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DNA Barcoding of Calanoid Copepods from the Gulf of California

  • Juan Ramon Beltrán-Castro
  • Sergio Hernández-TrujilloEmail author
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Abstract

The diversity of pelagic copepods was studied in different sites around the Gulf of California, to confirm their morphological identification with of CO1 gen analysis. This is the first study of its kind for the Gulf of California and we report the results of 101 barcode sequences for 27 species of copepods. The separation of species based on morphological characters was very clear for most species and consistent with the formation of genetic groups obtained with the CO1 gene and its corresponding barcode without overlap between the sequences, thus becoming the initial records a database of genetic sequences for the area.

Keywords

Gulf of California Calanoid copepods Barcoding Cytochrome Oxidase 1 Marine zooplankton 

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Acknowledgments

To the Instituto Politécnico Nacional and Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas by funding SIP20110224, 20120950 and 20130752 projects. Thank to Dr. Jaime Gómez by providing access to zooplankton samples from Islas Marias and Gulf of California. Thank the node Chetumal of Laboratorio Nacional de Código de Barras, especially Dr. Manuel Elias Gutierrez and MC Areli M. Arce for support in the processing of DNA extraction. To mexican Barcode iniciative by financially supporting the authors in obtaining results and their disclosure. Authors are thankful to BEIFI Programme, EDI and COFAA-IPN by grants received.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Juan Ramon Beltrán-Castro
    • 1
  • Sergio Hernández-Trujillo
    • 1
    Email author
  1. 1.Instituto Politécnico Nacional.CICIMARLa PazMexico

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