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Title: Genomic analysis of European Drosophila melanogaster populations reveals longitudinal structure, continent-wide selection, and previously unknown DNA viruses
Author: Kapun, Martin
Barrón, Maite G.
Staubach, Fabian
Obbard, Darren J.
Wiberg, R. Axel W.
Vieira, Jorge
Goubert, Clément
Rota Stabelli, Omar
Kankare, Maaria
Bogaerts Márquez, María
Haudry, Annabelle
Waidele, Lena
Kozeretska, Iryna
Pasyukova, Elena G.
Loeschcke, Volker
Pascual Berniola, Marta
Vieira, Cristina P.
Serga, Svitlana
Montchamp Moreau, Catherine
Abbott, Jessica
Gibert, Patricia
Porcelli, Damiano
Posnien, Nico
Sánchez-Gracia, Alejandro
Grath, Sonja
Sucena, Élio
Bergland, Alan O.
García Guerreiro, María Pilar
Onder, Banu Sebnem
Argyridou, Eliza
Guio, Lain
Schou, Mads Fristrup
Deplancke, Bart
Vieira, Cristina
Ritchie, Michael G.
Zwaan, Bas J.
Tauber, Eran
Orengo, Dorcas J.
Puerma Rodríguez, Eva María
Aguadé Porres, Montserrat
Schmidt, Paul
Parsch, John
Betancourt, Andrea J.
Flatt, Thomas
Gonzalez, Josefa
Keywords: Genètica
Drosòfila melanogaster
ADN
Genetics
Drosophila melanogaster
DNA
Issue Date: 15-May-2020
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Abstract: Genetic variation is the fuel of evolution, with standing genetic variation especially important for short-term evolution and local adaptation. To date, studies of spatiotemporal patterns of genetic variation in natural populations have been challenging, as comprehensive sampling is logistically difficult, and sequencing of entire populations costly. Here, we address these issues using a collaborative approach, sequencing 48 pooled population samples from 32 locations, and perform the first continent-wide genomic analysis of genetic variation in European Drosophila melanogaster. Our analyses uncover longitudinal population structure, provide evidence for continent-wide selective sweeps, identify candidate genes for local climate adaptation, and document clines in chromosomal inversion and transposable element frequencies. We also characterize variation among populations in the composition of the fly microbiome, and identify five new DNA viruses in our samples
Note: Reproducció del document publicat a: https://doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msaa120
It is part of: Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2020, vol. 37, num. 9, p. 2661-2678
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/174499
Related resource: https://doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msaa120
ISSN: 0737-4038
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