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The Study of Population Genetics Structure of Holothuria parva in the Persian Gulf Using mtDNASequences

Mohammad Ali Salari Ali-Abadi 1, Leala Alami Naysi 2, Hossein Zolgharnean 2, and Hossein Pasha Zanoosi 2,
1. Department of Marine Biology, Faculty of Marine Science and Oceanography, Khorramshahr University of Marine Science and Technology, Khuzestan, Khoramshahr, Iran
2. Department of Marine Biology, Faculty of Marine Science and Oceanography, Khoramshahr University of Marine Science and Technology, Khuzestan, Khorramshahr, Iran
Department of Marine Physics, Faculty of Marine Science and Oceanography, Khorramshahr University of Marine Science and Technology, Khuzestan, Khoramshahr, Iran
Abstract—In this study in order to identify, determine and compared the genetic diversity of sea cucumber Holothuria parva in both regions dayer port and bostaneh port, 16s rRNA gene sequencing was used. A total of 417 nucleotide locus were determined, after consideration of 16s rRNA gene sequences in the NCBI database were consistent with belonging to the species Holothuria parva samples was confirmed. In total was 4 haplotype identified in two areas that One haplotype was common in both areas. Haplotype diversity in the dayer port with haplotype 2 and bostaneh port with 3 haplotypes, respectively, 83% and 50% was estimated. Genetic differentiation (Fst) Negligible 000.0 and divergences rate (Dxy) 0.0048 and high gene flow (Nm = 1874) between the two regions were estimated. Based on the results of this study are probably samples of Bostaneh port and Dayer port than a similar population, That because high gene flow between the two regions do not have much different and There is also a common haplotype, suggesting a common ancestor of Holothuria parva in the region.

Index Terms—Holothuriaparva, Persian Gulf, genetic diversity, 16s rRNA, Bostaneh, Dayer.

Cite:Mohammad Ali Salari Ali-Abadi, Leala Alami Naysi, Hossein Zolgharnean, and Hossein Pasha Zanoosi, "The Study of Population Genetics Structure of Holothuriaparva in the Persian Gulf Using mtDNASequences," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 14-17, June 2016.
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