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The strategies of molecular biology provide a robust technique of investigating and controlling the genetic foundation of mechanisms working in residing organisms. Genetic examine on aquatic animals can display very important info when it comes to progress, improvement, version to the surroundings, and the move of novel genes. This quantity offers the most fascinating advances during this swiftly increasing quarter, and comprises contributions at the evolution of edition to low temperature, variation to temporary fluctuations in temperature and salinity, gene expression in the course of development and improvement, myosin polymorphism and the iteration of transgenic fish.

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