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Genetic Diversity and Population Structure of Five Meretrix lamarckii Populations Along the Southeast China Sea

Genetic Diversity and Population Structure of Five Meretrix lamarckii Populations Along the Southeast China Sea

Jiantong Feng, Xueping Wen, Yahong Guo, Yingying Ye*, Jiji Li and Baoying Guo

National Engineering Research Center for Marine Aquaculture, Marine Science and Technology College, Zhejiang Ocean University, No.1 Haida South Road, Changzhi Island, Zhoushan, Zhejiang, 316022, P.R. China

*      Corresponding author: yeyy@zjou.edu.cn

Fig. 1.

Map shows the five geographical locations of M. lamarckii samples collected in this study along the coast of China Sea, i.e. Zhoushan and Wenzhou (Zhejiang Prov.), Zhangpu (Fujian Prov.), Shantou and Zhanjiang (Guangdong Prov.).

Fig. 2.

The haplotypes network of five populations of M. lamarckii (Zhoushan (ZS), Wenzhou (WZ), Zhangpu (ZP), Shantou (ST) and Zhanjiang (ZJ)).

Fig. 3.

UPGMA dendrogram of five M. lamarckii populations based on Nei’s genetic distance in COIII and 12S rRNA gene (Zhoushan (ZS), Wenzhou (WZ), Zhangpu (ZP), Shantou (ST) and Zhanjiang (ZJ)).

Fig. 4.

The STRUCTURE analysis of five populations based on COIII and 12S rRNA (Zhoushan (ZS), Wenzhou (WZ), Zhangpu (ZP), Shantou (ST) and Zhanjiang (ZJ); DeltaK mean the best K value).

Fig. 5.

Nucleotide mismatch distribution of populations of M. lamarckii based on COIII and 12S rRNA genes sequences.

Fig. 6.

Box plot of M. Lamarckii based on COIII and 12S rRNA genes sequences (Zhoushan (ZS), Wenzhou (WZ), Zhangpu (ZP), Shantou (ST) and Zhanjiang (ZJ).

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

August

Vol. 52, Iss. 4, Pages 1225-1630

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