Genetic diversity and distribution of edible brown algae from Ulreongdo Island, Korea

Title
Genetic diversity and distribution of edible brown algae from Ulreongdo Island, Korea
Author(s)
이주일; 조가윤; 장형석; 김윤배; 윤성진; 부성민
Publication Year
2018-10-26
Abstract
This study provides, for the first time, the occurrence of five species of edible scytosiphonacean algae from Ulleungdo Island P. binghamiae, P. fascia, P. zosterifolia, and two cryptic species of S. lomentaria. Our study reveals the low genetic diversity in P. binghamiae, while high genetic diversity in S. lomentaria. The difference in genetic diversity may reflect a difference in evolutionary history and contemporary dispersals experienced by each species. Ulleungdo Island, being small in size but diverse in genetic diversity, is an ideal field laboratory to investigate effect of ocean warming in shaping genetic diversity and distributions of edible brown algae and other economic marine algae.enetic diversity in P. binghamiae, while high genetic diversity in S. lomentaria. The difference in genetic diversity may reflect a difference in evolutionary history and contemporary dispersals experienced by each species. Ulleungdo Island, being small in size but diverse in genetic diversity, is an ideal field laboratory to investigate effect of ocean warming in shaping genetic diversity and distributions of edible brown algae and other economic marine algae.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/22956
Bibliographic Citation
한국조류학회, pp.82, 2018
Publisher
한국조류학회
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
한국조류학회
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