2 edition of Chromosome studies on salmonidae found in the catalog.
Chromosome studies on salmonidae
Gunnar Sva rdson
Bibliography: p. -151.
|Statement||by Gunnar Sva rdson.|
|Series||Reports from the Swedish State Institute of Fresh-water Fishery Research, Drottningholm|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||151|
Most teleost species, especially freshwater groups such as the Esocidae which are the closest relatives of salmonids, have a karyotype comprising 25 pairs of acrocentric chromosomes and 48–52 chromosome arms. After the common ancestor of salmonids underwent a whole genome duplication, its karyotype would have chromosome arms, and this is reflected in the modal range Cited by: List of works cited (P-Z) Site Search. EUGENE M. MCCARTHY, PHD GENETICS. The complete book of lilies. Garden City: Double Day & Co. Rodionov V. A. Anatomy of the supracranial air cavities in the Bottlenose Dolphin Tursiops truncatus (Cetacea) as related to problems of mathematical modeling. Svärdson, G. Chromosome studies.
Genetics and Fish Breeding provides a thorough review of this important subject, highlighting species which are bred commercially, such as salmon, trout, carp and goldfish. The author, who is an acknowledged expert in this subject, has drawn together a wealth of information, providing a book which should be bought by all fish biologists, fisheries scientists, geneticists and aquarists. Abstract. Despite large karyotype differences between parental species, the hybrid progeny of the sea trout (Salmo trutta) females (2n = 80, FN = ) and the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) males (2n = 58, FN = 74) may be viable and even hybrids would pose threat to natural populations of parental species through backcrossing, gonadal development in the sea trout × Atlantic salmon.
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All autographs are guaranteed authentic, and if found otherwise may be returned for full refund of the original Seller Rating: % positive. Salmonidae is a family of ray-finned fish, the only living family currently placed in the order includes salmon, trout, chars, freshwater whitefishes, and graylings, which collectively are known as the Atlantic salmon and trout of the genus Salmo give the family and order their names.
Salmonids have a relatively primitive appearance among the teleost fish, with Class: Actinopterygii. Abstract. The chromosomes of the Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar (2n=58) are, on average, larger than those of the trout, S.
trutta (2n=80).If the difference in chromosome size represents a permanent change in chromosome structure as between the two species the expectation is that the size difference between salmon and trout chromosomes will be maintained in the by: 8.
The karyotypes of two subspecies of the cutthroat trout series, Salmo clarki, were determined from anterior kidney cells. One subspecies, S. clarki, the “coastal” cutthroat, has 2n= Chromosome banding studies by replication and restriction enzyme treatment in Vendace (Coregonus albula) (Salmonidae, Salmoniformes) Article (PDF Available) in Folia Biologica 52() Abstract.
Manipulation of chromosomes or chromosome sets is not used in animal breeding although it is a powerful tool in plant genetics. There seems no reason why such techniques should not be applied to fish breeding where, in contrast to the situation in most animals, the breeder can handle the gametes separately and has some control of the developing zygote after by: Chromosomal rearrangements between European and North American Atlantic salmon.
The linkage maps constructed for European and North American Atlantic salmon have 3, SNPs in common, which allowed us to perform a comprehensive comparison of chromosomal structures between Atlantic salmon from either side of the Atlantic by: unique chromosome arm fusions and fissions.
In this study, we identify orthologous chromosome arms within the salmonids using available RADseq salmonid linkage maps along with a new high-density linkage map ( markers) constructed for the Salvelinus genera (Brook Charr S. fontinalis).Cited by: 4. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc. Feb;76(1) Chromosome evolution in the Salmonidae (Pisces): an update.
Phillips R(1), Ráb P. Author information: (1)Department of Biological Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,USA. The karyotypes of salmonid fishes including taxa in the three subfamilies Coregoninae, Thymallinae and Salmoninae are by: IL Cytogenetic Tools Fish cytogenetics has progressed more slowly than chromosome studies of many mammalian species.
As noted earlier in this discus sion, complete karyotypes have been established for only about % of the more t fish species (Gold, ), although chromo some number has been identified in many additional species Cited by: 1. Aquaculture, 17 () @ Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands HYBRIDIZATION IN SALMONIDS: RESULTS AND PERSPECTIVES B.
CHEVASSUS Laboratoire de Physiologie des Poissons, LN.R.A., Jouy en Josas (France) (Accepted 18 January ) ABSTRACT Chevassus, B., Cited by: CHROMOSOME STUDIES ON EIGHT SPECIES OF SCIARA (DIPTERA) WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CHROMOSOME CHANGES OF EVOLUTIONARY SIGNIFICANCE [Miles D McCarthy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Consistent with the relationship, we would like to make you aware of some. Polyploidy is the state of a cell or organism having more than two paired sets of species whose cells have nuclei are diploid, meaning they have two sets of chromosomes—one set inherited from each r, some organisms are polyploid, and polyploidy is especially common in addition, polyploidy occurs in some tissues of animals that are otherwise diploid.
Chromosome preparation involved exposing a growing culture to colchicine. The cells were harvested, flattened, expanded, fixed, and stained. Chromosomes were characterized by selecting metaphase cells from stained preparations of each cell culture, and determining the number of chromosomes per cell and each chromosome's : Bruce B.
McCain. also have twice as many chromosome arms. The modal range of chromosome arms in salmonids is (Phillips and Rab, ), whereas in most teleost species, especially freshwater groups such as the Esociformes, it is (Mank and Avise, ). Recent genetic maps and studies on members of duplicated gene families revealCited by: Geographical isolation has generated a distinct difference between Atlantic salmon of European and North American Atlantic origin.
The European Atlantic salmon generally has 29 pairs of chromosomes and 74 chromosome arms whereas it has been reported that the North American Atlantic salmon has 27 chromosome pairs and an NF of In order to predict the major chromosomal Cited by: In a broader context, handful of studies have provided direct evidence that the emergence of sex chromosomes, or even the sex chromosome turnover itself, might play a major role in reproductive isolation promoting evolutionary divergences and eventually speciation (e.g., Kitano et al., ; Nguyen et al., ), which is evidently the case for Cited by: A comprehensive resource that covers all the aspects of sex control in aquaculture written by internationally-acclaimed scientists Comprehensive in scope, Sex Control in Aquaculture first explains the concepts and rationale for sex control in aquaculture, which serves different purposes.
The most important are: to produce monosex stocks to rear only the fastest-growing sex in some species, to. The whole-genome duplication 80 million years ago of the common ancestor of salmonids (salmonid-specific fourth vertebrate whole-genome duplication, Ss4R) provides unique opportunities to Cited by: Abstract: Fishes exhibit the greatest diversity of species among vertebrates, offering a number of relevant models for genetic and evolutionary studies.
The investigation of sex chromosome differentiation is a very active and striking research area of fish cytogenetics, as .preparation. Family Salmonidae is ideal for studying the effects of WGD as the ancestral salmonid underwent WGD relatively recently, around 65 million years ago, then rediploidized and diversified.
Extensive synteny between orthologous chromosomes occurs in extant salmonids, but each species has both conserved and unique chromosome arm fusions andCited by: 4.