Decline of genetic variability in a captive population of Pacific white shrimp Penaeus (Litopenaeus) vannamei using microsatellite and pedigree information

@inproceedings{VelaAvita2013DeclineOG,
  title={Decline of genetic variability in a captive population of Pacific white shrimp Penaeus (Litopenaeus) vannamei using microsatellite and pedigree information},
  author={Sergio Vela-Avit{\'u}a and Hugo Horacio Montaldo and Laura Margarita M{\'a}rquez-Valdelamar and Gabriel Ricardo Campos-Montes and H{\'e}ctor Castillo-Ju{\'a}rez},
  year={2013}
}
Background: The objective of this study was to estimate the decline of genetic variability and the changes in effective population size in three shrimp populations. One was a wild population collected at several points in the Mexican Pacific Ocean. The other two populations were different generations (7 and 9) from a captive population selected for growth and survival. Microsatellite markers and pedigree were both used to assess genetic variability and effective population size. Results: Using… CONTINUE READING

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