This inherent heterogeneity prevents good assemblies of those sequences. Genome Biol. 10.1023/A:1020915826633. We first mapped reads from each species to the B. tryoni repeats, retaining reads with mapping quality q > 20. Two of the libraries were prepared with 300 bp insert size and one with 500 bp insert size. Using a subset of 3310 filtered transcripts, we obtained a distinct peak coverage at 42.5 (Figure 2). neohumeralis ITS2 found in an earlier study [8]. This suggests that mariner sequence insertions are associated with a small increase of intra-species sequence variation. A total of 26 microsatellite markers and two RFLP markers were genotyped in 13 backcross families that included 619 progeny. 1998). This is a field in which good study systems are extremely rare [46–51]. 10.1038/hdy.2008.24. A gapped aligner allows even short segments of B. neohumeralis or B. jarvisi reads (19bp with a seed length of 19) to be mapped to B. tryoni even if the remainder of the read does not match. 2009, 19 (6): 1117-1123. Conversely, this limited our ability to identify short deletions as some reads will align over short gaps and/or mismatches. The possibility that the remaining gene models represent novel B. tryoni genes is a subject of future investigation. 1981, 29 (1): 87-97. 2012, 22 (8): 1499-1511. Genomic segments were used for read mapping as they had no intron/exon boundaries and thus provided longer contiguous regions for mapping. upstream) of the 1-position 12-mer. (2001), and the other three were loci 9.4.8, 12.8.1A, and 1.7.7 in Table 1 of Kinnear et al. Although no single 100 bp read will cover a whole satellite monomer, if satellites are arranged in head-to-tail tandem arrays, then a predictable proportion of reads should cover the tail of one repeat unit followed by the head of the next repeat in the array. Only five scaffolds containing bacterial sequences were detected and these were removed from the assembly. The 12-mers in the 3’ direction start at positions 13, 25, 37 etc, while the 12-mers in the 5’ direction start at -11, -23 etc. Given that the Illumina HiSeq data contained 29.8 GB of sequence, the estimated genome size was 701 Mbp. 2002, 116 (1): 97-106. The specific oligonucleotide primers for RFLP typing of the Rwhite and Rscarlet markers were synthesised by Geneworks. Table 3 summarises the classification and abundance of those elements. Neither were deliberately inbred as was the B. tryoni strain. For each orthologous group, we calculated that ratio for each species pair. Bennett CL, Frommer M. 1997. Genetics. 1998, 41 (4): 510-526. 10.1093/bioinformatics/btu170. Genome Biol. Many of these species, including the Bactrocera, have arisen relatively recently in evolutionary terms [21]. Quinlan AR, Hall IM: BEDTools: a flexible suite of utilities for comparing genomic features. We first used the k-mer method to estimate genome size [17], using both Jellyfish [18] and DSK 1.6066 [19] to count 18-mers. A dagger (†) indicates that, because of incomplete penetrance of the bw mutation at the temperatures studied, only markers definitely scored as having the bent wings phenotype, about half the number shown, were used for linkage calculations involving bw. Part of (1998). The estimated synonymous substitution rates for these two pairs are around 1.5% [43] and 4.7% [44], respectively, compared to our estimate of 0.21% for B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis. PubMed  Some of the microsatellites included in this linkage analysis are also variable in other species of the genus Bactrocera (Shearman DCA, personal communication). The cDNA sequences are almost identical to the gene orthologous of Bactrocera tryoni. 2002) were used in the mapping experiment. The two 1000 bp genomic flanking segments were extracted from B. tryoni and the homologous segments were identified in B. neohumeralis or B. jarvisi. 2011, 27 (6): 764-770. Accessed 20 December 2014. This is the proportion of all the 100 bp reads that contain 12-mer 1 and will also extend sufficiently in the 3’ direction to include all of the adjacent 12-mer 2. The Bactrocera species used in the present study. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2164-15-1153, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2164-15-1153. Each row indicates a pedigree, including information on the mutant stock used. PCR on genomic DNA using primers that spanned both microsatellites in each clone excluded the possibility that the recovery of the two markers from the same clone was an artifact of the cloning procedures. The 18S, 5.8S, 2S and 28S regions are indicated on the B. tryoni sequence by blue highlighting. The B. tryoni strain used for sequencing was established from a mutant individual [45] and subsequently subjected to two further rounds of single-pair inbreeding to reduce polymorphism and facilitate assembly. Raw reads were again aligned to the set of 3310 transcripts with a mapping quality filter of q = 55 to ensure mappings were unique. Heredity. The BEDtools utility genomeCoverageBed [55] was used to identify all B. tryoni genomic intervals over 10 bp with zero coverage by either B. neohumeralis or B. jarvisi Illumina HiSeq data. Our alternative approach to the estimation of genome size was based on the coverage of putative transcripts, with the assumption that many transcripts originate from single copy sequences [23]. Ribosomal RNA (rRNA) genes are expected to occur in large tandem arrays containing hundreds of copies of the loci. 10.1111/j.1439-0418.2011.01684.x. 2012 105(3). Unscaffolded assemblies of B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi were then produced; comparison with B. tryoni showed that the species are more closely related than any Drosophila species pair. Analyses of repeated sequences in de novo eukaryotic assemblies are sometimes limited to standard implementations of either homology-based searches (e.g. (2003). 2010, 11 (11): R116-10.1186/gb-2010-11-11-r116. Overlap of protein orthologous groups for B. tryoni , C. capitata and D. melanogaster . Those variant sequences were also mainly contained within tandem arrays. 10.1093/nar/gkh340. Comparisons between the three Bactrocera species showed that B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis have relatively few inter-species rRNA sequence differences. This work was supported by grants from Woolworths Supermarkets and the Horticultural Research & Development Corporation. Contigs greater than 210 bp were retained for scaffolding. Due to a lack of mate pair data, B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi remained unscaffolded. Only 9.9% of matches had more than one ortholog within the assembly suggesting that the assembly contained only a low level of alternate coding assemblies. Abstract. Cycle program: 94°C for 3 min; 30 cycles of 94°C for 1 min, 60°C for 1 min, and 72°C for 1 min; and 1 cycle of 72°C for 5 min. The IGS sequence was incomplete and limited to the regions flanking the transcribed unit. Somewhat surprisingly, laboratory hybrids between B. jarvisi and B. tryoni are also viable and fertile, despite the much greater genetic distance between the two (yet still comparable to the D. pseudoobscura - D. persimilis pair). In the B. tryoni genotyping process, no genetic recombination between the syntenic loci was found in F1 males. Zhao JT, Frommer M, Sved JA, Zacharopoulou A: Mitotic and polytene chromosome analyses in the Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera: Tephritidae). For both B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi, the k-mer extension analysis identified variants of the same five satellite sequences (Table 2). Nardi F, Carapelli A, Boore JL, Roderick GK, Dallai R, Frati F: Domestication of olive fly through a multi-regional host shift to cultivated olives: Comparative dating using complete mitochondrial genomes. 10.1111/j.0014-3820.2000.tb00090.x. Three-generation pedigrees, showing numbers of progeny and informative markers. This RFLP marker is designated as Rwhite. Of the orthologous groups, 65% contained representatives from all three species and only 3% of groups were B. tryoni-specific. Correspondence to 2006, 45: 157-162. Variation was measured from the consensus sequence for that species. Parra G, Bradnam K, Korf I: CEGMA: a pipeline to accurately annotate core genes in eukaryotic genornes. Our data will also have direct application to the delineation of recent radiations such as the B. dorsalis species complex found in Pacific and south-east Asian countries [39]. While that high degree of overlap suggests that the B. tryoni assembly is reasonably complete, a caveat is that the C. capitata and D. melanogaster gene models were included in the B. tryoni MAKER annotation as part of the evidence used to create the B. tryoni gene predictions. For coding regions, synonymous versus non-synonymous substitution rates were also extracted from the MAKER-derived gff3 files using the phase information. Mol Biol Evol. Further, the apparent extreme similarity between B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis provides a model to investigate genome evolution and maintenance of separate species status, and the morphological differentiation of B. jarvisi allows investigation of the molecular mechanisms of morphological development and developmental canalisation. For B. jarvisi, 770662 initial deletions were reduced to 57285. 10.1111/j.1570-7458.1981.tb03045.x. p.1051. The final extended sequence was then aligned with the remaining RepeatModeler de novo sequences (Blastn, 80% identity). Lukashin AV, Borodovsky M: GeneMark.hmm: new solutions for gene finding. Bull Entomol Res 91: 139-148. We also point the way to overcoming the problem of diagnosis: in the past, the similarity between B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis prevented the development of diagnostic genetic markers for use in hybridisation studies and quarantine testing. Scaffolding was performed using the SSPACE scaffolder [14]. Genome Res. Chromosome maps are drawn only approximately to scale, and chromosome lengths are not representative. However, canonical versions of repeated sequences can be reconstructed directly from the sequencing reads e.g. Tyschen PH, Fletcher BS: Studies on the rhythm of mating in the Queensland fruit fly, Dacus (Bactrocera) tryoni. Nevertheless, each of the three sets of gene models are at different stages in their curation and so the present analysis was only intended to indicate the completeness if the B. tryoni genomic assembly, not the transcriptomes. The B. tryoni strain used for sequencing was the bent wings (bw) strain [45]. The amount of sequence variation also differed between the three species (Figure 3). 2003, 13 (9): 2178-2189. Gilchrist AS, Ling AE: DNA microsatellite analysis of naturally occurring colour intermediates between Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) and Bactrocera neohumeralis (Hardy) (Diptera : Tephritidae). 1998). For B. neohumeralis, 33% of Illumina HiSeq reads mapped to the B. neohumeralis repeats (average NM = 5.2). The Venn diagram shows the number of groups that included gene models from either one, two or three of the species. The possibility of gene enrichment was investigated in the 341 orthologous groups that contained only B. tryoni gene models. Variation in the B. jarvisi data was as low as B. neohumeralis in the transcribed rRNA unit but higher than B. tryoni in the IGS and external transcribed spacer (ETS) region. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly credited. The larger female genome size was expected on the basis of cytological evidence [20]. Google ScholarÂ. Therefore, we undertook a detailed analysis of the tandem and dispersed repetitive sequences in B. tryoni. jarvisi) were extracted from the Samtools mpileup file [58] using VarScan 2 [59] at sites with a minimum coverage of 10. A major difference was that our gene models were MAKER-based, while those of C. capitata were produced using JAMg (http://jamg.sourceforge.net). Variation in stringency of mapping resulted in only a small variation in coverage estimates in the range 41-43. The B. tryoniscarlet gene has been located on chromosome 6, section 82A (Zhao et al. The similarity of the genomes was exploited to identify 4924 potentially diagnostic indels between the species, all of which occur in non-coding regions. Each column indicates a marker, with × showing a segregating cross. Abstract. For all three species included in this study, we have identified a comprehensive set of non-redundant repetitive sequences, including the ribosomal RNA unit, and have quantified the major satellite DNA families. Among these nine microsatellites, six were described in Table 1 of Yu et al. Other arrangements, such as head-to-head or dispersed, will not show that same pattern. Google ScholarÂ. 2013, 29 (5): 652-653. Although the three sets of gene models contain different numbers of gene models (Table 4) reflecting the different annotation history and stage of curation, this comparison provides an indication of the overall completeness of our assembly. 10.1111/j.1440-6055.1997.tb01430.x. Such a library not only assists annotation but also provides avenues for investigation of genome evolution. Despite that bias, 80-84% of ratios were in the range 1:3 to 1:1, indicating that most ortholog groups contain similar number of gene models. Three recessive markers, orange eyes (oe), white marks (wm), and bent wings (bw) (Meats et al. The 25 μl PCR reactions included 1× Tth plus buffer, 1.5 mM MgCl2, 0.2 mM dNTPs, 0.6 μM each primer, 0.66 U Tth plus DNA polymerase (Biotech International), and 3 μl of a Chelex DNA supernatant. If searches allowed for variation by a single nucleotide substitution, more satellite sequences were detected. 2002, 116 (1): 25-43. Since satellite sequences do not assemble easily, their arrangement in the genome (i.e. To provide larval polytene-chromosome materials for in situ hybridization, larvae were grown at 25°C in uncrowded, well-yeasted carrot medium (Bateman 1967) containing 4.8% protein and 11.7% dry carrot powder (H. J. Landgon & Company P/L). The close genetic similarity of B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis has attracted the attention of evolutionary biologists since the 1960s. neohumeralis (A) and B. tryoni /B. To obtain a better estimate of satellite content of the B. tryoni genome, we estimated the frequency of satellite sub-sequences in the raw reads. The discovery of the genetic processes causing and accompanying speciation has been a long-standing challenge for evolutionary biologists. It has been shown that release of sterile male flies in place of sterile mixed broods can improve the SIT program considerably (McInnis et al. Second, we used a variation of the approach of [23] to estimate genome size from the coverage of single copy sequences. The rRNA consensus sequences for each of the three Bactrocera species showed the usual tandem arrangement of 18S, 5.8S, 2S and 28S genes. 2011, 106 (5): 798-807. The B. neohumeralis strain was not systematically inbred, but its establishment and maintenance as a laboratory strain for several years may have contributed to a loss of variability. We estimated genome size using two methods. Article  Cruickshank L, Jessup AJ, Cruickshank DJ: Intersprecific crosses of Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) and Bactrocera jarvisi (Tryon) in the laboratory. 10.1073/pnas.0901397106. OrthoMCL was run on the three sets of gene models using using default parameters, except for the Blastp all-against-all step, where a more stringent e-value of 1e-10 was used. The gene models within each orthologous group produced by OrthoMCL were classified according to species of origin. Crosses between B. jarvisi and B. tryoni may produce up to 70% females in some crosses (Gilchrist, unpublished observation). Address correspondence to Dr. Gillies at the address above, or e-mail: Search for other works by this author on: Male linked genomic region determines sex in dioecious, Strong sexual selection does not induce population differentiation in a fish species with high dispersal potential: the curious case of the worm pipefish, Ultracontinuous single haplotype genome assemblies for the domestic cat (, New Dates for AGA Elections: Monday, November 9 to Friday, November 20, 2020, Tree of Life: Population structure, phylogeography and phylogenomics, Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic, Copyright © 2021 American Genetic Association. Genetic Consequences of Domestication and Mass Rearing of Pest Fruit Fly Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera: Tephritidae) Gilchrist A. S., Cameron E. C., Sved J. These techniques include whole-genome sequencing, the development of a mapping population and linkage map, and quantitative trait analysis. 10.1111/j.1440-6055.2006.00522.x. PloS Genetics. That process began by performing a Blastn alignment of all the RepeatModeler de novo sequences against the B. tryoni scaffolds (80% identity, e-value 1e-06). The absence of crossing over in B. tryoni males allows linkage to be demonstrated from a male backcross with a small number of progeny, which overcomes the difficulty in obtaining large numbers of progeny in single-pair crosses, and also makes the construction of genetic maps in B. tryoni easier and faster. Below are the links to the authors’ original submitted files for images. jarvisi 98bp vs. 29 bp: 2-tailed t-test, p < 0.001) and the variances were correspondingly higher. For a comparative assessment of the overall composition of the B. tryoni gene models, we used OrthoMCL to compare the B. tryoni gene models to the gene models available for two other Dipterans: C. capitata and D. melanogaster. The B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi strains used for sequencing were caught near Cairns, Queensland, Australia in 2006 and maintained in lab culture since that time. 10.1023/A:1020955507978. B. neohumeralis usually have a darker body colour. 1998), the linkage group containing the RFLP marker Rwhite has been assigned to chromosome 5. Christensen BM, Zhang Y, Mori A, Tahathy V, Severson DW. This was larger than previous estimates for other Bactrocera species of 445 and 619 Mbp, but similar to that of another tephritid Ragoletis juglandis[21]. Starting with the fragment with the highest number of hits, we then performed an iterative process of alignment and consensus extension of the sequences. Although endemic to Australia, B. tryoni is an insect pest of worldwide concern, particularly in these times of burgeoning movement of people and produce. In situ hybridization of unique sequences of microsatellite markers to polytene chromosomes allows the genetic and polytene maps to be aligned with respect to each other. Panel A: Biological processes. The estimate for B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis is sufficiently low as to be comparable with the extent of variation between strains of D. melanogaster. Since B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi both show very low sequence divergence from B. tryoni (<1%; see section in substitution rates below), homologs of the B. tryoni repeat sequences were constructed for the other two species by simply selecting the related repeats and substituting the most common single nucleotide polymorphisms or small indels from the second species. (Complete data are available on request.) Li H, Handsaker B, Wysoker A, Fennell T, Ruan J, Homer N, Marth G, Abecasis G, Durbin R, Genome Project Data P: The Sequence Alignment/Map format and SAMtools. An early attempt to transform B. tryoni with hobo, using the bacterial neomycin phosphotransferase II (NPT) gene as a selectable marker, was successful in producing putative transgenics at a frequency of 9%, a rate comparable to that of P … Evolution. Grabherr MG, Haas BJ, Yassour M, Levin JZ, Thompson DA, Amit I, Adiconis X, Fan L, Raychowdhury R, Zeng QD, Chen ZH, Mauceli E, Hacohen N, Gnirke A, Rhind N, di Palma F, Birren BW, Nusbaum C, Lindblad-Toh K, Friedman N, Regev A: Full-length transcriptome assembly from RNA-Seq data without a reference genome. SNAP was trained using the set of conserved genes identified by the CEGMA pipeline. For each species pair, the ratio of the number of gene models was then calculated on a pairwise basis. The assembly of the B. tryoni genome was performed using AbySS ver 1.3.4 [13] to construct contigs followed by scaffolding with SSPACE [14], as detailed in the Methods section. The differentiation of the B. jarvisi IGS was sufficient to prevent meaningful sequence alignment with the IGS of the other two species. The set of 16710 gene predictions produced by MAKER were subsequently classified using a local installation of Blast2Go [33]. Four repeat elements identical to the D. melanogaster TRA/TRA-2 binding sites have been found in the untranslated region of the female-specific exon 4, predicting a common regulatory splicing mechanism in all studied species of Diptera. 10.1101/gr.089532.108. The variety of different markers would make this an extremely difficult task. The extra variation in B. tryoni was unlikely to have resulted from differences in levels of inbreeding because pooled sequencing data from 12 wild caught individuals showed no increase in heterogeneity over the sequencing data from our highly inbred strain of B. tryoni (data not shown), suggesting that the extra heterogeneity exists among the rRNA repeats of any one individual. 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