Microsatellite development and characterization for Saurogobio dabryi Bleeker, 1871 in a Yangtze river-connected lake, China

@article{Liu2016MicrosatelliteDA,
  title={Microsatellite development and characterization for Saurogobio dabryi Bleeker, 1871 in a Yangtze river-connected lake, China},
  author={H. G. Liu and Zhi Yang and Hui Yuan Tang and Yun Guo Gong and Li Wan},
  journal={Journal of Genetics},
  year={2016},
  volume={96},
  pages={1-4}
}
Saurogobio dabryi Bleeker, 1871 (Chinese lizard gudgeon) is a diploid fish (2n = 50), belongs to the family Cyprinidae, subfamily Gobioninae (Tang et al. 2011) and distributed in the east Asia (Dai and Yang 2002). As an indispensable component of the food web, it is essential for the stability and integrity of the Yangtze ecosystem (Zhang et al. 2015). Moreover, it is an excellent species for landscape genetic and ecological researches because of their characteristics of migration, small size… CONTINUE READING