Harpadon nehereus

Genetic diversity and population structure in Harpadon nehereus based on sequence-related amplified polymorphism markers

Z. H. Zhu, Li, H. Y., Qin, Y., and Wang, R. X., Genetic diversity and population structure in Harpadon nehereus based on sequence-related amplified polymorphism markers, vol. 13, pp. 5974-5981, 2014.

In this study, the genetic diversity among ten populations of the Bombay duck was studied on the basis of sequence-related amplified polymorphism (SRAP). The ten populations were collected from the East China Sea and South China Sea areas. A total of 98 loci were obtained from 292 individuals using eight SRAP primers. The average proportion of polymorphic loci, genetic diversity (H), and Shannon’s information index were 75.20%, 0.2478, and 0.3735, respectively.

Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for the lizardfish known as the Bombay duck, Harpadon nehereus (Synodontidae)

T. J. Xu, Sun, D. Q., Li, H. Y., and Wang, R. X., Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for the lizardfish known as the Bombay duck, Harpadon nehereus (Synodontidae), vol. 10, pp. 1701-1706, 2011.

The Bombay duck, or bummalo (Harpadon nehereus), is a lizardfish native to the Arabian sea, but also common in the China sea. It is normally dried and salted before consumption and export. To provide molecular information on this economically important fish species, we developed and characterized microsatellite markers. Ninety positive clones from the (CA)15-enriched genomic library were sequenced; 62 sequences contained sufficient repeat motifs (di-, tri- and tetra-nucleotide).

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