Isozyme and haemoglobin analysis has shown that the cod, Gadus morhua L., in the NE Atlantic can be regarded as two populations: Arctic and coastal cod. One hundred and one individual cod from nine different locations were sampled and restriction fragment analysis uncovered 14 different mtDNA clones. Calculation of sequence divergence between localities displayed large divergence between samples from coastal and Arctic areas (l.77–5.62%), as opposed to the low intrapopulation divergence (∼0.10%) and the divergence between localities along the coast (∼0.17%) and in the Barents Sea (∼ 1.00%).
Journal of Fish Biology – Wiley
Published: Feb 1, 1991
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