Cytochrome b

Population genetic diversity and genetic structure of Spodoptera exigua around the Bohai Gulf area of China based on mitochondrial DNA signatures

L. - H. Zhou, Wang, X. - Y., Lei, J. - J., Zhou, L. - H., Wang, X. - Y., and Lei, J. - J., Population genetic diversity and genetic structure of Spodoptera exigua around the Bohai Gulf area of China based on mitochondrial DNA signatures, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

The beet armyworm, Spodoptera exigua (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), is an economically important pest that causes major losses in some main crop-producing areas of China. To control this pest effectively, it is necessary to investigate its population genetic diversity and genetic structure around the Bohai Gulf area of China. In this study, we used two mitochondrial genes, COI (578 bp) and Cytb (724 bp), to investigate its genetic diversity.

Phylogenetic relationships of twenty Gymnothorax species based on cytochrome b sequence data

M. Du, Yin, S. W., Niu, B. Z., Du, M., Yin, S. W., and Niu, B. Z., Phylogenetic relationships of twenty Gymnothorax species based on cytochrome b sequence data, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

To study the phylogenetic relationships of the genus Gymnothorax (moray eels) distributed in South China Sea, polymerase chain reactions were performed, and the amplification products were sequenced by cloning into the PMD18T-vector (TaKaRa). The entire gene sequences encoding cytochrome b (1140 bp) for 16 Gymnothorax (G. flavimarginatus, G. meleagris, G. undulates, G. reticularis, G. reevesi, G. melanospilus, G. rueppeliae, G.

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