Impact of rifting and hydrography on the genetic structure of Clarias gariepinus in Eastern Africa

@article{Giddelo2002ImpactOR,
  title={Impact of rifting and hydrography on the genetic structure of Clarias gariepinus in Eastern Africa},
  author={C. Giddelo and A. Arndt and F. Volckaert},
  journal={Journal of Fish Biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={60},
  pages={1252-1266}
}
In a study of the genetic structure of Clarias gariepinus at the ND5 and ND6 loci of mitochondrial DNA using RFLP-PCR in 16 populations (267 fish), a total of 18 haplotypes was detected. The most common haplotype was EA1 and represented 46% of all genotypes. Three phylogenetic groups characterized the region, with the East African Glade occurring between the western rift in the west, Lake Baringo in the north, the Indian Ocean in the east and the Rufiji River in the south. The Lower Tana River… Expand
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