Polymorphic microsatellites for the study of newly established populations of the gastropod Cyclope neritea

@article{SimonBouhet2005PolymorphicMF,
  title={Polymorphic microsatellites for the study of newly established populations of the gastropod Cyclope neritea},
  author={B. Simon-Bouhet and C. Daguin and P. Garcia-Meunier and F. Viard},
  journal={Molecular Ecology Notes},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={121-123}
}
Both human-mediated introductions and climatic changes may promote the settlement of species in new areas outside of their natural geographical range. To investigate the settlement of recently established populations of the neogastropod Cyclope neritea , we developed eight microsatellite markers. Their usefulness was studied in two native populations previously found to be monomorphic with mitochondrial markers. The eight loci were found to be polymorphic in both populations, with two to 18… Expand
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