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Genetics of Aquatic Organisms 2023, Vol 7, Num, 3     (Pages: GA676)

Cross-species Application of a SNP array: Application for Analysis of Genetic Diversity in Chum Salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) Populations

Min Sung Kim 1 ,Ju Ri Kwak 1 ,Jae Yong Han 1 ,Ji Been Park 1 ,Ju Yeong Kang 1 ,Woo-Jai Lee 1

1 BLUGEN, Busan, Republic of Korea DOI : 10.4194/GA676 Viewed : 1001 - Downloaded : 264 We tested the cross-species application of the Coho salmon SNP array on two populations of Chum salmon from South Korea. Of the 203,077 SNPs, 1,838 (~1%) only represented common SNPs between the two populations. Diversity analysis showed salmon in the ND region formed a narrow cluster, whereas salmon in the TW region formed another cluster more widely distributed than the ND cluster. It seems obvious that the cross-species application of a SNP array can be limited in terms of the available SNPs for most studies such as breeding purposes and target gene identifications, but still worth trying for local population studies. Keywords : Chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta Single nucleotide polymorphisms Cross-species application Genetic diversity