International study on Artemia. LIII. Morphological study of Artemia with emphasis to Old World strains. I. Bisexual populations

@article{Triantaphyllidis2004InternationalSO,
  title={International study on Artemia. LIII. Morphological study of Artemia with emphasis to Old World strains. I. Bisexual populations},
  author={George V. Triantaphyllidis and Godelieve R. J. Criel and Theodore J Abatzopoulos and Patrick Sorgeloos},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={357},
  pages={139-153}
}
A detailed morphological and allometrical study was performed withadult males and females of eleven bisexual populations of brineshrimp Artemia. Multivariate procedures, discriminant andcluster analysis, allowed to separate and group together populationswhich exhibit great genetic similarities. The eleven populationsstudied form four distinct groups: the A. franciscana group,the A. tunisiana group, the A. urmiana group and abroader group which includes Eastern Old World populations… CONTINUE READING

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