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Genetic relationships of Korean Ocenebrine species (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia: Muricidae)

Animal Cells and Systems 1999년 3권 3호 p.285 ~ 293
박중기, 최병래,
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박중기 ( Park Joong-Ki ) - University of Michigan Department of Biology
최병래 ( Choe Byung-Lae ) - Sungkyunkwan University Department of Biology

Abstract


Allele frequencies in twenty?two populations from nine Korean muricid species of five genera (Rapaninae and Ocenebrinae) were analyzed genetically using 13 loci from 11 allozyme systems. The clustering patterns of these species were basically consistent with traditional groupings to two subfamilial categories based on shell and radula morphologies. Within six ocenebrine species it was apparent that Ceratostoma inornata and Pteropurpura adunca were most closely related to each other than to any other species belonging to the genus Ceratostoma. These results, along with other anatomical features [morphologies of albumin gland (female), egg capsule], suggest that the generic position of C. inornata, previously classified to be congeneric with other western Pacific Ceratostoma species, should be reconsidered. Our results show the close relationship of Nucella freycineti with other ocenebrine species, rather than with rapanines, which supports a previous suggestion that the genus Nucella should be placed with the subfamily Ocenebrinae rather than the subfamily Rapaninae.

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Genetic relationships; Korean muricids; Muricidae; Allozyme

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