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A Candidate Gene Association Study for Growth Performance in an Improved Giant Freshwater Prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) Culture Line

H Jung, RE Lyons, Y Li, NM Thanh, H Dinh… – Marine Biotechnology
Abstract A candidate gene approach using type I single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers
can provide an ef- fective method for detecting genes and gene regions that underlie phenotypic
variation in adaptively significant traits. In the absence of available genomic data

[PDF] Host-Parasite Interactions: Marine Bivalve Molluscs and Protozoan parasites, Perkinsus species.

P Soudant, FL Chu, A Volety – Journal of invertebrate pathology, 2013
Protozoan parasites are common pathogens of many marine bivalve molluscs. Due to their
economical and ecological impacts, the interactions of Perkinsus species with several
economically important marine bivalve molluscs have been studied extensively. Perkinsus

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