Genetic Variations of Three Tegillarca granosa Populations Investigated by PCR Technique
Jong-Man Yoon
Department of Aquatic Life Medicine, College of Ocean Science and Technology, Kunsan National University, Gunsan 54150, Korea
The selected seven oligonucleotides primers BION-32, BION-33, BION-35, BION-38, BION-40, BION-46 and BION-58 generated the shared loci, specific loci, unique shared loci to each population and shared loci by the three T. granosa populations in Beolgyo, a Chinese site and Wonsan, respectively. The bandsharing value between individuals’ no. 03 and no. 04 was 0.816, which was the highest value identified within the Beolgyo population. The primer BION-35 generated the most loci (a total of 70), with an average of 10.0 in the Wonsan population. On average, seven oligonucleotides primers generated 16.1 specific loci in the Beolgyo population, 22.3 in the Chinese population and 39.3 in the Wonsan population. 126 unique shared loci to each population, with an average of 18 per primer, were observed in the Beolgyo population, 63 loci, with an average of 9 per primer, were observed in the Chinese population, and 49 loci, with an average of 7 per primer, and were observed in the Wonsan population. The oligonucleotides primer BION-32 generated 14 unique loci to each population, which were identifying each population in the Beolgyo population. Interestingly, every primer had not distinguished the shared loci by the three populations, major and/or minor fragments of sizes, which were identical in almost all of the samples. As regards average bandsharing value (BS) results, individuals from Beolgyo population (0.717 ± 0.057) exhibited higher BS values than did those from Wonsan population (0.552 ± 0.104) (P < 0.05). The dendrogram resulted from truthful seven oligonucleotides primers, representing three genetic clusters comprising group I (BEOLGYO 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 and 07), group II (CHINESE 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14) and group III (WONSAN 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21). In three T. granosa populations, the longest genetic distance (0.874) displaying significant molecular difference was also between individual no. 02 within the Beolgyo population and individual no. 12 within the Chinese population. Relatively, individuals of the CHINESE population were fairly closely related to those of the WONSAN population.
  
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