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    The tench Tinca tinca is a freshwater species with human-mediated translocations, aquaculture interest and limited information on its genetic structure. mtDNA sequencing analysis of control region and two genes in 50 individuals from five European populations identified two phylogroups, with greater variability than that reported until now, and a hybridization zone in the Danube River region. Restriction analyses of additional samples reveal the complicated genetic structure characteristics of tench's wild and translocated populations, supporting future breeding practices. © 2020 The Fisheries Society of the British Isles.


    Nikoleta Karaiskou, Konstantinos Gkagkavouzis, Stella Minoudi, Dimitrios Botskaris, Kyriaki Markou, Stavros Kalafatakis, Efthimia Antonopoulou, Alexandros Triantafyllidis. Genetic structure and divergence of tench Tinca tinca European populations. Journal of fish biology. 2020 Sep;97(3):930-934

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