The review, which consist of two parts, summarizes literature data on all genetic markers used in population studies of Atlantic salmon. The first part of the review concerns karyotype features and allozyme markers of Salmo salar. The latter are effectively used for distinguishing populations and subpopulations of Atlantic salmon, as well as for genetic monitoring of its populations. It is shown that the distribution of alleles of some allozymes may be related to selection for resistance to certain environmental conditions.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 20, 2007
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