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Diversity of Brown trout Salmo cf. trutta (L.) in the River Danube basin of Western Balkans as assessed from the structure of their mitochondrial control region haplotypes


Simonović, Predrag; Tošić, Ana; Škraba Jurlina, Dubravka; Nikolić, Vera; Piria, Marina; Tomljanović, Tea; Šprem, Nikica; Mrdak, Danilo; Milošević, Dragana; Bećiraj, Azra et al.
Diversity of Brown trout Salmo cf. trutta (L.) in the River Danube basin of Western Balkans as assessed from the structure of their mitochondrial control region haplotypes // Journal of ichthyology (2017) doi:10.1134/S0032945217040154 (znanstveni, prihvaćen)


Naslov
Diversity of Brown trout Salmo cf. trutta (L.) in the River Danube basin of Western Balkans as assessed from the structure of their mitochondrial control region haplotypes

Autori
Simonović, Predrag ; Tošić, Ana ; Škraba Jurlina, Dubravka ; Nikolić, Vera ; Piria, Marina ; Tomljanović, Tea ; Šprem, Nikica ; Mrdak, Danilo ; Milošević, Dragana ; Bećiraj, Azra ; Dekić, Radosav ; Povž, Metka

Vrsta, podvrsta
Radovi u časopisima, znanstveni

Izvornik
Journal of ichthyology (2017)

Status rada
Prihvaćen

Ključne riječi
Balkan Peninsula ; Black Sea basin ; trout species ; mtDNA ; lineages ; haplotypes ; phylogenetic relationships ; phylogeography

Sažetak
The part of the River Danube basin in the Western Balkans region revealed the remarkable diversity of brown trout assessed using the Control Region (CR) of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) as a molecular marker. The greatest number of brown trout populations holds brown trout of the Da1 haplotype. Particular distinct haplotypes are limited to isolated brown trout stocks. There are haplotypes of Danubian (Da), and those of Atlantic (At), Adriatic (Ad) and marmoratus (MA) lineages introduced there. Phylogenetic relationships inferred between them implicate the plesiomorhic character of Da*Vr, Da*Dž and Da-s6 haplotypes that were resolved as ancestral clades, with the intermediate position between clades holding haplotypes of the non-Danubian lineage and more advanced haplotypes of the Danubian lineage. A uniform rate of evolution was found for all clades. The recent widespread distribution and exclusivity of Da1 haplotype imply its ancestral character among advanced Danubian haplotypes. Populations in the Sava, Drava, Una and Drina samples revealed an expansion, whereas those in the Kupa and Zapadna Morava catchments revealed both stability in size and great differentiation. Gene flow between stocks was found to be negligible.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Biologija

Napomena
ISSN 0032-9452, Journal of Ichthyology, 2017, Vol. 57, No. 4, pp. 603–616. DOI: 10.1134/S0032945217040154



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Ustanove
Agronomski fakultet, Zagreb

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