DNA BARCODING OF FISH DIVERSITY FROM INDIAN RIVERINE ECOSYSTEM: A REVIEW

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SACHIN K. SHELAKE
VISHWAS Y. DESHPANDE

Abstract

Fishes are the large group of animals that undergo extensive phenotypic changes during development. India is responsible for nearly 7.7% of the world's fish biodiversity. DNA barcoding is useful for biodiversity conservation strategies by knowing the identity of species by mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit I gene. By using DNA barcoding tool, discoveries of new species are possible. In nature, phenotypic dissimilarity between species usually overlaps between sister’s taxa, leading to inaccurate identifications simply based on morphology. The DNA barcoding technique has opened up new ways in fish ecology and phylogenetic connections. Recently, for the correct taxonomical fish identification the phenotypic research and DNA barcoding were used in combination. The modern assessment projected to discover fish fauna and standing of DNA barcoding in riverine fishes from India.

Keywords:
DNA barcoding, riverine ecosystem, COI gene, fish diversity, India

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SHELAKE, S. K., & DESHPANDE, V. Y. (2021). DNA BARCODING OF FISH DIVERSITY FROM INDIAN RIVERINE ECOSYSTEM: A REVIEW. UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 42(24), 457-465. Retrieved from http://mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/2724
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