Acta Scientific Agriculture

Research ArticleVolume 2 Issue 5

Genetic Diversity and Phylogenetic Relationship of Catfish Order Siluriformes Inferred from Mitochondrial Gene Sequence Variation

Lashari Punhal2*, Muhammad Younis Laghari2, Baradi Waryani2, Ikram Hussain5, Ateeque Rahman Khooharo4, Xiaowen Sun1 and Yan Zhang3

1Centre for Applied Aquatic Genomics, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences, Beijing, China
2Department of Fresh Water Biology and Fisheries, University of Sindh, Pakistan
3School of Life Sciences, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China
4Centre of Excellence in Marine Biology, University of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
5Department of Fisheries Government of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan

*Corresponding Author: Lashari Punhal, Department of Fresh Water Biology and Fisheries, University of Sindh, Pakistan.

Received: March 10, 2018; Published: April 09, 2018

Citation: Lashari Punhal., et al. “Genetic Diversity and Phylogenetic Relationship of Catfish Order Siluriformes Inferred from Mitochondrial Gene Sequence Variation". Acta Scientific Agriculture 2.5 (2018).

Abstract

  Catfishes order siluriformes includes many commercially and economically important species throughout the world. Here, we in- vestigated genetic relationships and diversity in this order. Sequence comparisons and phylogenetic analyses revealed considerable variations between mitochondrial CO1 genes among twenty four siluriformes species. The frequencies of nucleotide are 23.80% A, 29.62% T/U, 26.63% C and 19.95% G. Used for calculating ML values, a user-specified topology was used. The highest Log chance for this calculation was -9413.645. Evolutionary diversity over all sequencing average estimated numbers of base substitutions per loca- tion sequence pairs were 4.984. Our results suggest that Batasio travancoria formed a single clade; R. rita, W. attu, M. montanus and B. bagarius comprised a single separate family; and M. vittatus, M. horai, B. tengana, M. malabaricus, M. bacourti, M. singaringan, M. bleekeri, M. gulio, M. multiradiatus, M. rhegma, M. cavasius, M. tengara, S. aor, S. seenghala, B. bajad, B. filamentosus, B. macracanthus, P. siamensis, E. vacha and B. travancoria formed single subfamily.

Keywords: COI; Siluriformes; Genetic Diversity; Phylogeny

Copyright: © 2018 Lashari Punhal., et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.



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