Multiple across-strain and within-strain QTLs suggest highly complex genetic architecture for hypoxia tolerance in channel catfish

@article{Wang2016MultipleAA,
  title={Multiple across-strain and within-strain QTLs suggest highly complex genetic architecture for hypoxia tolerance in channel catfish},
  author={Xiaozhu Wang and Shikai Liu and Chen Jiang and Xin Geng and Tao Zhou and Ning Li and Lisui Bao and Yun Li and Jun Yao and Yujia Yang and Xiaoxiao Zhong and Yulin Jin and Rex A. Dunham and Zhanjiang Liu},
  journal={Molecular Genetics and Genomics},
  year={2016},
  volume={292},
  pages={63-76}
}
The ability to survive hypoxic conditions is important for various organisms, especially for aquatic animals. Teleost fish, representing more than 50 % of vertebrate species, are extremely efficient in utilizing low levels of dissolved oxygen in water. However, huge variations exist among various taxa of fish in their ability to tolerate hypoxia. In aquaculture, hypoxia tolerance is among the most important traits because hypoxia can cause major economic losses. Genetic enhancement for hypoxia… CONTINUE READING
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