Complex population genetic and demographic history of the Salangid, Neosalanx taihuensis, based on cytochrome b sequences

@inproceedings{Zhao2008ComplexPG,
  title={Complex population genetic and demographic history of the Salangid, Neosalanx taihuensis, based on cytochrome b sequences},
  author={Liang Zhao and Jie Zhang and Zhijin Liu and Stephan M. Funk and Fuwen Wei and Muqi Xu and Ming Li},
  booktitle={BMC Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2008}
}
The Salangid icefish Neosalanx taihuensis (Salangidae) is an economically important fish, which is endemic to China, restricted to large freshwater systems (e.g. lakes, large rivers and estuaries) and typically exhibit low vagility. The continuous distribution ranges from the temperate region of the Huai and Yellow River basins to the subtropical region of the Pearl River basin. This wide ranging distribution makes the species an ideal model for the study of palaeoclimatic effects on population… CONTINUE READING

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