2012
DOI: 10.1007/s10499-012-9545-1
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Population genetics of cobia (Rachycentron canadum) in the Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea: fisheries management implications

Abstract: Population genetics has been recognized as a key component of policy development for fisheries and conservation management and aquaculture development. This study aims to evaluate the genetic diversity and population structure of native cobia (Rachycentron canadum) in the Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea, establishing the existing population distributions and contributing information to aid in the development of policy, prior to extensive aquaculture development. Microsatellite analysis of natural cobia popula… Show more

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“…Similar findings were also observed in NJ tree analyses. These results are consistent with assumptions made by Phinchongsakuldit et al (2013) that homogeneity of cobia stocks may range across countries (Myanmar, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Cambodia, and Vietnam).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 92%
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“…Similar findings were also observed in NJ tree analyses. These results are consistent with assumptions made by Phinchongsakuldit et al (2013) that homogeneity of cobia stocks may range across countries (Myanmar, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Cambodia, and Vietnam).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 92%
“…Moreover, a significant genetic differentiation has been detected in the northern coasts of Persian Gulf and Oman sea by means of microsatellite analysis (Salari et al, 2009). However, there are also reports indicating no marked genetic differentiation over the long geographic barrier in the Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea (Phinchongsakuldit et al, 2013). It is important to clarify the population structure of cobia for genetic stock structuring of this species which may help in genetic improvement programmes in near future.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Pritchard et al 2000) and increasingly popular (e.g. Lee et al 2010;Martien et al 2012;Phinchongsakuldit et al 2013).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Large scale aquaculture production of cobia began in Taiwan in the 1970"s; grow-out from wild-caught fingerlings began in 1993-1995; the first captive reproduction occurred in 1994; and the first mass production commenced in 1997 (Liao et al, 2004;Nhu et al, 2011). At least 23 countries now grow cobia (FAO, 2009;2012;Phinchongsakuldit et al, 2013), with total production increasing from 9 tons in 1997 to >30,000 tons in 2007 (FAO, 2009;2012).…”
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confidence: 99%