Genetic Markers Linked With Body Size, Migration Distance May Aid In Efforts To Restore Lamprey

Efforts to restore greatly depleted populations of Pacific lamprey to the interior Columbia-Snake river basin could be aided by reading so-called genetic markers that tell researchers which of the spawners returning from the Pacific Ocean are best fitted for the arduous journey upstream, according to a research paper posted online this week in the scientific journal, Evolutionary Applications.

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