Chapter 4. Evolutionary forces at work in fish populations

Jorge Santos

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7557/8.3514

Abstract

This chapter of CONΣERV IT deals with the following questions in aquatic conservation:

- How do escapees from aquaculture affect genetically salmon populations in rivers?
- What are the time-scales of change in the gene pool of fish?
- Can we eradicate undesirable traits from fish stocks?
- Are small populations more or less affected by immigration?
- What genetic diversity can we expect from large stocks in the sea?
- How much, and how to avoid inbreeding in broodstocks used in fish farming?

 

Population genetics migration selection deterministic

Population genetics drift stochastic macro

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