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Populations exhibited moderate levels of genetic population structure that were significantly different from zero within both regions.
After fitness evaluation, all nondominated solutions from both the current genetic population and the external population are passed to a next population [A.
Along a particular hydrographic system, freshwater fish can constitute a large and panmictic population or can form differentiated genetic populations with enough gene flow between them to maintain metapopulation integrity.
Genetic population structure of a species' complex of blue mussels (Mytilus spp.
Genetic population structure of the wild Pacific abalone (Haliotis discus) in Korea and Japan based on microsatellite DNA markers.
By applying microsatellite DNA markers, we report here for the first time the genetic population structure of three important river populations of M.
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.
We are now starting to do some genetic population work to find other related species," he added.
The implications for quantitative genetic population structure are not clear.
Microsatellite markers have shown widespread utility for assaying genetic population structure, particularly in organisms showing low variability visible by other techniques (Estoup et al.
This indicated that the studied fat-tailed sheep population belongs to the genetic population with higher polymorphism information content.