A set of homologous primers were designed to provide the amplification of microsatellite markers in a variety of salmonid species. They can help to solve problems associated with the genetics and conservation biology of salmonids, viz., (1) species identification; (2) determination of interspecific hybrids; (3) genetic estimation of salmonid biodiversity in a watershed; (4) individualization of tissue samples, i.e., testing on their belonging to the same individual; and (5) identification of a fish’s origins.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 5, 2014
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