Range-wide genetic homogeneity in the California sea mussel (Mytilus californianus): a comparison of allozymes, nuclear DNA markers, and mitochondrial DNA sequences.

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We tested for genetic differentiation among six populations of California sea mussels (Mytilus californianus) sampled across 4000 km of its geographical range by comparing patterns of variation at four independent types of genetic markers: allozymes, single-copy nuclear DNA markers, and DNA sequences from the male and female mitochondrial genomes. Despite… (More)

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@article{Addison2008RangewideGH, title={Range-wide genetic homogeneity in the California sea mussel (Mytilus californianus): a comparison of allozymes, nuclear DNA markers, and mitochondrial DNA sequences.}, author={Jason A Addison and Brian S. Ort and Kathryn A. Mesa and Grant H. Pogson}, journal={Molecular ecology}, year={2008}, volume={17 19}, pages={4222-32} }