A microsatellite baseline for genetic stock identification of European Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.).

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A microsatellite baseline for genetic stock identification of European Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). / Gilbey, John; Coughlan, Jamie; Wennevik, Vidar; Prodohl, Paulo; Stevens, Jamie ; de Leaniz, Carlos Garcia; Ensing, Dennis; Cauwelier, Eef; Cherbonnel, Corrine; Consuegra, Sofia; Coulson, Mark; Cross, Tom; Crozier, Walter; Dillane, E.; Ellis, J. S.; Garcia-Vazquez, E.; Griffiths, A. M.; Gudjonsson, Sigurdur; Hindar, Kjetil; Karlsson, Sten; Knox, David; Machado-Schiaffino, G.; Meldrup, D.; Nielsen, E. E.; Olafsson, Kristinn; Primmer, Craig R.; Prusov, Sergey; Stradmeyer, Lee; Vaha, J. -P.; Veselov, Alexey; Webster, Lucy; McGinnity, Philip; Verspoor, Eric.

In: ICES Journal of Marine Science, Vol. 75, No. 2, 01.03.2018, p. 662-674.

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Gilbey, J, Coughlan, J, Wennevik, V, Prodohl, P, Stevens, J, de Leaniz, CG, Ensing, D, Cauwelier, E, Cherbonnel, C, Consuegra, S, Coulson, M, Cross, T, Crozier, W, Dillane, E, Ellis, JS, Garcia-Vazquez, E, Griffiths, AM, Gudjonsson, S, Hindar, K, Karlsson, S, Knox, D, Machado-Schiaffino, G, Meldrup, D, Nielsen, EE, Olafsson, K, Primmer, CR, Prusov, S, Stradmeyer, L, Vaha, J-P, Veselov, A, Webster, L, McGinnity, P & Verspoor, E 2018, 'A microsatellite baseline for genetic stock identification of European Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.).' ICES Journal of Marine Science, vol 75, no. 2, pp. 662-674. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsx184

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Gilbey J, Coughlan J, Wennevik V, Prodohl P, Stevens J, de Leaniz CG et al. A microsatellite baseline for genetic stock identification of European Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). ICES Journal of Marine Science. 2018 Mar 1;75(2):662-674. Available from, DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsx184

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Gilbey, John ; Coughlan, Jamie ; Wennevik, Vidar ; Prodohl, Paulo ; Stevens, Jamie ; de Leaniz, Carlos Garcia ; Ensing, Dennis ; Cauwelier, Eef ; Cherbonnel, Corrine ; Consuegra, Sofia ; Coulson, Mark ; Cross, Tom ; Crozier, Walter ; Dillane, E. ; Ellis, J. S. ; Garcia-Vazquez, E. ; Griffiths, A. M. ; Gudjonsson, Sigurdur ; Hindar, Kjetil ; Karlsson, Sten ; Knox, David ; Machado-Schiaffino, G. ; Meldrup, D. ; Nielsen, E. E. ; Olafsson, Kristinn ; Primmer, Craig R. ; Prusov, Sergey ; Stradmeyer, Lee ; Vaha, J. -P. ; Veselov, Alexey ; Webster, Lucy ; McGinnity, Philip ; Verspoor, Eric. / A microsatellite baseline for genetic stock identification of European Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.).In: ICES Journal of Marine Science. 2018 ; Vol. 75, No. 2. pp. 662-674

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title = "A microsatellite baseline for genetic stock identification of European Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.).",
abstract = "Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) populations from different river origins mix in the North Atlantic during the marine life stage. To facilitate marine stock identification, we developed a genetic baseline covering the European component of the species’ range from the Russian River Megra in the north-east, the Icelandic Ellidaar in the west, and the Spanish Ulla in the south, spanning approximately 3700 km North to South and 2700 km East to West. The baseline encompasses data for 14 microsatellites for 26,822 individual fish from 13 countries, 282 rivers and 467 sampling sites. A hierarchy of regional genetic assignment units was defined using a combination of distance based and Bayesian clustering. At the top level subdivision is into Northern, Southern, and Icelandic regions. At the next level of regional subdivision where individual assignments could be accurately there are 18 geographical units and 29 units where accurate mixed stock estimates were possible. The baseline provides the most comprehensive geographical coverage for an Atlantic salmon genetic data-set, and a unique resource in the European marine fisheries context. It is freely available to researchers to facilitate identification of the natal origin of European salmon.",
keywords = "Atlantic salmon, genetic stock identification, individual assignment, marine ecology, microsatellites",
author = "John Gilbey and Jamie Coughlan and Vidar Wennevik and Paulo Prodohl and Jamie Stevens and {de Leaniz}, {Carlos Garcia} and Dennis Ensing and Eef Cauwelier and Corrine Cherbonnel and Sofia Consuegra and Mark Coulson and Tom Cross and Walter Crozier and E. Dillane and Ellis, {J. S.} and E. Garcia-Vazquez and Griffiths, {A. M.} and Sigurdur Gudjonsson and Kjetil Hindar and Sten Karlsson and David Knox and G. Machado-Schiaffino and D. Meldrup and Nielsen, {E. E.} and Kristinn Olafsson and Primmer, {Craig R.} and Sergey Prusov and Lee Stradmeyer and Vaha, {J. -P.} and Alexey Veselov and Lucy Webster and Philip McGinnity and Eric Verspoor",
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AU - Gudjonsson,Sigurdur

AU - Hindar,Kjetil

AU - Karlsson,Sten

AU - Knox,David

AU - Machado-Schiaffino,G.

AU - Meldrup,D.

AU - Nielsen,E. E.

AU - Olafsson,Kristinn

AU - Primmer,Craig R.

AU - Prusov,Sergey

AU - Stradmeyer,Lee

AU - Vaha,J. -P.

AU - Veselov,Alexey

AU - Webster,Lucy

AU - McGinnity,Philip

AU - Verspoor,Eric

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N2 - Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) populations from different river origins mix in the North Atlantic during the marine life stage. To facilitate marine stock identification, we developed a genetic baseline covering the European component of the species’ range from the Russian River Megra in the north-east, the Icelandic Ellidaar in the west, and the Spanish Ulla in the south, spanning approximately 3700 km North to South and 2700 km East to West. The baseline encompasses data for 14 microsatellites for 26,822 individual fish from 13 countries, 282 rivers and 467 sampling sites. A hierarchy of regional genetic assignment units was defined using a combination of distance based and Bayesian clustering. At the top level subdivision is into Northern, Southern, and Icelandic regions. At the next level of regional subdivision where individual assignments could be accurately there are 18 geographical units and 29 units where accurate mixed stock estimates were possible. The baseline provides the most comprehensive geographical coverage for an Atlantic salmon genetic data-set, and a unique resource in the European marine fisheries context. It is freely available to researchers to facilitate identification of the natal origin of European salmon.

AB - Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) populations from different river origins mix in the North Atlantic during the marine life stage. To facilitate marine stock identification, we developed a genetic baseline covering the European component of the species’ range from the Russian River Megra in the north-east, the Icelandic Ellidaar in the west, and the Spanish Ulla in the south, spanning approximately 3700 km North to South and 2700 km East to West. The baseline encompasses data for 14 microsatellites for 26,822 individual fish from 13 countries, 282 rivers and 467 sampling sites. A hierarchy of regional genetic assignment units was defined using a combination of distance based and Bayesian clustering. At the top level subdivision is into Northern, Southern, and Icelandic regions. At the next level of regional subdivision where individual assignments could be accurately there are 18 geographical units and 29 units where accurate mixed stock estimates were possible. The baseline provides the most comprehensive geographical coverage for an Atlantic salmon genetic data-set, and a unique resource in the European marine fisheries context. It is freely available to researchers to facilitate identification of the natal origin of European salmon.

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