Study of Two Species of Mussels, Mytilus trossulusand Mytilus galloprovincialis(Bivalvia, Mytilidae), and Their Hybrids in Peter the Great Bay of the Sea of Japan with the Use of PCR Markers

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Bivalve mollusks of the genus Mytilus(M. trossulusand M. galloprovincialis) occurring in Peter the Great Bay of the Sea of Japan were first studied in Russia. A region of nonrepetitive sequences of the gene encoding the polyphenolic adhesive protein bissus was used as a species-specific genetic marker. After amplification using specific primers, a 126-bp… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1013264400526

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@article{Skurikhina2004StudyOT, title={Study of Two Species of Mussels, Mytilus trossulusand Mytilus galloprovincialis(Bivalvia, Mytilidae), and Their Hybrids in Peter the Great Bay of the Sea of Japan with the Use of PCR Markers}, author={Lubov Andreevna Skurikhina and Yu. F. Kartavtsev and A. Yu. Chichvarkhin and M. V. Pan'kova}, journal={Russian Journal of Genetics}, year={2004}, volume={37}, pages={1448-1451} }