Allozyme variability was investigated at 18 polymorphic loci in 9 samples of the bivalveMytilus trossulus (Gould, 1850) from Vostok Bay, Sea of Japan. Significant differences in allele frequencies at some loci were found between samples from different age cohorts and different depths. Genetic distances between samples were as great as (and often exceeded) those typically found between geographically separate populations in Peter the Great Bay. Some practical recommendations for experimental researchers are proposed.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 18, 2007
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