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Salmonid genetic study by William K. Hershberger

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Published by University of Washington in [Seattle] .
Written in English


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StatementWilliam K. Hershberger.
The Physical Object
Pagination64 leaves :
Number of Pages64
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Open LibraryOL14232411M

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Abstracts Coastwide Salmonid Genetics Meeting Oral Presentations (in alphabetical order by first author’s last name) 1. A geographic and genomic survey of variation at the GREB1L region in Oncorhynchus mykiss Eric C. Anderson, Martha Arciniega, Ellen Campbell, Anthony J. Clemento, John Carlos Garza, Ben F. In salmonid fish, a strong red color of the flesh is important for consumer color in wild salmonids comes from the absorption of oxygenated carotenoids from the diet and their deposition in the muscle tissue. In farmed Atlantic salmon, astaxanthin is added to the feed during seawater growth in order to achieve a final concentration in the flesh of 4–10 mg kg −1 wet mass. During this meeting we limited our discussion to salmonid fishes. However, the general conclusions about the factors that affect the population dynamics of fish stocks and the technical aspects concerning the preservation of germ plasm will be applicable to other fish species. The aims of this study were i) to dissect the genetic architecture of resistance to P. salmonis in CS, AS, and RT using SNP and phenotype data modeled together using Bayesian GWAS approach, ii) to identify genomic regions involved in P. salmonis resistance among the three salmonid species, and iii) to identify candidate genes associated with P Cited by: 2.

to disease resistance in salmonid species, from both a genetic and genomic perspective, with emphasis in the applicability of disease resistance traits into breeding programs in salmonids. As the human population increases and nations become more industrialized, the habitat and water quality required for the survival of fish continues to decline. In addition to these environmental factors, fish populations are directly or potentially affected by harvesting, enhancement programs and. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE – Vol. III – Salmonid Fish: Biology, Conservation Status, and Economic Importance of Wild and Cultured Stocks - William Pennell, Patrick Prouzet ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) 1. Introduction Classification Here, we introduce the terms “family Salmonidae” and “sub-family Salmoninae.”. 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 Class: Actinopterygii.

Excitingly, precise genome editing methods in salmonids are maturing rapidly, opening up new avenues to rapidly study the genetic basis of salmonid phenotypes. This Special Issue aims to gather leading articles that advance our understanding of salmonid biology by exploiting genetics and genomics across the full breadth of interest areas. Rather than go directly to genome sequencing, our approach was first to develop genomic resources that could be used by the salmonid community at large to investigate salmonid biology. Genetic (Danzmann et al. ; Lien et al. ) and physical maps (Ng et al. ) have been generated, and these have been integrated with the karyotype Cited by: 4.   The team characterized a Whole Genome Duplication (WGD) event, or mutation, that occurred in 80 million years ago, the fourth in the salmonid . Elena A. Salmenkova is the author of Salmonid Fishes: Population Biology, Genetics and Management, published by Wiley. Vladimir T. Omelchenko is the author of Salmonid Fishes: Population Biology, Genetics and Management, published by by: