Population demographic history and adaptability of the vulnerable Lolokou Sucker Frog.

@article{Gong2020PopulationDH,
  title={Population demographic history and adaptability of the vulnerable Lolokou Sucker Frog.},
  author={Minghao Gong and A. Shafer and Xiaolong Hu and Yaohua Huang and Ling Zhang and H. Li and Ye Wu and Wanyu Wen and G. Liu},
  journal={Genetica},
  year={2020}
}
Amphibians are experiencing worldwide declines due to increasing anthropogenetic disturbances. However, the genetic variability and hence adaptability are still unknown for most frogs. We integrated the mitochondrial (ND2 gene), nuclear (TYR gene) and major histocompatibility complex (MHC) loci, to clarify the demographic patterns and immune-gene diversity of the Lolokou Sucker Frog (Amolops loloensis). Demographic analysis of the ND2 and TYR genes suggested that the Lolokou Sucker Frog… Expand

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