Gene content evolution in the arthropods.

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Title
Gene content evolution in the arthropods.
Journal
Genome biology
Author(s)
Thomas GWC, Dohmen E., Hughes DST, Murali S.C., Poelchau M., Glastad K., Anstead C.A., Ayoub N.A., Batterham P., Bellair M., Binford G.J., Chao H., Chen Y.H., Childers C., Dinh H., Doddapaneni H.V., Duan J.J., Dugan S., Esposito L.A., Friedrich M., Garb J., Gasser R.B., Goodisman MAD, Gundersen-Rindal D.E., Han Y., Handler A.M., Hatakeyama M., Hering L., Hunter W.B., Ioannidis P., Jayaseelan J.C., Kalra D., Khila A., Korhonen P.K., Lee C.E., Lee S.L., Li Y., Lindsey ARI, Mayer G., McGregor A.P., McKenna D.D., Misof B., Munidasa M., Munoz-Torres M., Muzny D.M., Niehuis O., Osuji-Lacy N., Palli S.R., Panfilio K.A., Pechmann M., Perry T., Peters R.S., Poynton H.C., Prpic N.M., Qu J., Rotenberg D., Schal C., Schoville S.D., Scully E.D., Skinner E., Sloan D.B., Stouthamer R., Strand M.R., Szucsich N.U., Wijeratne A., Young N.D., Zattara E.E., Benoit J.B., Zdobnov E.M., Pfrender M.E., Hackett K.J., Werren J.H., Worley K.C., Gibbs R.A., Chipman A.D., Waterhouse R.M., Bornberg-Bauer E., Hahn M.W., Richards S.
ISSN
1474-760X (Electronic)
ISSN-L
1474-7596
Publication state
Published
Issued date
23/01/2020
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
21
Number
1
Pages
15
Language
english
Notes
Publication types: Journal Article ; Research Support, N.I.H., Extramural ; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't ; Research Support, U.S. Gov't, Non-P.H.S.
Publication Status: epublish
Abstract
Arthropods comprise the largest and most diverse phylum on Earth and play vital roles in nearly every ecosystem. Their diversity stems in part from variations on a conserved body plan, resulting from and recorded in adaptive changes in the genome. Dissection of the genomic record of sequence change enables broad questions regarding genome evolution to be addressed, even across hyper-diverse taxa within arthropods.
Using 76 whole genome sequences representing 21 orders spanning more than 500 million years of arthropod evolution, we document changes in gene and protein domain content and provide temporal and phylogenetic context for interpreting these innovations. We identify many novel gene families that arose early in the evolution of arthropods and during the diversification of insects into modern orders. We reveal unexpected variation in patterns of DNA methylation across arthropods and examples of gene family and protein domain evolution coincident with the appearance of notable phenotypic and physiological adaptations such as flight, metamorphosis, sociality, and chemoperception.
These analyses demonstrate how large-scale comparative genomics can provide broad new insights into the genotype to phenotype map and generate testable hypotheses about the evolution of animal diversity.
Keywords
Animals, Arthropods/classification, Arthropods/genetics, DNA Methylation, Evolution, Molecular, Genetic Speciation, Genetic Variation, Phylogeny, Arthropods, DNA methylation, Evolution, Gene content, Genome assembly, Genomics, Protein domains
Pubmed
Web of science
Open Access
Yes
Funding(s)
Swiss National Science Foundation / 31003A_143936
Swiss National Science Foundation / PP00P3_170664
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