Phylogenetic Analysis of the Darkfin Hind, Cephalopholis urodeta (Serranidae) Using Partial Mitochondrial CO1 Gene Sequences (Analisis Filogenetik Cephalopholis urodeta (Serranidae) Menggunakan Runutan Gen CO1 Mitokondria Parsial)

@article{Ariyanti2015PhylogeneticAO,
  title={Phylogenetic Analysis of the Darkfin Hind, Cephalopholis urodeta (Serranidae) Using Partial Mitochondrial CO1 Gene Sequences (Analisis Filogenetik Cephalopholis urodeta (Serranidae) Menggunakan Runutan Gen CO1 Mitokondria Parsial)},
  author={Yanti Ariyanti and Achmad Farajallah and Irma S. Arlyza},
  journal={ILMU KELAUTAN: Indonesian Journal of Marine Sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={20},
  pages={38-44}
}
Cephalopholis merupakan salah satu genera terbesar dalam subfamili Epinephelinae yang memiliki banyak species. Secara fenotip, C. urodeta dewasa mirip dengan juvenil C. sonnerati karena memiliki ciri mencolok yaitu garis yang menyudut pada sirip ekor. Untuk memahami hubungan genetik pada spesies ikan ini, maka dilakukan analisis molekuler menggunakan ruas gen CO1. Sejumlah spesies ikan (famili Serranidae) dikumpulkan dari wilayah Sulawesi Selatan seperti Sinjai dan Kepulauan Selayar. Karakter… 

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