utilizing gynogenetic channel catfish at The University of Memphis involved investigation of the complement system and the isolation and characterization of the immunoglubulin molecule (IgM).
For example, because gynogenetic fish inherit genes only from their mothers, they normally are all females.
But the gynogenetic fertilization process also decreases genetic variability within those offspring that do survive, enabling us to more easily select and enhance a particular trait.
Although the techniques of gynogenetic reproduction take just a few minutes to perform, the fertilized eggs must still be allowed to hatch and the hatchlings to grow for 3 to 4 years, to reach sexual maturity and reproduce.
In this study, black spot parasites of the Phoxinus eos-neogaeus gynogenetic cyprinid complex, in Voyageurs National Park, were used to re-test the Red Queen Hypothesis, which suggest that sexual fish have an advantage over clonal fish regarding parasite loads.
Fish from the Gynogenetic Cyprinid complex were collected from 3 drainages in Voyageurs National Park, transported to the lab in oxygenated coolers, and examined.
discus discus were analyzed to reveal their genomic composition and the mechanism by which they become gynogenetic
Viable gynogenetic diploid Mytilus edulis (L) larvae produced by ultraviolet-light irradiation and cytochalasin-b shock.
Induction of gynogenetic diploids and cytological studies in the zhikong scallop, Chlamys farreri.
Aneuploid, triploid, tetraploid and gynogenetic
Pacific oysters are routinely produced (Guo et al.
ABSTRACT The conditions for induction of gynogentic haploids and restoration of gynogenetic
diploids, were studied in the small abalone, Haliotis diversicolor supertexta.
Analysis of genetic heterogeneity among five gynogenetic
clones of silver crucian carp, Carassius auratus gibelio Bloch based on detection of RAPD molecular markers.