Fifteen novel microsatellite markers for two Amphiprion species (Amphiprion frenatus and Amphiprion perideraion) and cross-species amplification

@article{Sato2014FifteenNM,
  title={Fifteen novel microsatellite markers for two Amphiprion species (Amphiprion frenatus and Amphiprion perideraion) and cross-species amplification},
  author={Masaaki Sato and Hiroyuki Kurokochi and E. Tan and S. Asakawa and K. Honda and Klenthon O. Bolisay and Yohei Nakamura and C. Lian and M. Fortes and M. Nakaoka},
  journal={Conservation Genetics Resources},
  year={2014},
  volume={6},
  pages={685-688}
}
Abstract Anemonefishes are popular model species for research on population connectivity via larval dispersal, and understanding this connectivity is beneficial when designing marine protected areas. We developed 15 microsatellite markers for two anemonefishes, Amphiprion frenatus and Amphiprion perideraion. Of these 15 markers, 10 worked well for both species, while three were specific for A. frenatus and two were specific for A. perideraion. For A. frenatus, the number of alleles at each… Expand

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