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Phenotypic and genetic variation among some species of shrimps

Author: 
El-Zaeem, S. Y., Zidan, E. M., EL-Wakil, H. M., EL-Dahhar, A. A. and AL-Garary, I. M.
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Abstract: 

Variation in phenotype based on morphometric character indices and meristic counts of different population of shrimps, (Metapenaeus monoceros monoceros, Penaeus vannamei, Penaeus japonicas, Penaeus semesulacatus, Penaeus penicillatus, Penaeus monodon, Penaeus kerathurus), were analyzed phylogenetically to study and compare the amount of differences in phenotypes. The results revealed that there were significant differences (P≤0.05) in most of morphometric character indices and meristic counts among different population tested. The hierarchical cluster analysis based on quantitative phenotype (morphometric character indices and meristic counts), grouped the seven shrimp species into two major category groups; Penaeus vannamei, Penaeus penicillatus, Penaeus monodon and Penaeus semesulacatus species first group and Metapenaeus monoceros monoceros, Penaeus kerathurus and Penaeus japonicas species second group. Within these major grouping, the first group showed that Penaeus vannamei and Penaeus penicillatus were grouped close together. While the second group showed that Metapenaeus monoceros appears to be more phenotypically similar to that Penaeus kerathurus species than that of Penaeus japonicas. Therefore, it was observed in this study that the phenotype analysis based on a large number of morphometric character indices and meristic counts, can be used to discriminate shrimp species and genotype analysis using DNA fingerprint based on microsatellites (simple sequence repeats, SSRs) fingerprinting among seven species of shrimp.

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