Research and analysis

Genetic markers for signalling and diagnosis of sexual disruption in roach (Rutilus rutilus)

The report provides a brief overview of the extensive genetic and genomic resources that have been developed for studies into sexual function in the roach.

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Genetic markers for signalling and diagnosis of sexual disruption in roach (Rutilus rutilus)

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The work described in this report is part of ongoing research at the University of Exeter focused on the development and application of molecular tools to advance our understanding of the effects of environmental oestrogens in the evolution of intersex in fish.

Published 1 April 2008