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Inheritance of Humeral Spotting in the Croaking Gourami (Osphronemidae: Trichopsis vittatus)
Atlas Journal of Biology (2012)
  • Jack Frankel, Howard University
  • Lisa Alder-Golden
  • Andre Porter
Abstract
The croaking gourami (Trichopsis vittatus) exhibits two phenotypes associated with humeral spotting. Fish possess a prominent, dark humeral patch or spot located behind the operculum or lack this spotting pattern. Segregation patterns observed from the progenies of eleven different crosses support the hypothesis that the inheritance of humeral spotting in T. vittatus is controlled by the action of a single autosomal locus, with complete dominance of the allele controlling the spotted phenotype.
Publication Date
2012
DOI
10.5147/ajb.2012.0062
Citation Information
Jack Frankel, Lisa Alder-Golden and Andre Porter. "Inheritance of Humeral Spotting in the Croaking Gourami (Osphronemidae: Trichopsis vittatus)" Atlas Journal of Biology Vol. 2 Iss. 1 (2012) p. 84 - 87
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jack-frankel/4/