Ying Cao

Ying Cao
Hainan Tropical Ocean University · School of Life Sciences

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This note is to specify a correction to the above mentioned paper that recently appeared in: Crustaceana, 95(5-6): 585-592. DOI: 10.1163/15685403-bja10207 In this study, Artemia DNAs from Great Salt Lake (Utah, U.S.A.) were extracted using a cyst batch collected in 2002, which was registered at the cyst bank of the Artemia Reference Center (Ghent...
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Due to the lack of a taxonomic key for the identification of Artemia species, molecular markers have been increasingly used for phylogenetic studies. The mt COI marker is a regularly considered marker for the molecular systematics of Artemia populations. The proposed universal and specific primers have mostly failed to amplify the Artemia aff. sini...
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Due to the lack of a taxonomic key for the identification of Artemia species, molecular markers have been increasingly used for phylogenetic studies. The mtCOI marker is a regularly considered marker for the molecular systematics of Artemia populations. The proposed universal and specific primers have mostly failed to amplify the Artemia aff. sinic...
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Yinggehai Saltern is located in a tropical area and it is the habitat of a rare pentaploid parthenogenetic Artemia. This study was assayed under laboratory condition where effect of temperature was evaluated on life span and production potential. Our results documented that increasing temperature to 28 ºC had negative influence on life span of Ying...

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