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Growth and Mortality Patterns of the Eastern Oyster Crassostrea virginica in Impacted Waters in Coastal Waters in New York, USA

J Levinton, M Doall, B Allam – Journal of Shellfish Research, 2013
ABSTRACT We monitored cage-based populations of the eastern oyster Crassostrea
virginica in coastal waters of New York Harbor in 2 phases of sampling, 1 with localities
spread out over the New York-New Jersey Harbor area (started 2008) and another with 3 

SNP discovery and gene annotation in the surf clam Mesodesma donacium

C Gallardo‐Escárate, V Valenzuela‐Muñoz… – Aquaculture Research, 2013
Abstract The main objective of this research was to identify single-nucleotide polymorphisms
(SNPs) from an Expressed Sequences Tags (EST) data set generated by 454 
pyrosequencing in the soft clam Mesodesma donacium. A total of 180 159 ESTs were

SNP development from RNA‐seq data in a nonmodel fish: how many individuals are needed for accurate allele frequency prediction?

C Schunter, JC Garza, E Macpherson, M Pascual – Molecular Ecology Resources, 2013
Abstract Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are rapidly becoming the marker of
choice in population genetics due to a variety of advantages relative to other markers,
including higher genomic density, data quality, reproducibility and genotyping efficiency,

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