Multiple chromosomal rearrangements in a hybrid zone between Littorina saxatilis ecotypes

R. Faria, P. Chaube, H.E. Morales, T. Larsson, A.R. Lemmon, E.M. Lemmon, M. Rafajlović, M. Panova, M. Ravinet, K. Johannesson, A.M. Westram, R.K. Butlin, Molecular Ecology 28 (2019) 1375–1393.

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Faria, Rui; Chaube, Pragya; Morales, Hernán E.; Larsson, Tomas; Lemmon, Alan R.; Lemmon, Emily M.; Rafajlović, Marina; Panova, Marina; Ravinet, Mark; Johannesson, Kerstin; Westram, Anja MIST Austria ; Butlin, Roger K.
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Both classical and recent studies suggest that chromosomal inversion polymorphisms are important in adaptation and speciation. However, biases in discovery and reporting of inversions make it difficult to assess their prevalence and biological importance. Here, we use an approach based on linkage disequilibrium among markers genotyped for samples collected across a transect between contrasting habitats to detect chromosomal rearrangements de novo. We report 17 polymorphic rearrangements in a single locality for the coastal marine snail, Littorina saxatilis. Patterns of diversity in the field and of recombination in controlled crosses provide strong evidence that at least the majority of these rearrangements are inversions. Most show clinal changes in frequency between habitats, suggestive of divergent selection, but only one appears to be fixed for different arrangements in the two habitats. Consistent with widespread evidence for balancing selection on inversion polymorphisms, we argue that a combination of heterosis and divergent selection can explain the observed patterns and should be considered in other systems spanning environmental gradients.
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2019-03-01
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Molecular Ecology
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28
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6
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1375-1393
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Faria R, Chaube P, Morales HE, et al. Multiple chromosomal rearrangements in a hybrid zone between Littorina saxatilis ecotypes. Molecular Ecology. 2019;28(6):1375-1393. doi:10.1111/mec.14972
Faria, R., Chaube, P., Morales, H. E., Larsson, T., Lemmon, A. R., Lemmon, E. M., … Butlin, R. K. (2019). Multiple chromosomal rearrangements in a hybrid zone between Littorina saxatilis ecotypes. Molecular Ecology, 28(6), 1375–1393. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.14972
Faria, Rui, Pragya Chaube, Hernán E. Morales, Tomas Larsson, Alan R. Lemmon, Emily M. Lemmon, Marina Rafajlović, et al. “Multiple Chromosomal Rearrangements in a Hybrid Zone between Littorina Saxatilis Ecotypes.” Molecular Ecology 28, no. 6 (2019): 1375–93. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.14972.
R. Faria et al., “Multiple chromosomal rearrangements in a hybrid zone between Littorina saxatilis ecotypes,” Molecular Ecology, vol. 28, no. 6, pp. 1375–1393, 2019.
Faria R, Chaube P, Morales HE, Larsson T, Lemmon AR, Lemmon EM, Rafajlović M, Panova M, Ravinet M, Johannesson K, Westram AM, Butlin RK. 2019. Multiple chromosomal rearrangements in a hybrid zone between Littorina saxatilis ecotypes. Molecular Ecology. 28(6), 1375–1393.
Faria, Rui, et al. “Multiple Chromosomal Rearrangements in a Hybrid Zone between Littorina Saxatilis Ecotypes.” Molecular Ecology, vol. 28, no. 6, Wiley, 2019, pp. 1375–93, doi:10.1111/mec.14972.
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