Mitochondrial Gene Introgression between Spined Loaches via Hybridogenesis†

@inproceedings{Saitoh2004MitochondrialGI,
  title={Mitochondrial Gene Introgression between Spined Loaches via Hybridogenesis†},
  author={Kenji Saitoh and Ik-Soo Kim and Eun-hee Lee},
  booktitle={Zoological science},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract This report deals with an unusual mode of mitochondrial gene introgression between Cobitis hankugensis (C. sinensis) and C. longicorpus which is mediated by a unisexual hybridogenetic system of diploid-triploid C. hankugensis-longicorpus complex. Mitochondrial DNA sequences of 3329-3330bp encompassing from upstream ND6 to 12S rDNA indicated that mitochondrial genomes from the diploid hybrids, triploid hybrids, and their parental species are almost identical. Because triploid hybrids… Expand
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