedtii provided a valuable basis for understanding the molecular mechanism of albinism in fish species and will facilitate future genetic selection and breeding of sturgeon with market-favored traits in aquaculture.
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