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Analyses of Genetic Diversities in Chinese Fresh-water Fishes


  1. Department of Biology, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430072
  • Received:1995-12-13 Online:1996-12-20

A wealth of literature has been published in the studies of Chinese fresh-water fish chromisomes within recent years. In this paper, we review the inter- and intraspeeific genetic diversities found in Chinese/resh-water fishes, and explore the characteristics and mechanisms that underline these diversities and variations. We also propose the hypothesis how the genetic diversities had evolved in the fresh-water fishes.

Key words: invasion, introduction, population genetics, gall wasps, Cynipidae

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