Data from: Mitochondrial and morphological variation of Tilapia zillii in Israel

Szitenberg A, Goren M, Huchon D

Date Published: April 2, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.29g768sc

 

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Title DLoop_T_Zillii
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Description Tilapia zillii D-loop sequence alignment in Fasta format. TAUP numbers are voucher specimens deposited in the National Collection of Natural History at Tel- Aviv University. Haplotype numbers are specified. Populations and basins of origin are denoted as follows: TM, Taninim (coastal); EA, Ein Afek (coastal); KN, Kishon (Kishon); KT, Kinneret (Jordan); BS, Beit She’an (Jordan); EF, Ein Feshkha (Dead Sea); NH, Ne’ot HaKikar (Dead-Sea introduced); RG, Ramat Gan (coastal introduced); NM, Nitzanim (coastal introduced); MA, HaMa'apil (coastal introduced). Haplotypes of each population have been submitted under under accession numbers EU163705-EU163723 and FJ613474-FJ613479
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Title meristics
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Description Counts of meristic characters in Tilapia zillii. TAUP numbers are voucher specimens deposited in the National Collection of Natural History at Tel- Aviv University. Populations of origin are denoted as follows: TM, Taninim (coastal); EA, Ein Afek (coastal); KN, Kishon (Kishon); KT, Kinneret (Jordan); BS, Beit She’an (Jordan); EF, Ein Feshkha (Dead Sea); NH, Ne’ot HaKikar (Dead-Sea introduced); RG, Ramat Gan (coastal introduced); NM, Nitzanim (coastal introduced); MA, HaMa'apil (coastal introduced). The characters considered are denoted as follows: LL1, Number of scales along the upper lateral line; LL2, Number of scales along the lower lateral line; TR1, Number of scales between the dorsal fin and the upper lateral line; TR2, Number of scales between the upper and lower lateral line; TR3, Number of scales between the lower lateral line and the anal fin; P, Number of rays in the pectoral fin; Pbr, Number of branched rays in the pectoral fin; V, Number of rays in the ventral fin; Vbr, Number of branched rays in the ventral fin; D, Number of rays in the dorsal fin; Dbr, Number of branched rays in the dorsal fin; DS, Number of spikes in the dorsal fin; A, Number of rays in the anal fin; Abr, Number of branched rays in the anal fin; AS, Number of spikes in the anal fin; C, Number of rays in the caudal fin; Cbr, Number of branched rays in the caudal fin; LPR, The position of the longest pectoral ray; LVR, The position of the longest ventral ray; LDR, The position of the longest dorsal ray; LAR, The position of the longest anal ray; GR, The number of gill rakers
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Szitenberg A, Goren M, Huchon D (2012) Mitochondrial and morphological variation of Tilapia zillii in Israel. BMC Research Notes 5: 172. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1756-0500-5-172

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