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RAPD and barcode analyses of groupers of the genus Epinephelus

K. Noikotr, Chaveerach, A., Pinthong, K., Tanomtong, A., Sudmoon, R., and Tanee, T., RAPD and barcode analyses of groupers of the genus Epinephelus, vol. 12, pp. 5721-5732, 2013.

The diversity of Epinephelus species was investigated throughout Thailand. Random amplified polymorphic DNA successfully produced 1300 bands that were phylogenetically informative and used to construct cladograms. Values of pairwise genetic similarity (S) within species ranged from 0.65 in E. erythrurus to 0.99 in E. malabaricus. The interspecific values of S ranged from 0.23 between E. malabaricus and E. bleekeri to 0.66 between E. coeruleopunctatus and E. erythrurus.

DNA barcode information for the sugar cane moth borer Diatraea saccharalis

J. P. Bravo, Silva, J. L. C., Munhoz, R. E. F., and Fernandez, M. A., DNA barcode information for the sugar cane moth borer Diatraea saccharalis, vol. 7. pp. 741-748, 2008.

We reviewed the use and relevance of barcodes for insect studies and investigated the barcode sequence of Diatraea saccharalis. This sequence has a high level of homology (99%) with the barcode sequence of the Crambidae (Lepidoptera). The sequence data can be used to construct relationships between species, allowing a multidisciplinary approach for taxonomy, which includes morphological, molecular and distribution data, all of which are essential for the understanding of biodiversity. The D.

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