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Title: Mitochondrial Genetic Characterization Of Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus Thynnus) From Three Mediterranean (Libya, Malta, Tunisia); And One Atlantic Locations (Gulf Of Cadiz).
Authors: Farrugia, A.F.
Pla, C.
Viñas, J.
Tawil, M.Y.
Hattour, A.
de la Serna, J.M.
ASFA Terms: Tuna fisheries
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: ICCAT
Citation: Collective Volume Of Scientific Papers, 55(3). p. 1282-1288
Abstract: None of the previous genetic analysis found significant differences within the Mediterranean. However, a more exhaustive analysis is needed inside this sea. In this sense, we have analyzed the mitochondrial control region sequence variability of three Mediterranean locations: Libya (n = 22), Tunisia (n = 23) and Malta (n = 12). Additionally a sample from the Gulf of Cadiz (n = 24) in the East Atlantic Ocean was also included in the study. The AMOVA analysis revealed slightly (Fst = 0.013) but significative genetic differences (P < 0.000) for the Malta location, probably due to its small sample size (n = 12). In the other hand, when this location is removed from the analysis, no differences where found among the three remaining location (Fst = 0,005; P = 0,097), neither when they were compared with the previous genetic data from the Mediterranean (Fst = 0,002; P = 0,149).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/792
Related document: www.faocopemed.org/vldocs/0000847/scrs_02_172.pdf
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