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Title: Molecular systematics of three tilapiine genera Tilapia, Sarotherodon and Oreochromis using allozyme data
Author(s): Sodsuk, Panom
McAndrew, Brendan
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Keywords: biochemical genetics
genetic distance
Nile tilapia
Issue Date: Dec-1991
Date Deposited: 9-Nov-2012
Citation: Sodsuk P & McAndrew B (1991) Molecular systematics of three tilapiine genera Tilapia, Sarotherodon and Oreochromis using allozyme data. Journal of Fish Biology, 39 (Supplement A), pp. 301-308.
Abstract: Allozyme data from 44 different loci were collected for 15 species from three genera in the tribe Tilapüni. Dendrograms constructed by using both genetic distance and binary coded presence or absence of alleles show that the substrate spawning Tilupiu are consistently separated from the two mouthbrooding genera Surorherodon and Oreochromis. The implications of these findings for the taxonomy of the group and minor rearrangement within the Oreochromis are discussed.
DOI Link: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.1991.tb05093.x
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