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Determinig the Specific Status of the Iberian Sturgeons by Means Genetic Analyses of Old Specimens

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Autor: Robles, Francisca
Cano-Roldán, Belén
Ruiz Rejón, Carmelo
Martínez-González, Luís Javier
Álvarez-Cubero, María Jesús
Lorente, José Antonio
Riquelme Cantal, José A.
Aguayo de Hoyos, Pedro
Carrasco Rus, Javier
Cortés Sánchez, Miguel
Simón Vallejo, María Dolores
Ruiz Rejón, Manuel
Herrán, Roberto de la
Departamento: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Prehistoria y Arqueología
Fecha: 2010
Publicado en: Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, 1, 171-179
Tipo de documento: Artículo
Resumen: To clarify the species status of sturgeon from rivers of the Iberian Peninsula, eight molecular markers (4 nuclear and 4 mitochondrial) have been analysed in different specimens from historical museum samples and prehistoric samples from archaeological sites. These analyses indicate that one of these specimens (UGP captured in the Guadalquivir River in the 19th century) is A. sturio, based on all the eight molecular markers, four of them used from the first time in this study. In previous analyses based on 5 genetic markers, our group assigned two specimens captured in this river in the 1970-80s (EBD8173 and EBD8401) to the species A. naccarii, suggesting the presence of this species in the Iberian Peninsula. In this work, this conclusion is drawn after successfully obtaining a mitochondrial marker in a very old scute from a prehistoric site (Acinipo, about 1500 BC, from the Guadalquivir River basin). On the other hand, in the specimen EBD8174 captured in the Guadalquivir in 1975, we ...
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/42779

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/abb.2010.13024

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