Zachary Omambia Kinaro

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Classified in the phylum mollusks, oysters are bivalves which are found in estuaries and coastal zones. Because of their plastic shell, mitochondrial DNA analysis of this species becomes an interesting field, necessary to investigate their phylogenetic and evolution of relations. In our study, two oyster species: Saccostrea mordax and Saccostrea cucullata(More)
The Cichlid fishes have played an important role in evolutionary biology, population studies and aquaculture industry with East African species representing a model suited for studying adaptive radiation and speciation for cichlid genome projects in which closely related genomes are fast emerging presenting questions on phenotype-genotype relations. The(More)
Singidia tilapia (Oreochromis esculentus) is a native Cichlid fish of important commercial value, distributed in Lake Victoria, East Africa. Due to its declining population levels in its natural habitat, this species has now been classified as a Critically Endangerd by the International Union for the Conservation of nature (IUCN). In the present study the(More)
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