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allozyme

(ˈæləʊˌzaɪm)
n
(Biochemistry) any one of a number of different structural forms of the same enzyme coded for by a different allele
[C20: from allo- + (en)zyme]
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In all of these cases, allozyme electrophoresis was the method used for species identification.
For allozyme data, the parameter [THETA] and migration rates M were inferred through the MIGRATE-n v3.
fasciatus, numerous studies have documented a high degree of isolation among them, marked genetic structuring using allozyme (Maltagliati, 1998a,b, 2002; Maltagliati et al.
Allozyme and morphological identification of Anisakis, Contracaecum and Pseudoterranova from Japanese waters (Nematoda, Ascaridoidea).
105] variant allozyme may be able to accommodate less bulky substrates than the [Ile.
The first one was carried out using 19 allozyme s loci in the northern Mexican populations, where a genetic diversity of zero was estimated (Soltis et al.
The development of species or strain-specific tests for fishes has lagged due to continued use of allozyme tests and microsatellites.
Allozyme and mitochondrial DNA variation among three species of Stizostedion (Percidae): phylogenetic and zoogeographical implications.