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Table 6 Examples of genetic linkage maps in aquaculture species, with the species under the NRSP-8 in bold

From: Aquaculture genomics, genetics and breeding in the United States: current status, challenges, and priorities for future research

Species Number and type of markers Mapping population Unique map positions References
Asian seabass 790 microsatellites and SNPs 93 fish from two families 501 Wang et al. 2011 [165]
Atlantic salmon 5650 SNPs 3297 fish from 143 families 2894 in female genetic map, 1009 in male specific map Lien et al. 2011 [166]
Brown trout 288 microsatellites, 13 allozymes 93 fish from 4 families - Gharbi et al. 2006 [167]
Catfish 54,342 SNPs 576 fish from three channel catfish families 15,598 Li et al. 2015 [168]
26,239 SNPs 288 interspecific backcross progenies 12,776 Liu et al. 2016 [169]
253,087 SNPs 465 fish from four channel catfish families 30,591 Zeng et al. 2017 [13]
Common carp 28,194 SNPs 108 fish from one yellow river carp family 14,146 Peng et al. 2016 [170]
Eastern oyster 4607 SNPs 112 progenies from one family 4136 Guo, personal communication
European seabass 190 microsatellites, 176 AFLP, 2 SNP 50 fish from one Venezia Fbis family - Chistiakov et al. 2008 [171]
Grass carp 279 microsatellites and SNPs 192 progenies from two families 245 Xia et al. 2010 [172]
Japanese flounder 1268 microsatellites, 105 SNPs, 2 genes 45 offspring from one family 235 in male genetic map, 184 in female genetic map Castaño-Sánchez et al. 2010 [173]
Pacific oyster 1172 SNPs and microsatellites 336 progenies from five families 1172 unique markers mapped Hedgecock et al. 2015 [14]
424 in consensus linkage map
Rainbow trout 2226 microsatellites and SNPs 120 individuals from two unrelated doubled haploid lines 1366 in synthetic map Guyomard et al. 2012 [174]
47,939 SNPs 5716 fish 47,939 mapped to genome sequence scaffolds Gonzalez-Pena et al. 2016 [26]; Palti personal communication
Scallop 3806 SNPs 96 progenies from one Farrer’s scallop family 2983 Jiao et al. 2013 [175]
Sea bream 321 microsatellites, ESTs, and SNPs 50 individuals from one family 229 Tsigenopoulos et al. 2014 [176]
Giant tiger prawn 3959 SNPs 1024 offspring from seven black tiger shrimp family - Baranski et al. 2014 [177]
Pacific white shrimp 429 AFLP, 22 microsatellites F2 cross of slow and fast growth parents, 43 shrimp - Andriantahina et al. 2013 [178]
6146 SNPs 205 progenies from one Pacific white shrimp family 4650 Yu et al. 2015 [179]
Tilapia 525 microsatellites, 20 genes 70 individuals from one family 435 Lee et al. 2005 [180]
401 microsatellites 95 individuals from two families 352 Liu et al. 2013 [181]
Yellowtail 217 microsatellites 90 progenies from one family 105 in female genetic map, 83 in male genetic map Ohara et al. 2005 [182]
1480 microsatellites and 601 SNPs 94 offspring of one family - Aoki et al. 2015 [183]
6275 SNPs 460 individuals from five wild families - Ozaki et al. 2016 [184]