By Zhanjiang (John) Liu
Genomics is a quickly starting to be clinical box with functions starting from stronger sickness resistance to elevated price of progress. 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 distance among a easy realizing of genomic know-how to its functional use within the aquaculture undefined.
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1999, Yue et al. 2002). In addition to identification of species, strains, lines, and populations, RAPD markers have been extensively used in the model fish species such as zebrafish (Johnson et al. 1994). 1). However, as more efficient and reliable marker systems such as AFLP emerged, the use of RAPD markers in genome research declined rapidly. Due to the intrinsic problems as discussed under its weaknesses, the use of RAPD for future genome characterization of aquaculture species should be limited.
1998) and marine algae (van Oppen et al. 1996), analysis of genetic impact of environmental stressors (Bagley et al. 2001), and analysis of genetic diversity (Wolfus et al. 1997, Hirschfeld et al. 1999, Yue et al. 2002). In addition to identification of species, strains, lines, and populations, RAPD markers have been extensively used in the model fish species such as zebrafish (Johnson et al. 1994). 1). However, as more efficient and reliable marker systems such as AFLP emerged, the use of RAPD markers in genome research declined rapidly.
In closed aquaculture systems where the number of founders of the broodstock population is limited, RAPD may provide some rapid ways for association analysis of traits with markers. After the initial identification of the RAPD markers, it is highly recommended that the marker be converted into SCAR markers (sequence characterized amplified region) for further analysis. In spite of very limited uses of RAPD for longterm genome research, it is a useful marker system for rapid hybrid identification and strain identification commonly encountered in aquaculture breeding operations.
Aquaculture Genome Technologies by Zhanjiang (John) Liu