Genetic variation and population subdivision of the endangered Iberian cyprinid Chondrostoma lusitanicum

@inproceedings{Alves1994GeneticVA,
  title={Genetic variation and population subdivision of the endangered Iberian cyprinid Chondrostoma lusitanicum},
  author={Maria Judite Alves and Manuela M. Coelho},
  year={1994}
}
Products of 24 presumptive enzyme loci were used to analyse the consequences on genetic structure and variation of the Chondrostoma lusitanicum population decline within the Tejo basin. This rare cyprinid is endemic to the Iberian Peninsula and has a very restricted distribution. Five samples from the Tejo catchment were compared with a sample from a small basin, the Samarra, that has not suffered obvious anthropogenic pressures and where the fish is still abundant. Heterozygosity and… CONTINUE READING

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