noaa-fisheries-afsc-data-socrata/afscabl-chinook-allozyme-baseline-7i29-actm

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  • alaska
  • allozyme
  • biota
  • postglacial colonization
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AFSC/ABL: Chinook allozyme baseline

AFSC/ABL: Chinook allozyme baseline

Allozyme variation was used to examine population genetic structure of adult chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, collected between 1988 and 1993 from 22 spawning locations in Southeast Alaska and northern British Columbia. Thirty-five loci and two pairs of isoloci were variable, and of these, 25 loci and one pair of isoloci expressed the most abundant allele with a frequency of less than or equal to 0.95 in at least one collection. Aneighbor-joining (NJ) tree of genetic distances defined five regional groups: (1) King Salmon River (the only island collection), which has large allelic frequency differences from other populations in this study; (2) heterogeneous coastal populations from southern southeast Alaska; (3) transmountain collections from the Taku and Stikine Rivers on the eastern side of the coastal mountain range; (4) Chilkat River in northern Southeast Alaska; and (5) northern coastal Southeast Alaska, which consists of the Situk River and the Klukshu River, a tributary of the Alsek River. A second NJ tree that included collections from the Yukon River and British Columbia did not reveal any strong genetic similarity between Southeast Alaska and the Yukon River. The data suggest that Southeast Alaska may have been colonized from both northern and southern refugia following the last glaciation b?? a period of sufficient time to allow for isolation by distance to occur.

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NameSocrata field nameColumn name in sgr mountData typeDescription
PGDHpgdhpgdhText
MPImpimpiText
SAAT12saat12saat12Text
GPIAgpiagpiaText
GPIB2gpib2gpib2Text
GPIB1gpib1gpib1Text
CKC1ckc1ckc1Text
MAH4mah4mah4Text
GRgrgrText
GPIHgpihgpihText
LDHA2ldha2ldha2Text
PEPD1pepd1pepd1Text
PGK2pgk2pgk2Text
MAH2mah2mah2Text
PGK1pgk1pgk1Text
SPECIESspeciesspeciesText
FISH_ID_NOfish_id_nofish_id_noText
ADA2ada2ada2Text
ADA1ada1ada1Text
MAAT2maat2maat2Text
MAAT1maat1maat1Text
SAAT4saat4saat4Text
GAPDH4gapdh4gapdh4Text
GAPDH3gapdh3gapdh3Text
GAPDH2gapdh2gapdh2Text
FBALD3fbald3fbald3Text
CKBckbckbText
CKC2ckc2ckc2Text
MIDHP2midhp2midhp2Text
MIDHP1midhp1midhp1Text
IDDH2iddh2iddh2Text
IDDH1iddh1iddh1Text
FDHGfdhgfdhgText
G3PDH4g3pdh4g3pdh4Text
G3PDH3g3pdh3g3pdh3Text
G3PDH2g3pdh2g3pdh2Text
G3PDH1g3pdh1g3pdh1Text
SIDHP2sidhp2sidhp2Text
SIDHP1sidhp1sidhp1Text
PGM2pgm2pgm2Text
PGM1pgm1pgm1Text
PEPD2pepd2pepd2Text
PEPLTpepltpepltText
SSOD1ssod1ssod1Text
MMDH2mmdh2mmdh2Text
MMDH3mmdh3mmdh3Text
SMEP1smep1smep1Text
SMEP2smep2smep2Text
SAHsahsahText
LDHCldhcldhcText
AMANamanamanText
SAAT3saat3saat3Text
SSOD2ssod2ssod2Text
MMDH1mmdh1mmdh1Text
MAH1mah1mah1Text
PEPB2pepb2pepb2Text
SMDHA12smdha12smdha12Text
LDHA1ldha1ldha1Text
TPI1tpi1tpi1Text
MSODmsodmsodText
PEPB1pepb1pepb1Text
SMDHB12smdhb12smdhb12Text
LDHB2ldhb2ldhb2Text
SIDHP12sidhp12sidhp12Text
TPI4tpi4tpi4Text
TPI3tpi3tpi3Text
TPI2tpi2tpi2Text
MAH3mah3mah3Text
PEPCpepcpepcText
PEPApepapepaText
LDHB1ldhb1ldhb1Text

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