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Genetic population structure of marine fish: mismatch between biological and fisheries management units.
Previous studies indicated that microsatellites markers have great potential for resolving genetic population structure, and an understanding of genetic structure is vital for the management and conservation of cuttlefish resources (Zheng et al.
Patients who are tested according to actual risk based on clinical evaluation will benefit from more accurate test results than those given tests because of their membership in an inevitably ill-defined genetic population.
We have a valuable and unique genetic population resource at the University of Utah and now we can cost-effectively conduct larger-scale studies to determine the genetic associations of common diseases like MS and Autism.
In recent years, SCDNR has expanded the use of genetic tools to identify many types of stocked fish, specifically Red Drum (Sciaenops ocellatus), Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis), and Spotted Seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus), and to characterize their genetic population structure.
The company has developed proprietary technologies that transform the economic viability of performing large scale genetic population studies, and that allow the sensitive and high confidence detection of rare variants and mutations for use in research and in guiding clinical decision making.
We are now starting to do some genetic population work to find other related species," he added.
For the common practice of hatchery-based stock enhancement in the Atlantic, broodstock bay scallops should be taken from the same genetic population, and all stock enhancement efforts should include comprehensive genetic monitoring programs.
Evaluation of the genetic population structure both between and within broodlines in British Columbia and Washington form the basis of the current study.
Genetic population relationships were estimated by constructing an unweighted pair group method with arithmetic mean (UPGMA) tree based on Nei's standard genetic distance (Nei 1978).
This long-term genetic population study has the potential of helping us understand the importance of a variety of genetic factors on bipolar disorder and other psychotic disorders," explained Carlos and Michele Pato from Upstate Medical University and the Washington, D.