Download Genome mapping and genomics in fishes and aquatic animals by Cristian Araneda, Roberto Neira, Natalia Lam (auth.), Thomas PDF

By Cristian Araneda, Roberto Neira, Natalia Lam (auth.), Thomas Kocher, Chittaranjan Kole (eds.)

Mapping of animal genomes has generated large databases and a number of other new recommendations and techniques, that are worthwhile to explain beginning, evolution and phylogeny. Genetic and actual maps of genomes additional offer special information on chromosomal place, functionality, expression and rules of academically and economically very important genes. The sequence Genome Mapping and Genomics in Animals offers finished and updated experiences on genomic study on a wide number of chosen animal platforms, contributed by way of prime scientists from round the world.

This quantity summarizes the 1st period of genomic reports of aquaculture species, within which the instruments and assets essential to help whole-genome sequencing have been built. those instruments will increase efforts towards selective breeding of aquaculture species. incorporated during this quantity are summaries of labor on salmonids, cyprinids, catfish, tilapias, eu sea bass, eastern flounder, shrimps and oysters.

Show description

Read Online or Download Genome mapping and genomics in fishes and aquatic animals PDF

Best zoology books

Mergus - Aquarien Atlas

Самое авторитетное издание среди аквариумистов.
Конкретно в этом томе Вы найдёте краткую информацию о почти 4000 видах пресноводных рыб, подробно описанных в первых пяти томах издания.
Основу книги составляют более 4600 цветных фотографий. В подробный указатель включены обиходные английские названия рыб, синонимы и латинские названия; поиск можно вести как по названию рода, так и по видовому названию. В словаре объяснены наиболее важные из используемых в Атласе терминов.
Каталог фотографий будет полезен тем аквариумистам, у которых нет возможности приобрести пять отдельных томов Aquarium Atlas.
К сожалению качество оставляет желать лучшего
Знание языка особо не требуется.
Основа - Атлас с латинскими названиями и краткими данными
Вступительная статья на немецком. В конце пояснения на польском.

Birds of the West Indies (Princeton Field Guides)

Absolutely illustrated, effortless to take advantage of, and fully up to date, Birds of the West Indies is the single box consultant that covers all the chicken species identified to take place within the region--including migrants and sometimes taking place varieties. each one species is represented by way of a whole description that incorporates id box marks, prestige and diversity, habitat, and voice.

The Bird of Time

Some distance into the long run, Hartstein's commencement current from his grandparents was once an excellent journey. into the previous. He had an extended destiny within the doughnut to seem ahead to yet this journey was once the icing at the cake. It were many years in view that that first test in time trip used to be effectively pulled off, even if now not with no its flaws.

Extra info for Genome mapping and genomics in fishes and aquatic animals

Example text

Differences in recombination rates between sexes are well documented and have been explained by lower frequencies of crossing over in the heterogametic sex. Apparently, in salmonid fishes, this is increased by the formation of multivalents only in males. Evidence from rainbow and brown trout shows that in males, large chromosomal regions proximal to the centromere have recombination frequencies close to zero, in comparison with telomeric regions that exhibit higher recombination rates (Sakamoto et al.

A second QTL was mapped to linkage group OA-XXVII, where six AFLP markers (between GGTCCC60 and GATCC510) and three SSR loci (OmyFGT-1TUF, Ssa94NVH, and OtsG3) showed significant association. A third QTL region was anchored in linkage group OA-III close to eight AFLP markers (from GCTCTC178 to GATCAG291) and three SSR loci (One8ASC, OMM1054, and Ogo2Ui/W; Table 6). These three regions bearing presumptive QTLs on the malebased map have been confirmed in a separate analysis of three other families (Rodriguez et al.

1 Bulked Segregant Analysis In BSA, the co-segregation of many markers is followed in a segregating population obtained by crossing a single pair of parental fish with different phenotypic expressions for the discrete trait under study. A number of segregating individuals are used in each pool, with the objective of minimizing variation not associated with the trait of interest (Michelmore et al. 1991). This approach was used to identify sex-specific sequence characterized amplified region (SCAR) markers Omy-163 and OmyP9 linked to the Y chromosome in rainbow trout using AFLP screening (Felip et al.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.79 of 5 – based on 25 votes