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Albino
Color mutations
Color variations
Genetics
NDC
Zoology
abstract
Color mutations and variations in amphibians are often found in the wild. They are potential subjects for genetic research, and are also a good indicator of environmental changes, because they normally occur during two distinct stages of the amphibian life cycle: in water, during the tadpole stage, and on land, after metamorphosis. However, reviews and compilations on the mutations and variations in wild-caught amphibians are scarce. Here, I present the color mutations and variations in Japanese frog species and show the results of our genetic analyses on the mechanisms of color expression and their implications.
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The Second International conference “Amphibian and reptiles anomalies and pathology: methodology, evolutionary significance, monitoring and environmental health”
Conference date: 6–10 September 2016
Location: Ekaterinburg, Ural Federal University
journal title
The Second International Conference on Amphibian and Reptiles Anomalies and Pathology
start page
97
end page
107
date of issued
2018-05-03
publisher
KnE Life Sciences
issn
2413-0877
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language
eng
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Conference Paper
HU type
Conference Papers
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application/pdf
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rights
Copyright © 2018 I. Miura. This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use and redistribution provided that the original author and source are credited.
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