Maria Nayfa

Maria Nayfa
James Cook University Singapore

Doctor of Philosophy

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Many marine organisms often display weak levels of population genetic structuring as a result of both environmental characteristics (e.g., ocean currents) and life history traits (e.g., widely dispersed planktonic larval stages) maintaining high levels of gene flow. This can lead to the assumption that these organisms can be managed as a single sto...
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Climate change threatens organisms in a variety of interactive ways that requires simultaneous adaptation of multiple traits. Predicting evolutionary responses requires an understanding of the potential for interactions among stressors and the genetic variance and covariance among fitness‐related traits that may reinforce or constrain an adaptive r...
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The Genetically Improved Farmed Tilapia (GIFT) strain of Nile tilapia is a valuable global freshwater aquaculture commodity, forming the basis of the Fiji Islands' largest freshwater aquaculture industry. Unfortunately, recent negative stock performance has been reported by farmers, possibly indicating reduced genetic diversity and inbreeding in th...
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Domestication to captive rearing conditions, along with targeted selective breeding have genetic consequences that vary from those in wild environments. Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) is one of the most translocated and farmed aquaculture species globally, farmed throughout Asia, North and South America, and its African native range. In Egypt...
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Climate change threatens organisms in a variety of interactive ways that requires simultaneous adaptation of multiple traits. Predicting evolutionary responses requires an understanding of the potential for synergistic interactions among stressors and the genetic variance and covariance among fitness-related traits that may reinforce or constrain a...

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Red Snapper (Lutjanus malabaricus) is an important and high-value Singaporean aquaculture species. However, there is currently little to no information broodstock genetic diversity, true taxonomy, and how traits would respond to selection. This project aims to address these gaps.