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Genetics and mutagenesis of fish
Ichthyological Symposium on Genetics and Mutagenesis, Neuherberg, Ger., 1972
Symposium held October 13-15, 1972 in Neuherberg, Germany. Includes bibliographies.
|Contributions||Schröder, Johannes Horst, ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 356 p. 132 ill. ;|
|Number of Pages||356|
With the advent of molecular biology and genetic engineering tools, including recombinant DNA, Southern blotting, and later the polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and molecular cytogenetics techniques such as fluorescence in situ hybridization or FISH, human genetics, and molecular approaches led to some of the first elucidation of genic scale Cited by: Clearly K. mar. genetics has its advantages as a vertebrate model of development, such as (1) the shorter cross time of one less generation due to mutagenesis in the hermaphroditic parent and (2) the ability to self-cross F1 individuals and maintain mutant alleles within a few single heterozygous carrier-fish. For example, the > genomes we Cited by: 6.
The Zebrafish: Genetics, Genomics, and Transcriptomics, Fourth Edition, is the latest volume in the Methods in Cell Biology series that looks at methods for the analysis of genetics, genomics, and transcriptomics of Zebrafish. Chapters cover such topics as gene-trap mutagenesis, genetic Screens for mutations, gene editing in zebrafish, homologous gene targeting, genome-wide RNA tomography, and. Fish hatcheries look at genetics for different reasons than huge sizes and catchability. Catfish and trout farms continually select fish for consistent growth rates and resistance to disease. Different markets, different production needs. Since fish farms grow fish at far high population densities than recreational ponds, diseases can become an Author: Bob Lusk.
The book also includes two chapters on genome mapping and embryonic stem cells in medaka, another important model fish. Summarizing the state-of-the-art studies of the zebrafish model and focusing on the molecular aspects of development, this book is a valuable reference for students learning the basic aspects of the zebrafish model, and for. Mutation, an alteration in the genetic material (the genome) of a cell of a living organism or of a virus that is more or less permanent and that can be transmitted to the cell’s or the virus’s descendants. The genomes of organisms are all composed of DNA, whereas viral genomes can be of DNA or RNA.
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Genetics and Mutagenesis of Fish It seems that you're in USA. We Developmental and Biochemical Genetics of Lactate Dehydrogenase Isozymes in Fishes. Pages Genetics and Mutagenesis of Fish Book Subtitle Dedicated to Curt Kosswig on his 70th Birthday Editors. The role of fish in research on genetics and evolution / C.
Kosswig --The sex-determining mechanism of the platyfish, Xiphophorus maculatus / K.D. Kallman --Preliminary report on sex differentiation in germ cells of normal and transplanted gonads in the fish, Oryzias latipes / N. Satoh and N. Egami --Regulation of gene expression in the Gordon. Regulation of the Pigment Cell Arrangements in Species and Interspecies Hybrids of Xiphophorus (Pisces, Poeciliidae) by Cellular Interactions on the Fish Body W.
Get this from a library. Genetics and Mutagenesis of Fish. [Johannes Horst Schröder] Genetics and mutagenesis of fish book The present volume contains papers presented on the occasion of the Ichthyological Symposium on Genetics and Mutagenesis held on October 13 thro at the Biology Institute of the.
: Genetics and Mutagenesis of Fish: Dedicated to Curt Kosswig on his 70th Birthday (): Johannes Horst Schröder: Books. Silver, in Encyclopedia of Genetics, When insertional mutagenesis, rather than the analysis of a particular transgene construct, is the goal of an experiment, one can use alternative experimental protocols that are geared directly toward gene main strategies currently in use are based on the introduction into embryonic stem (ES) cells of β-galactosidase reporter.
I recommend this book to any lecturer or student for introductory fish genetics course. Well book is consisting of practiced and applied lectures.
I bought this book for my students (Sample reference) and every student of fish genetics (BSc-MSc) should have one. Read more. 2 people found this helpful.5/5(3). In the last 30 years, the zebrafish has become a widely used model organism for research on vertebrate development and disease.
Through a powerful combination of genetics and experimental embryology, significant inroads have been made into the regulation of embryonic axis formation, organogenesis, and the development of neural networks. Research with this model has also Cited by: 9. Abstract. Manipulation of chromosomes or chromosome sets is not used in animal breeding although it is a powerful tool in plant genetics.
There seems no reason why such techniques should not be applied to fish breeding where, in contrast to the situation in most animals, the breeder can handle the gametes separately and has some control of the developing zygote after by: Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) is a molecular cytogenetic technique that uses fluorescent probes that bind to only those parts of a nucleic acid sequence with a high degree of sequence was developed by biomedical researchers in the early s to detect and localize the presence or absence of specific DNA sequences on chromosomes.
The Japanese medaka, Oryzias latipes, is a vertebrate teleost model with a long history of genetic research. A number of unique features and established resources distinguish medaka from other vertebrate model systems.
A large number of laboratory strains from different locations are available. Due to a high tolerance to inbreeding, many highly inbred strains have been established, thus Cited by: Introduction. With the completion of the human genome project init was thought that the newly read genetic sequences would bring along a clear explanation of genotype-phenotype relationships.
1 Despite knowing the sequence of the genome, the function of most genes and their contribution to human health or disease are not well understood.
The surge in whole exome and whole genome Author: Louis Y. El Khoury, Jarryd M. Campbell, Karl J. Clark. The present volume contains papers presented on the occasion of the Ichthyological Symposium on Genetics and Mutagenesis held on October 13 thro at the Biology Institute of the Association for Radia- tion and Environmental Research in Neuherberg near Munich, : Large-scale mutagenesis in the zebrafish: in search of genes controlling development in a vertebrate.
Mullins MC(1), Hammerschmidt M, Haffter P, Nüsslein-Volhard C. Author information: (1)Max-Planck-Institut für Entwicklungsbiologie, Tübingen, by: The study of zebrafish as a leading model organism for developmental biology is rapidly expanding.
The growing interest in zebrafish research was paralleled by an increase in tools and methods. Teleost Genetics. (Book Reviews: Genetics and Mutagenesis of Fish. Papers from a symposium, Neuherberg, Germany, Oct. Since the sequencing of the human reference genome, many human disease-related genes have been discovered.
However, understanding the functions of all the genes in the genome remains a challenge. The biological activities of these genes are usually investigated in model organisms such as mice and zebrafish.
Large-scale mutagenesis screens to generate disruptive mutations are Cited by: This book is written in textbook format and presents an overview of different aspects of fish genetics in an understandable and systematic style.
The materials of the book are divided into seven. 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. Fish Population Genetics and Applications of Molecular Markers to Fisheries and Aquaculture: I- Basic Principles of Fish Population Genetics Abstract Fisheries management is getting difficult due to over utilization of fish stocks, pollution and various human activities resulting reduction of File Size: KB.
Genetics, Genomics and Fish Phenomics provides the latest information on the rapidly evolving field of genetics, presenting new medical breakthroughs that are occurring as a result of advances in our knowledge of genetics. The book continually publishes important reviews of the broadest interest to geneticists and their colleagues in affiliated disciplines, critically analyzing future.
Core elements of the mutagenesis assay comprise bi-allelic gene invalidation in somatic mutants, a non-invasive monitoring of thyroid development in live Cited by: Nielen S., Forster BP, Heslop-Harrison JS.
Mutagen effects in the first generation after seed treatment: biological effects of mutation treatments. Chapter 4 In: FAO/IAEA. Manual on Mutation Breeding - Third edition.
Spencer-Lopes MM, Forster BP, Jankuloski L (eds), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, Italy. pp. Free download of whole book.