Edited By: G Carvalho and TJ Pitcher
160 pages, 9 illus
Molecular genetic methods employ inherited, discrete and stable markers to identify genotypes that characterize individuals, populations or species. These data can provide information on the levels and distribution of genetic variability in fish in relation to mating patterns, population size, life history, migration and the environment.
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