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Title: Lack of relationship between morphological variance and enzyme heterozygosity in the plaice, pleuronectes platessa
Authors: McAndrew, Brendan
Ward, Robert D
Beardmore, John A
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Issue Date: Feb-1982
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
Citation: McAndrew B, Ward RD & Beardmore JA (1982) Lack of relationship between morphological variance and enzyme heterozygosity in the plaice, pleuronectes platessa, Heredity, 48 (1), pp. 117-125.
Abstract: The hypothesis that enzyme heterozygosity is associated with decreased morphological variance was tested using eight polymorphic loci and three meristic characters in large samples of the plaice, Pleuronectes platessa. The hypothesis was not corroborated and the conclusion drawn that such a relationship although observed by several other workers may not be a general one.
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Affiliation: Aquaculture
Loughborough University
Swansea University

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