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Comparative analysis of muscle nutrient in two types of hybrid bream and native bream

Distant hybridization can integrate parental advantages to produce new varieties, which may also improve the fish meat quality. Fish is considered to be one of the healthiest meats because it can provide...

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A new type of hybrid golden pompano “Chenhai No.1” produced by the hybridization of (Trachinotus ovatus ♀ × Trachinotus blochii ♂) ♀ × T. ovatus ♂

Distant hybridization is a traditional and effective technology in fish genetic breeding. In this study, we reported a new type of golden pompano (Named as Chenhai No.1) produced by the distant hybridization...

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Exogenous paternal mitochondria rescue hybrid incompatibility and the destiny of exogenous mitochondria

The mitochondria of most organisms follow strict maternal inheritance, and the mechanism of elimination of paternal mitochondria is unclear. Our previous studies showed that the paternal mtDNA presented...

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Androgen receptor α peak expression in retina rather than gonad of Hainan medaka, Oryzias curvinotus

Androgen is a member of the sex steroid hormones family which plays an important role in the development and maturation of the vertebrate reproductive system. The physiological function of androgens...

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The isolation of a novel Streptomyces termitum and identification its active substance against fish pathogens

The emerging outbreak of bacterial diseases poses a major threat to the aquaculture industry, and the abuse of antibiotics leads to the emergence of drug-resistant pathogens; hence, the development...

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Culture conditions for in vitro maturation of oocytes – A review

The maturation of oocytes external to the body is referred to IVM and is utilised by many different species. IVM bypasses traditional superovulation methods, where several hormonal injections are administered....

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Duplicated Tyr disruption using CRISPR/Cas9 reveals melanophore formation in Oujiang color common carp (Cyprinus carpio var. color)

Gene duplication plays an important role in the regulation of biological traits. The Tyr inactivation have been confirmed to hinder melanin synthesis, but the research of duplicated Tyr function and...

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OsFH13, a type I formin, is indispensable for rice morphogenesis

Actin binding proteins regulate plant morphogenesis by regulating actin dynamics and formins affect plant morphogenesis by modulating cytoskeleton dynamics. However, the roles of formins in rice morphogenesis...

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Small RNA in plant meiosis and gametogenesis

Small RNAs are short non-coding nucleotides and regulate various biological processes in eukaryotes. During past decades, numerous studies have demonstrated the biogenesis of small RNAs and their modes...

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Production of a diploid hybrid with fast growth performance derived from the distant hybridization of Hypophthalmichthys nobilis (female) × Megalobrama amblycephala (male)

Based on the distant hybridization derived from Hypophthalmichthys nobilis (bighead carp, BIC, 2n ​= ​48) (♀) ​× ​Megalobrama amblycephala (blunt snout bream, BSB, 2n ​= ​48) (♂), we obtained a novel...

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OsGAMYBL2 is required for pollen maturation and germination in rice

The reproductive development process of rice is not only important for basic developmental biology research, but also of great benefit to production practice. However, current understanding of the reproductive...

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Bioinformatic and functional analyses reveal the expansion base of the rice polyketide synthase III superfamily and the synergistic roles of OsPKS1 and OsPKS2 in male reproduction

Type III polyketide synthase (PKS III) superfamily members are involved in plant secondary metabolism, which is important for plant development and resistance to biological and abiotic stress. However,...

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Studies on the artificial propagation of hybrid bream in brackish water

Hybrid bream (BBTB) is a high-quality bream derived from a hybrid lineage of blunt snout bream (Megalobrama amblycephala, 2n ​= ​48, BSB, ♀) ​× ​topmouth culter (Culter alburnus, 2n ​= ​48, TC, ♂)....

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The formation and biological characterization of two allotriploid fish derived from interploid crosses

Interploid cross is regularly observed in plants and often results in phenotypic changes, including reduced fertility and heterosis. Yet few triploids have been observed in animals due to the rare coexistence...

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Reproductive and immuno-biochemical response of silver barb (Barbonymus gonionotus) fed dietary l-tryptophan

Tryptophan (Trp) influences several physiological functions, including reproduction, stress and immune function in fishes. The present study investigates the effect of dietary Trp supplementation on...

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Characterization and comparison of lipids in Camellia oleifera kernels of XL210 and XL1 based on LC-MS/MS

Camellia oleifera is a unique edible oil tree species in China and one of the four major woody oil tree species in the world. Its products are widely used in forestry, agriculture and fishery, medicine,...

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Comparative transcriptome preliminary reveals the molecular mechanism of the growth rate of Procambarus clarkii

The red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) is a well-known invasive species. It has become one of the most important freshwater aquaculture resources in China. In this study, we reported the karyotype...

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Designed ABA receptor agonists: A new tool to improve crop quality

Unfriendly environments like drought, cold or any other properties stress lead to a certain reduction of crop yield and quality. Abscisic acid (ABA), as an important plant hormone, plays a very important...

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Interactions between mitochondrial and nuclear genomes and co-regulation of mitochondrial and nuclear gene expression in reciprocal intergeneric hybrids between Carassius auratus red var. × Cyprinus carpio L.

Genetic interactions between nuclear and mitochondrial genomes always play an important role in growth and development. However, it is not feasible to directly perform these studies in some animals....

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The rapid variation of Hox clusters reveals a clear evolutionary path in a crucian carp-like homodiploid fish lineage

The surprising variation in the number of Hox clusters and genome structure in ray-finned fish lineages reflects the history of duplications and subsequent lineage-specific gene loss. However, there...

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Inter-relations of brain neurosteroids and monoamines towards reproduction in fish

Reproduction is the physiological process which results in the sustainability of the species and brain has been the commanding organ of reproduction. In general, reproduction is governed by hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal...

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Effect of food domestication on the growth of Elopichthys bambusa

Elopichthys bambusa is an economically important freshwater fish with high nutritional value. In this study, we compared domesticated and wild fish at the physiological, biochemical, histological, and...

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SLC24A5 plays fundamental roles in regulating melanophore development in Cyprinidae fish

The mechanism of color pattern formation in animals is complicated. Oujiang color common carp (Cyprinus carpio var. color) is an excellent fish model for studying the molecular mechanism of pigmentation....

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Induction of gynogenesis by heterogenous sperm and cold shock treatment in Epinephelus fuscoguttatus

Gynogenesis is a chromosome set manipulation technique to accelerate inbred lines used for genomics analysis and genetic breeding. Groupers are hermaphroditic fish whereby they sexually mature as females...

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Genome-wide association analysis reveals genetic variations and candidate genes associated with growth-related traits and condition factor in Takifugu bimaculatus

Takifugu bimaculatus is a new breed of pufferfish that has emerged in the recent twenty years. As a euryhaline species, the habitat of T. bimaculatus ranges from the Yangtze River estuary to the South...

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