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Publication type: Journal Article
Document type: Full Paper

Year: 2018

Author(s): Dotsev, AV; Deniskova, TE; Okhlopkov, IM; Mészáros, G; Sölkner, J; Reyer, H; Wimmers, K; Brem, G; Zinovieva, NA

Title: Genome-wide SNP analysis unveils genetic structure and phylogeographic history of snow sheep ( Ovis nivicola ) populations inhabiting the Verkhoyansk Mountains and Momsky Ridge (northeastern Siberia).

Source: Ecol Evol. 2018; 8(16):8000-8010



Authors Vetmeduni Vienna:

Brem Gottfried

Vetmed Research Units
Institute of Animal Breeding and Genetics, Unit of Reproductive Biology


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Abstract:
Insights into the genetic characteristics of a species provide important information for wildlife conservation programs. Here, we used the OvineSNP50 BeadChip developed for domestic sheep to examine population structure and evaluate genetic diversity of snow sheep ( Ovis nivicola ) inhabiting Verkhoyansk Range and Momsky Ridge. A total of 1,121 polymorphic SNPs were used to test 80 specimens representing five populations, including four populations of the Verkhoyansk Mountain chain: Kharaulakh Ridge-Tiksi Bay (TIK, n  =   22), Orulgan Ridge (ORU, n  =   22), the central part of Verkhoyansk Range (VER, n  =   15), Suntar-Khayata Ridge (SKH, n  =   13), and Momsky Ridge (MOM, n  =   8). We showed that the studied populations were genetically structured according to a geographic pattern. Pairwise F


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