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Studies on induced polyploidy in fish.

Richard Frederick Lincoln

Studies on induced polyploidy in fish.

by Richard Frederick Lincoln

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Published by University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of East Anglia, School of Biological Sciences, 1976.

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Open LibraryOL13845640M

Polyploidy was my special area of study during my Ph.D. thesis. Interestingly, it makes a great deal of difference how a polyploid arises. If somatic (body) cells are treated with the chemical called colchicine, cell division is disrupted, resulting in chromosome doubling – but no new information arises. Speciation is the evolutionary process by which populations evolve to become distinct biologist Orator F. Cook coined the term in for cladogenesis, the splitting of lineages, as opposed to anagenesis, phyletic evolution within lineages. Charles Darwin was the first to describe the role of natural selection in speciation in his book On the Origin of Species.

  POLYPLOIDY IN FLOWER CROPS 1, J.P. YADAV Department of Horticulture, College of Agriculture, Pune India Abstract Abstract Polyploidy breeding is an effective method. Polyploidy. The occurrence of related forms possessing chromosome numbers which are multiples of a basic number (n), the haploid having 3n chromosomes are triploids; 4n, tetraploids; 5n, pentaploids, and so lyploids are forms derived by the multiplication of chromosomes from a single diploid organism.

Induced Breeding with Pituitary Gland Extraction from Fish. The fish production from inland water which are essentially culture fisheries and are less capital intensive have growth rate at present when compared to marine fisheries which are essentially capture and are . Chromosome set and sex manipulation methods: hormonal sex reversal, induced gynogenesis, androgenesis, polyploidy. Cytogenetics of fish reproduction, natural gynogenesis, distant hybridization. Inheritance of qualitative morphological traits, DNA markers and their application, and induced spawning of .


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Studies on induced polyploidy in fish by Richard Frederick Lincoln Download PDF EPUB FB2

This project includes genetic studies, which are aimed at the production of sterile fish by using induced project has two objectives. The first objective is to study gonad development and functional fertility of triploid koi in order to evaluate their sterility, which is a.

Given the importance of polyploidy (especially allopolyploidy) in plant speciation (Leitch & Bennett, ), it is also notable that orders of fishes that are known to include polyploid forms are also, broadly speaking, among the most species-rich (for instance, the Perciformes, with species, and the Cypriniformes, with species).In fact, of 24 extant fish species in 57 orders Cited by: Polyploidy is the state of a cell or organism having more than two paired sets of oidy refers to a numerical change in a whole set of chromosomes.

Most species whose cells have nuclei are diploid, meaning they have two sets of chromosomes—one set inherited from each r, some organisms are polyploid, and polyploidy is especially common in plants.

Introduction. Sexual maturation usually results in decreased body growth rates since fish divert their energy towards gonadal development. In modern finfish aquaculture, high growth rates cause captive animals to reach puberty earlier than their wild conspecifics (Thorpe, ), and occur during the grow out phase, where high costs of production in food and labour are incurred, and before Cited by: 17 Polyploidy in Fish and the Teleost Genome Duplication arm (Hsa16q) has orthologs and co-orthologs on Dre7 and Dre18, includi ng co-orthologs of CDH 1 and many other Studies on induced polyploidy in fish.

book. Key Results. There was a very significant increase in fruit size in induced autotetraploids of different genotypes of A. the commercially important diploid cultivar ‘Hort16A’, most regenerants, Type A plants, had fruit which were much the same shape as fruit of the diploid but, at the same fruit load, were much larger and by: Polyploidy can be induced in plants by exposing their certain parts, such as vegetative buds and flower buds, to radiations of shorter wavelengths, ultraviolet rays, x-rays, gamma-rays.

Irradiation increases the rate of cell division and also causes the multiplication of chromosome number (somatic doubling of chromosomes). By Injury.

Polyploidy is seen in many angiosperm plant species, and the related diploid species can be readily identified. More than 50% of all plants are obvious polyploids, while detailed studies are showing that many other species are crypto- or paleopolyploids.

Polyploidy. Previous studies suggested that vertebrate ancestors had two polyploid events (Panopoulou and Poustka ), with successive polyploidy in amphibians and fish (Mable et al. Polyploidy, the multiplication of entire setsof chromosomes beyond the normal set of two,has occurred extensively, independently, and isoften repeated in many groups of fish, from thesharks to the higher teleosts.

While there areseveral ways that a polyploid fish can develop,environmental change and hybrid stabilizationmay play a large role in the initiation of anew polyploid by:   Abstract. The cytokinesis block in vitro micronucleus (MN) assay in combination with CREST staining and fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) with chromosome-specific DNA probes allows mechanistic information on the induction of numerical chromosomal aberrations to be obtained through a rapid and simple microscopic analysis.

These techniques can now be used to investigate Cited by: Polyploidy may be induced in plants by exposing their certain parts, such as vegetative buds and flower buds, to radiations of shorter wavelengths, ultraviolet rays. X-rays, gamma-rays.

Irradiation increases the rate of cell division and also causes the multiplication of. From these two studies one might infer (a) that polyploidy is a condition that occurs frequently and accidentally but does not generally lead to further speciation events after polyploidization, (b) that evolutionary success of neopolyploids is possible but not the norm and (c) that extinction of recently formed species occurs more frequently Cited by: Abstract.

Possible ways of polyploid speciation in fish are analysed. According to this analysis, the autopolyploid origin of bisexual species seems to be practically improbable, whereas their allopolyploid origin is quite probable, as it has been confirmed by data on reticular speciation in vertebrates and experimental crossings in by: Genetics and Fish Breeding provides a thorough review of this important subject, highlighting species which are bred commercially, such as salmon, trout, carp and goldfish.

The author, who is an acknowledged expert in this subject, has drawn together a wealth of information, providing a book which should be bought by all fish biologists.

Among animals, polyploidy is often observed in bony fish and amphibians. In general, there is a genetic bias for even ploidy numbers. Critters with an uneven number of sets usually cannot produce.

A few hundred cases of polyploidy are known in insects, reptiles, amphibians, crustaceans, fish, and other "lower" animals. Polyploidy can often be induced in these creatures; something called Author: Jennifer Frazer.

Induced changes in chromosomes are referred to as Polyploidy breeding. The method of breeding is entirely dependent on the regulation of chromosome pairing and recombination.

The strategies used for such breeding techniques depend on the origin. There are several different methods used for induction of polyploidy for commercial applications. The use of UV irradiation has also been evaluated to inactivate the DNA of exposed gametes for the application of induced gynogenesis and androgenesis.

Triploidy in the European sea bass results in gonadal sterility in both sexes, which can be of advantage for its production in aquaculture although, only in larger fish, it may represent a Cited by: 1.

Polyploidy can produce different phenotypes that might provide a survival advantage and so increase reproductive success for the polyploids Allopolyploids can result in hybrid vigour (= they often grow larger and faster, produce more flowers and fruit, and are more able to tolerate harsh conditions) which gives them a survival advantage and allows them to occupy different habitats/ecological.

Graduate-level students also prepare a review paper directed towards a more detailed examination of one topic in fish genetics.

This online course presents an overview of fish genetics. The emphasis will be on practical applications for aquaculture and fisheries management.These coordinated studies of the effects of polyploidy on interactions with insect herbivores and pollinators indicate that polyploidy certainly affects patterns of attack and visitation, respectively, and suggest that these effects may differ even among closely related species of herbivores (e.g.

Greya politella and G. piperella).Cited by: Bangladesh}. Fish. Res., 2(1), Manipulation of chromosomes in fish: review of various techniques and their implications in aquaculture M.G. Hussain Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute, Freshwater Station MymensinghBangladesh Abstract Human ingenuity has made it possible to advent the chromosome manipulationFile Size: KB.