2021
DOI: 10.13057/biodiv/d220219
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Genetic differentiation of dengue vector Aedes aegypti in the small geographical scale of Banyumas District, Indonesia based on Cytochrome Oxidase I

Abstract: Abstract. Mohammed MA, Nuryanto A, Kusmintarsih ES. 2021. Genetic differentiation of dengue vector Aedes aegypti in the small geographical scale of Banyumas District, Indonesia based on Cytochrome Oxidase I. Biodiversitas 22: 675-683. Aedes aegypti (Linnaeus, 1762) is a major vector of arboviruses. Currently, Ae. aegypti is spreading throughout the Banyumas District, Central Java, Indonesia and there is little information regarding the genetic variation of this species, yet the information is essential to deve… Show more

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“…This result is consistent with previous decisions on the taxonomic status of the samples, where they showed similar traits as the reference conspecific in the databases. Previous studies reported that a 3% genetic divergence is widely used in animal barcoding as a species border (Hubert et al 2012;Ko et al 2013;Mohammed et al 2021;Riani et al 2021). Several studies have also explored various thresholds as species border during molecular identification from less than 1% to 5% (Cote et al 2013;Aguilar et al 2017: Ha et al 2019Abdalwahhab et al 2020).…”
Section: Taxonomic Status Of Crustacean Larvaementioning
confidence: 99%
“…This result is consistent with previous decisions on the taxonomic status of the samples, where they showed similar traits as the reference conspecific in the databases. Previous studies reported that a 3% genetic divergence is widely used in animal barcoding as a species border (Hubert et al 2012;Ko et al 2013;Mohammed et al 2021;Riani et al 2021). Several studies have also explored various thresholds as species border during molecular identification from less than 1% to 5% (Cote et al 2013;Aguilar et al 2017: Ha et al 2019Abdalwahhab et al 2020).…”
Section: Taxonomic Status Of Crustacean Larvaementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Molecular biology can be used for species identification on the molecular level, which cannot be done at the level of morphological characteristics [33], [34]. At the molecular level, genetic diversity was becoming a challenge for determining the genetic structure and its relationship between environment, human activity, and impact on urbanization [35], also conservation success [36].…”
Section: Molecular Biology As the Key To Bioinformaticsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The negative signs and insignificant Fus' Fs supported the neutral marker and population bottleneck assumption, as shown in Table 2. According to Jong et al (2011) and Mohammed et al (2021), Tajimas' D and Fus' Fs values are calculated based on haplotype and nucleotide variations, respectively. This difference in the data used simply signifies that Fus' Fs values are more sensitive than Tajimas' D in terms of using it for neutral theory testing of the marker.…”
Section: Historical Demography and Genetic Diversitymentioning
confidence: 99%