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Geographic Variations of Three Fulvia mutica Populations
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  • Journal title : The Korean Journal of Malacology
  • Volume 29, Issue 3,  2013, pp.163-169
  • Publisher : The Malacological Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.9710/kjm.2013.29.3.163
 Title & Authors
Geographic Variations of Three Fulvia mutica Populations
Kang, Seo-Kyeong; Yoon, Jong-Man;
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 Abstract
In the present study, the seven primers BION-33, BION-34, BION-37, BION-41, BION-44, BION-45 and BION-42 generated the total number of loci, average number of loci per lane and specific loci in Hongseong, Yeosu and Goheung population of F. mutica, respectively. 7 primers generated 19 specific loci in the Hongseong population, 29.3 in the Yeosu population and 23.1 in the Goheung population, respectively. Especially, the decamer primer BION-37 generated 7 unique loci to each population, which were identifying each population, approximately 700 bp in Hongseong population. In this study, the dendrogram obtained by the seven primers indicates three genetic clusters: cluster 1 (HONGSEONG 01-HONGSEONG 07), cluster 2 (YEOSU 08-YEOSU 14) and cluster 3 (GOHEUNG 15-GOHEUNG 21). Among the twenty one cockles, the shortest genetic distance that displayed significant molecular differences was between individuals 17 and 19 from the Goheung population (genetic distance = 0.051), while the longest genetic distance among the twenty-one cockle individuals that displayed significant molecular differences was between individuals HONGSEONG no. 03 and YEOSU no. 12 (genetic distance = 0.616). Relatively, individuals of YEOSU population were fairly closely related to that of GOHEUNG population. Ultimately, PCR fragments revealed of in this study may be useful as a DNA marker the three geographic populations to distinguish.
 Keywords
Cockles;Fulvia mutica;Genetic distance;Geographic variations;Specific loci;
 Language
English
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