Molecular variations due to phylogeographic factors in Channa punctatus found in different regions of India

Shobhna Shobhna • Seema Jain • Hridaya Shanker Singh • Manu Varma

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Abstract

Channa punctatus is a freshwater fish belonging to family Ophiocephalidae. This fish is available in almost all over the country. In present communication molecular study of COI region of mitochondrial gene was done to find out intraspecific differences in genome of Channa punctatus habitating in different states of India having variable environmental conditions. Result showed minor variations in mitochondrial genome of Channa punctatus and utility of molecular markers to show intraspecific variations.

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International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology

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