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Development of a new set of PCR primers for eDNA metabarcoding decapod crustaceans

The Decapoda is one of the largest orders within the class Malacostraca, comprising approximately 14,000 extant species and including many commercially important species. For biodiversity monitoring in a non-invasive manner, a new set of PCR primers was developed for metabarcoding environmental DNA (eDNA) from decapod crustaceans. The new primers (herein named “MiDeca”) were...

Resolving deep-sea pelagic saccopharyngiform eel mysteries: Identification of Neocyema and Monognathidae leptocephali and establishment of a new fish family "Neocyematidae" based on larvae, adults and mitogenomic gene orders

: Masaki Miya. Investigation: Jan Y. Poulsen, Michael J. Miller, Tetsuya Sado, Reinhold Hanel, Katsumi Tsukamoto, Masaki Miya. Methodology: Jan Y. Poulsen, Michael J. Miller, Tetsuya Sado. Project ... ? review & editing: Tetsuya Sado, Reinhold Hanel, Katsumi Tsukamoto, Masaki Miya. 20 / 23 21 / 23 22 / 23 1. Bo?hlke EB , editor. Leptocephali. Fishes of Western North Atlantic. Sears Foundation for Marine

Demonstration of the potential of environmental DNA as a tool for the detection of avian species

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Quantitative monitoring of multispecies fish environmental DNA using high-throughput sequencing

Effective ecosystem conservation and resource management require quantitative monitoring of biodiversity, including accurate descriptions of species composition and temporal variations of species abundance. Accordingly, quantitative monitoring of biodiversity has been performed for many ecosystems, but it is often time- and effort-consuming and costly. Recent studies have shown...

Molecular systematics of the anchovy genus Encrasicholina in the Northwest Pacific

Sado. Formal analysis: SeÂbastien LavoueÂ, Joris A. M. Bertrand, Tetsuya Sado. Funding acquisition: SeÂbastien LavoueÂ, Masaki Miya. Investigation: SeÂbastien LavoueÂ, Joris A. M. Bertrand ... , Joris A. M. Bertrand, Hui-Yu Wang, Wei-Jen Chen, Hsuan-Ching Ho, Hiroyuki Motomura, Harutaka Hata, Tetsuya Sado, Masaki Miya. 13 / 16 14 / 16 15 / 16 1. Briggs JC , Bowen BW . A realignment of marine

Environmental DNA metabarcoding reveals local fish communities in a species-rich coastal sea

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Preservation Obscures Pelagic Deep-Sea Fish Diversity: Doubling the Number of Sole-Bearing Opisthoproctids and Resurrection of the Genus Monacoa (Opisthoproctidae, Argentiniformes)

The family Opisthoproctidae (barreleyes) constitutes one of the most peculiar looking and unknown deep-sea fish groups in terms of taxonomy and specialized adaptations. All the species in the family are united by the possession of tubular eyes, with one distinct lineage exhibiting also drastic shortening of the body. Two new species of the mesopelagic opisthoproctid mirrorbelly...

Evolution of bidirectional sex change and gonochorism in fishes of the gobiid genera Trimma, Priolepis, and Trimmatom

Size-advantage and low-density models have been used to explain how mating systems favor hermaphroditism or gonochorism. However, these models do not indicate historical transitions in sexuality. Here, we investigate the evolution of bidirectional sex change and gonochorism by phylogenetic analysis using the mitochondrial gene of the gobiids Trimma (31 species), Priolepis (eight...

A ‘living fossil’ eel (Anguilliformes: Protanguillidae, fam. nov.) from an undersea cave in Palau

G. David Johnson Hitoshi Ida Jiro Sakaue Tetsuya Sado Takashi Asahida Masaki Miya () Articles on similar topics can be found in the following collections Receive free email alerts when new articles

MitoFish and MitoAnnotator: A Mitochondrial Genome Database of Fish with an Accurate and Automatic Annotation Pipeline

Mitofish is a database of fish mitochondrial genomes (mitogenomes) that includes powerful and precise de novo annotations for mitogenome sequences. Fish occupy an important position in the evolution of vertebrates and the ecology of the hydrosphere, and mitogenomic sequence data have served as a rich source of information for resolving fish phylogenies and identifying new fish...

Evolutionary Origin of the Scombridae (Tunas and Mackerels): Members of a Paleogene Adaptive Radiation with 14 Other Pelagic Fish Families

Uncertainties surrounding the evolutionary origin of the epipelagic fish family Scombridae (tunas and mackerels) are symptomatic of the difficulties in resolving suprafamilial relationships within Percomorpha, a hyperdiverse teleost radiation that contains approximately 17,000 species placed in 13 ill-defined orders and 269 families. Here we find that scombrids share a common...

Deep-ocean origin of the freshwater eels

Jun G. Inoue Masaki Miya Michael J. Miller Tetsuya Sado Reinhold Hanel Kiyotaka Hatooka Jun Aoyama Yuki Minegishi Mutsumi Nishida Katsumi Tsukamoto Articles on similar topics can be found in the

Deep-sea mystery solved: astonishing larval transformations and extreme sexual dimorphism unite three fish families

G. David Johnson John R Paxton Tracey T Sutton Takashi P Satoh Tetsuya Sado Mutsumi Nishida Masaki Miya Articles on similar topics can be found in the following collections Receive free email