Manual on Application of Molecular Tools in Aquaculture and Inland Fisheries Management: Conceptual basis of population genetic approaches
9 March 2007 | Thuy Nguyen, David Hurwood, Peter Mather, Uthairat Na-Nakorn, Wongpathom Kamonrat and Devin Bartley | 346 Downloads | .pdf | 1.33 MB | Genetics and biodiversity
The aim of this manual is to provide a comprehensive practical tool for the generation and analysis of genetic data for subsequent application in aquatic resources management in relation to genetic stock identification in inland fisheries and aquaculture. The material only covers general background on genetics in relation to aquaculture and fisheries resource management, the techniques and relevant methods of data analysis that are commonly used to address questions relating to genetic resource characterisation and population genetic analyses. Part 1: Conceptual basis of population genetic approaches: will provide a basic foundation on genetics in general, and concepts of population genetics. Issues on the choices of molecular markers and project design are also discussed.
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