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- Nuryanto, Agus, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Marine ecology 2017 v.38 no.1
- Tridacna crocea; clams; cytochrome-c oxidase; gene flow; genetic analysis; genetic markers; heterozygosity; inbreeding; loci; microsatellite repeats; mitochondria; mitochondrial DNA; nuclear genome; null alleles; population growth; population structure; Indian Ocean; Java Sea
- ... Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is a single, usually non‐recombining locus, and often uniparentally inherited. Therefore, its ability to reveal recent gene flow among populations is usually questioned. In this study, the genetic population structure of 16 populations of Tridacna crocea (n = 366) from the Indo‐Malay Archipelago (IMA) was examined with 10 microsatellite markers and compared to previous st ...
- Nuryanto, Agus, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Journal of biogeography 2018 v.45 no.4 pp. 848-858
- Tridacna maxima; clams; cytochrome-c oxidase; data collection; gene flow; genetic variation; larvae; life history; mitochondria; mitochondrial DNA; models; population structure; probability; sympatry; Australia; Indo-Australian Archipelago; Indonesia; Kiribati; Papua New Guinea; Philippines; Solomon Islands; Taiwan
- ... AIM: The aim of this study was to test historical and contemporary influences on population structure in the giant clams, Tridacna maxima (Röding, 1798) and T. crocea (Lamarck, 1819). To refine the location of clade boundaries within a newly resurrected species, Tridacna noae (Röding, 1798). LOCATION: Indo‐Australian archipelago, including Indonesia, the Philippines, Australia, Papua New Guinea, t ...
- NURYANTO, AGUS, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Molecular ecology 2008 v.17 no.17 pp. 3775-3787
- Tridacna crocea; clams; cytochrome-c oxidase; gene flow; genes; population structure; species diversity; Indian Ocean; Indonesia; South China Sea
- ... Even though the Indo-Malay Archipelago hosts the world's greatest diversity of marine species, studies on the genetic population structure and gene flow of marine organisms within this area are rather rare. Consequently, not much is known about connectivity of marine populations in the Indo-Malay Archipelago, despite the fact that such information is important to understand evolutionary and ecolog ...