Analysis of genetic structure of the Ukrainian carps of scaled and framed breeds
Journal Title: Problems of Environmental Biotechnology - Year 2012, Vol 2, Issue 1
The analysis of genetic structure of carps Ukrainian framed and scaled breeds has been carried out. With help of six genetic-biochemical systems was find out breed specificity of carps genetic structure. Excess of heterozygotic genotypes by loci ALB, MDH, ME, CA was established.
Authors and Affiliations
Ю. М. Глушко, С. І. Тарасюк
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How To Cite
Ю. М. Глушко, С. І. Тарасюк (2012). Analysis of genetic structure of the Ukrainian carps of scaled and framed breeds. Problems of Environmental Biotechnology, 2(1), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-31547