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Levels and patterns of population genetic diversity in the red seaweed <em>Chondrus crispus </em>(Florideophyceae): a direct comparison of single nucleotide polymorphisms and microsatellites

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  • Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (Snps) Are Predicted To Supersede Microsatellites As The Marker Of C
  • To Date
  • However
  • Very Few Studies Have Directly Compared Both Marker Systems In Natural Populations
  • Particularly In Non-Model Organisms
  • In The Present Study
  • We Compared The Utility Of Snps And Microsatellites For Population Genetic Analysis Of The Red Seawe
  • Six Snp Loci Yielded Very Different Patterns Of Intrapopulation Genetic Diversity Compared To Those
  • 2 Alleles) Polymorphic Microsatellite Loci
  • Although Bayesian Clustering Analysis Gave Largely Congruent Results Between The Two Marker Classes
  • A Weak But Significant Pattern Of Isolation-By-Distance Was Observed Across Scales From A Few Hundre
  • Over Larger Scales
  • However
  • There Was Little Correlation Between Genetic Divergence And Geographical Distance
  • Our Findings Suggest That Even A Moderate Number Of Snps Is Sufficient To Determine Patterns Of Gene
  • And Also Highlight The Fact That Patterns Of Genetic Variation In Seaweeds Arise Through A Complex I
  • As Well As Anthropogenic Influence
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  • Education

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