E3S Web Conf.
Volume 322, 2021International Seminar on Fish and Fisheries Sciences (ISFFS 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Biodiversity, Fisheries Biology and Conservation|
|Published online||11 November 2021|
Fish Identification based on Partial Fragments of The Mitochondrial COI Subunit I Gene
Research Institute for Inland Fisheries and Extension (RIIF-e) Palembang, BRSDM, KKP, Jl. Gub. H.A. Bastari 08 Palembang 30252, South Sumatera, Indonesia
The mtDNA sequences revealed that several of the fish studied were Hampala macrolepidota and Barbonymus gonionotus. The objective of this research was to learn the pattern of COI gene in mtDNA and establish a phylogenetic tree. Basic Local Alignment Search Tool-nucleotide (BLASTn) confirmed that Barbonymus gonionotus froma the Ranau Lake, South Sumatera has 100% matching ranges to the species from Memberamo River (Indonesia), India, Bangladesh, Thailand (Mae Khlong), Indo-Myanmar, and Malaysia_1. The lowest closeness (98.76%) is related to species from Thailand (Lower Ing). The Blast investigation appears us that the level of familiarity was very high, it is coming to 98-100% in Barbonymus gonionotus. Hampala macrolepidota had 100% matching ranges to the species from Indonesia (SouthaSumatera_1) and Vietnam. They had 99.05%-99.84% closeness from Malaysia_1,2&3, Indonesia (South Sumatera_2&3, Java and Bali_1,2&3).
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