publication . Article . 2008

Population structure of Acipenser nudiventris in the south coast of Caspian Sea and Ural River using microsatellite method

Safari, R.; Pourkazemi, M.; Rezvani Gilkolaei, S.; Shabani, A.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
Abstract
Population structure of Ship sturgeon, Acipenser nudiventris, from the south coast of Caspian Sea and Ural River was investigated using Microsatellite method. For this reason, 73 specimens of the sturgeon were collected from five locations in two sampling regions the first consisted of Bandar Anzali, SefidRud River, Babolsar, and Gorgan, and the second was Ural River. Four SSR markers were used in this investigation, of which 5 loci produced DNA band, with three of them being polymorph. One primer showed two loci with one of them being polymorph and another was monomorphic). Average expected and observed heterozygosity was 0.86 and 0.75 respectively. Genetic var...
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free text keywords: Biology, Population Genetics, DNA, Genetic diversity, Population structure, Genotypes, Biopolymorphism, Aquaculture techniques, Fish, Sturgeon, Populations, Sexual Reproduction, Rivers, Anadromous species, Nucleotide sequence, Induced breeding, Primers, Ships, Sampling, Coasts, Acipenser, Acipenser nudiventris, Brackish, Caspian Sea, Ural R. Eurasia, Caspian Sea Eurasia, Iran, Biology
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