Genomic survey of edible cockle (Cerastoderma edule) in the Northeast Atlantic: a baseline for sustainable management of its wild resources

Paulino Martínez Portela, Manuel Vera, Francesco Maroso, Sophie Wilmes, Miguel Hermida, Andrés Blanco, Carlos Fernández, Emily Groves, Shelagh Malham, Carmen Bouza, Peter Robins & Paulino Martínez
Knowledge on how environmental factors shape the genome of marine species is crucial for sustainable management of fisheries and wild populations. The edible cockle (Cerastoderma edule) is a marine bivalve distributed along the Northeast Atlantic coast of Europe and is an important resource from both commercial and ecological perspectives. We performed a population genomics screening using 2b-RAD genotyping on 9,309 SNPs localised in the cockle's genome on a sample of 536 specimens pertaining to 14...
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