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We identified DNA markers linked to sex determining genes in six closely related species of tilapiine fishes. The mode of sex determination differed among species. In Oreochromis karongae and Tilapia mariae the sex-determining locus is on linkage gro...
In the tilapia species group, the major sex determining factors have been located on Linkage Group 1 (LG1), on a small chromosome (Chr) pair in Oreochromis niloticus, on LG3 (the largest Chr pair) in O. aureus or on both, depending on populations/str...
Nile tilapia has primarily a XX/XY sex determining system but minor genetic factors as well as temperature can override the major factors. Female XX progenies can be sex-reversed into functional males by rearing at high temperatures (>34 °C) from 10 ...
Background: The Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) is the second most farmed fish species worldwide. It is also an important model for studies of fish physiology, particularly because of its broad tolerance to an array of environments. It is a good...
Background: Large collections of expressed sequence tags (ESTs) are a fundamental resource for analysis of gene expression and annotation of genome sequences. We generated 116,899 ESTs from 17 normalized and two non-normalized cDNA libraries represen...
Anti-müllerian hormone (AMH) is expressed in male embryos and represses development of müllerian ducts during testis differentiation in mammals, birds and reptiles. Amh orthologues have been identified in teleosts despite them lacking müllerian ducts...
La carpe est le premier poisson de pisciculture à Madagascar ; sa population est issue d'introductions dont la première date de 1912. Partant d'un souci de recenser les ressources génétiques actuelles de cette espèce d'élevage au niveau national, des...