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Application DNA fingerprint analysis for identification of mixed groups of Siberian sturgeon [Acipenser baeri Brandt]

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Zastosowanie analizy genetycznego odcisku palca do separacji mieszanych grup jesiotra syberyjskiego [Acipenser baeri Brandt]
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DNA finferprinting analysis based on microsatellites was applied for separation of mixed gynogenetic offspring of Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baeri) and individuals from commercial production. Variation at 11 microsatellite DNA loci was surveyed for parent of gynogenetic offspring. Thus microsatellite DNA profiles in studied loci were known and this key-point was aplied in segregation analysis of mixed fish. In results 108 individuals of 281 studied were verified as gynogenetic offspring. The present survey of microsatellite variation demonstrated a reliable tool for separation of mixed group of fish.
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W opracowaniu zastosowano analizę genetycznego odcisku palca (DNA fingerprinting) do odseparowania gynogenetycznego potomstwa jesiotra syberyjskiego (Acipenser baeri Brandt) oraz ryb tego samego gatunku pochodzących z komercyjnej produkcji. W badaniach zastosowano 11 par starterów mikrosatelitarnego DNA do identyfikacji profili genetycznych matki gynogenetycznego potomstwa oraz dawcy nasienia. W wyniku przeprowadzonych analiz molekularnych 108 osobników jesiotra syberyjskiego (spośród grupy liczącej 281 osobników) zidentyfikowano jako gynogenetyczne potomstwo posiadające genotyp odziedziczony wyłącznie po matce. Badania ukazują możliwość identyfikacji poszczególnych osobników w mieszanych stadach ryb za pomocą analizy polimorfizmu mikrosatelitarnego DNA.
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24
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3
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169-176
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p.169-176,fig.,ref.
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  • University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Oczapowskiego 5, 10-718 Olsztyn, Poland
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