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EXPLORING ON THE GENETIC POLYMORPHISM IN HALIOTIS DISCUS HANNAI INO AND H. DIVERSICOLOR REEVE BY RAPD TECHNIQUE

@inproceedings{Tai2003EXPLORINGOT,
  title={EXPLORING ON THE GENETIC POLYMORPHISM IN HALIOTIS DISCUS HANNAI INO AND H. DIVERSICOLOR REEVE BY RAPD TECHNIQUE},
  author={Li Tai},
  year={2003}
}
  • Li Tai
  • Published 2003
  • Environmental Science, Biology
Twenty random primers screened out of forty ones were used to detect the polymorphism of Haliotis discus hannai Ino and Haliotis diversicolaor Reeve. The total of 213 clear and informative amplified fragments was obtained. There was diversity not only among the two populations but also between the individuals. The population of Haliotis diversicolaor Reeve had several specific fragments different from H. discus hannai. The percentage of polymorphic loci genetic identity and genetic distance… 
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