Download PDF by Zhanjiang (John) Liu: Aquaculture Genome Technologies

By Zhanjiang (John) Liu

ISBN-10: 0813802032

ISBN-13: 9780813802039

Genomics is a quickly growing to be medical box with purposes starting from more advantageous sickness resistance to elevated fee of development. Aquaculture Genome applied sciences comprehensively covers the sphere of genomics and its functions to the aquaculture undefined. This quantity appears to be like to bridge the space among a easy realizing of genomic know-how to its useful use within the aquaculture undefined.

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Molecular Species Identification of Spiny Lobster Phyllosoma Larvae of the Genus Panulirus from the Northwestern Pacific. Mar Biotechnol, Mar 29 (Epub ahead of print). Cunningham CO. 2002. Molecular diagnosis of fish and shellfish diseases: present status and potential use in disease control. Aquaculture, 206, pp. 19–55. de los Angeles Barriga-Sosa I, MY Pérez-Ramírez, F Soto-Aguirre, M Castillo-Rivera, and JL Arredondo-Figueroa. 2005. Inter-specific variation of the mitochondrial r16S gene among silversides, “Peces Blancos” (Atherinopsidae: Menidiinae) and its utilization for species identification.

Gross R, K Kohlmann, and P Kersten. 2002. ). Aquaculture, 204, pp. 507–516. Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (RFLP) 19 Gross R and J Nilsson. 1999. ) and its association with weight among the offspring of a hatchery stock. Aquaculture, 173, pp. 73–80. Hansen MM, K-LD Mensberg, G Rasmussen, and V Simonsen. 1997. ) hatchery strains, assessed by PCR-RFLP analysis of mitochondrial DNA segments. Aquaculture, 153, pp. 15–29. Klinbunga S, B Khamnamtong, N Puanglarp, P Jarayabhand, W Yoosukh, and P Menasveta.

Two factors significantly influence the fidelity of PCR—the length of the PCR primers and the annealing temperature. Generally speaking, the longer the PCR primer and the higher the annealing temperature, the higher the fidelity of the PCR reactions. Most often, however, PCR primers longer than 17 bp, and with an annealing temperature above 55°C, are sufficient to produce reasonably high fidelity for PCR. The third step of PCR is the extension of the annealed primers to synthesize new DNA. Once the extension is complete to the end of the template, PCR finishes its first cycle, and the original single molecule has been copied into two molecules.

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