Sawfly Genomes Reveal Evolutionary Acquisitions That Fostered the Mega-Radiation of Parasitoid and Eusocial Hymenoptera.

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Title
Sawfly Genomes Reveal Evolutionary Acquisitions That Fostered the Mega-Radiation of Parasitoid and Eusocial Hymenoptera.
Journal
Genome biology and evolution
Author(s)
Oeyen J.P., Baa-Puyoulet P., Benoit J.B., Beukeboom L.W., Bornberg-Bauer E., Buttstedt A., Calevro F., Cash E.I., Chao H., Charles H., Chen M.M., Childers C., Cridge A.G., Dearden P., Dinh H., Doddapaneni H.V., Dolan A., Donath A., Dowling D., Dugan S., Duncan E., Elpidina E.N., Friedrich M., Geuverink E., Gibson J.D., Grath S., Grimmelikhuijzen CJP, Große-Wilde E., Gudobba C., Han Y., Hansson B.S., Hauser F., Hughes DST, Ioannidis P., Jacquin-Joly E., Jennings E.C., Jones J.W., Klasberg S., Lee S.L., Lesný P., Lovegrove M., Martin S., Martynov A.G., Mayer C., Montagné N., Moris V.C., Munoz-Torres M., Murali S.C., Muzny D.M., Oppert B., Parisot N., Pauli T., Peters R.S., Petersen M., Pick C., Persyn E., Podsiadlowski L., Poelchau M.F., Provataris P., Qu J., Reijnders MJMF, von Reumont B.M., Rosendale A.J., Simao F.A., Skelly J., Sotiropoulos A.G., Stahl A.L., Sumitani M., Szuter E.M., Tidswell O., Tsitlakidis E., Vedder L., Waterhouse R.M., Werren J.H., Wilbrandt J., Worley K.C., Yamamoto D.S., van de Zande L., Zdobnov E.M., Ziesmann T., Gibbs R.A., Richards S., Hatakeyama M., Misof B., Niehuis O.
ISSN
1759-6653 (Electronic)
ISSN-L
1759-6653
Publication state
Published
Issued date
01/07/2020
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Editor
Lavrov Dennis
Volume
12
Number
7
Pages
1099-1188
Language
english
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Publication types: Journal Article
Publication Status: ppublish
Abstract
The tremendous diversity of Hymenoptera is commonly attributed to the evolution of parasitoidism in the last common ancestor of parasitoid sawflies (Orussidae) and wasp-waisted Hymenoptera (Apocrita). However, Apocrita and Orussidae differ dramatically in their species richness, indicating that the diversification of Apocrita was promoted by additional traits. These traits have remained elusive due to a paucity of sawfly genome sequences, in particular those of parasitoid sawflies. Here, we present comparative analyses of draft genomes of the primarily phytophagous sawfly Athalia rosae and the parasitoid sawfly Orussus abietinus. Our analyses revealed that the ancestral hymenopteran genome exhibited traits that were previously considered unique to eusocial Apocrita (e.g., low transposable element content and activity) and a wider gene repertoire than previously thought (e.g., genes for CO2 detection). Moreover, we discovered that Apocrita evolved a significantly larger array of odorant receptors than sawflies, which could be relevant to the remarkable diversification of Apocrita by enabling efficient detection and reliable identification of hosts.
Keywords
Genetics, Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics, hexamerin, major royal jelly protein, microsynteny, odorant receptor, opsin, phytophagy
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Open Access
Yes
Funding(s)
Swiss National Science Foundation / Careers / PP00P3_170664
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25/05/2020 11:50
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