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Comparative studies of Indian and Malaysian Thapaocleidus siamensis using molecular marker

Saroj Rajvanshi, Nirupama Agrawal

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.4(1), 116-121, January 2014

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In the present communication the sequence of an exotic species of genus Thaparocleidus i.e T. siamensis (Lim, 1990) Lim, 1996 (collected in India) has been compared with that of Malaysian, on in silico basis using 28S rDNA. Since, both are morphologically more or less similar and effect of environment on T. siamensis cannot access structurally. Thus to evaluate the environmental effects on 28S rDNA region of T. siamensis, a comparative study has been done for Indian (obtained) and Malaysian (retrieved) T. siamensis using MEME Suite, MARNA and ExpaRNA (online softwares)). The results obtained showing a shift in genetic material because of climatic changes in India.

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