Notes: Mitochondrial DNA Analysis Confirms the Existence of a Genetically Divergent Walleye Population in Northeastern Mississippi

@article{Billington1995NotesMD,
  title={Notes: Mitochondrial DNA Analysis Confirms the Existence of a Genetically Divergent Walleye Population in Northeastern Mississippi},
  author={Neil Billington and Rex Meade Strange},
  journal={Transactions of The American Fisheries Society},
  year={1995},
  volume={124},
  pages={770-776}
}
Abstract Mitochondrial DNA analysis of 16 walleyes Stizostedion vitreum originating from Luxapalila Creek in northeastern Mississippi showed that they were genetically distinct (2.34% sequence variation) from walleyes collected from the Mississippi River basin and other northern drainages. There was no genetic variation among the 16 fish analyzed. This work confirms the existence of a unique genetic form of walleye in the Tombigbee River drainage, but further research is required to determine… 
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