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dc.contributor.authorมนัญญา เพียรเจริญ,ดร.
dc.contributor.authorKatelyn Jo Miller
dc.contributor.authorOlav Rueppell
dc.contributor.authorRyan Kuster
dc.contributor.authorKatelyn Miller
dc.contributor.authorBertrand Fouks
dc.contributor.authorSara Rubio Correa
dc.contributor.authorJuan Collazo
dc.contributor.authorMananya Phaincharoen
dc.contributor.authorSalim Tingek
dc.contributor.authorNikolaus Koeniger
dc.description.abstractWestern honey bees (Apis mellifera) far exceed the commonly observed 1–2 meiotic recombination events per chromosome and exhibit the highest Metazoan recombination rate (20 cM/Mb) described thus far. However, the reasons for this exceptional rate of recombination are not sufficiently understood. In a comparative study, we report on the newly constructed genomic linkage maps of Apis florea and Apis dorsata that represent the two honey bee lineages without recombination rate estimates so far. Each linkage mapwasgeneratedde novo,basedonSNPgenotypesofhaploidmaleoffspringofasinglefemale.TheA. floreamapspans4,782 cM with 1,279 markers in 16 linkage groups. The A. dorsata map is 5,762 cM long and contains 1,189 markers in 16 linkage groups. Respectively, these map sizes result in average recombination rate estimates of 20.8 and 25.1 cM/Mb. Synteny analyses indicate that frequent intra-chromosomal rearrangements but no translocations among chromosomes accompany the high rates of recombination during the independent evolution of the three major honey bee lineages. Our results imply a common cause for the evolution of very high recombination rates in Apis. Our findings also suggest that frequent homologous recombination during meiosis might increase ectopic recombination and rearrangements within but not between chromosomes. It remains to be investigated whether the resulting inversions may have been important in the evolutionary differentiation between honey bee species
dc.titleA New Metazoan Recombination Rate Record and Consistently High Recombination Rates in the Honey Bee Genus Apis Accompanied by Frequent Inversions but Not Translocations
dc.typeResearch Report
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