Population structure, biochemical adaptation and systematics in temperate marine fishes of the genera Arripis and Chrysophrys (Pisces: Perciformes)
Electrophoretic and heat stability data have been obtained from 22 enzymatic proteins to assess the amount and distribution of genetic variation in fishes of the temperate percoid genera Arripis and Chrysophrys. Available biological and life history data have been reviewed, and indicate that Arripis species are mobile, migratory, pelagic fishes, with planktonic larvae and a comparatively short life span (up to 9 years), while Chrysophrys species are comparatively sedentary...[Show more]
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