Dan Arriesgado

Dan Arriesgado
The University of Tokyo | Todai · Center for Asian Natural Environmental Science

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A study was conducted to assess the abundance and value of commercially important bivalves and gastropods within the seagrass beds of Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental and Rizal, Zamboanga del Norte, Mindanao, Philippines. The line transect method was used to assess the diversity of the bivalves and gastropods within the seagrass beds and coring was u...
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Seagrasses are marine angiosperms and play an essential ecological role in coastal ecosystems; however, seagrass meadows are threatened locally by anthropogenic disturbances. Understanding the dispersal patterns of seagrasses is essential for appropriate ecosystem management and establishment of marine protected areas (MPAs) in coastal ecosystems....
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Cymodocea rotundata is an ecologically important tropical pioneer seagrass species distributed in the Indo-Pacific region. The population genetic diversity and structure of this species were analysed at 46 sites spanning the Philippines, Ryukyu Islands (northern limit) and Hainan Island, by using microsatellite simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers....
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Persistence of populations at their distributional ranges relies on local population dynamics and the fitness of species with low dispersal potential. We analyzed the population genetic diversity and structure of a tropical seagrass species, Cymodocea serrulata, at 34 sites spanning Philippine (diversity hotspot) and Ryukyu Islands (northern limit...
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Cymodocea serrulata is a tropical seagrass species distributed widely in the Indo-Pacific region. We developed 16 novel microsatellite (simple sequence repeat) markers for C. serrulata using next-generation sequencing for use in genetic studies. The applicability of these markers was attested by genotyping of 40 individuals collected from a natural...
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Genetic diversity and population genetic structure are key components of seagrass resilience and contribute to an understanding of its conservation and management. We isolated 29 polymorphic microsatellite (SSR) markers from a widely distributed pioneer seagrass, Cymodocea rotundata, by two methods; next generation sequencing and compound SSR marke...

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