Gene Expression and Manipulation in Aquatic Organisms by S. J. Ennion (editor), G. Goldspink (editor)

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The recommendations of molecular biology provide a strong technique of investigating and controlling the genetic foundation of mechanisms working in residing organisms. Genetic study on aquatic animals can show very important info in terms of development, improvement, edition to the surroundings, and the move of novel genes. This quantity provides the most fascinating advances during this speedily increasing quarter, and includes contributions at the evolution of variation to low temperature, edition to temporary fluctuations in temperature and salinity, gene expression in the course of development and improvement, myosin polymorphism and the new release of transgenic fish.

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