2002, 11: 419-430. No markers were found corresponding to the largely heterochromatic X and Y chromosomes. Also, if taken too far, the âalign and extendâ process could eventually start identifying conserved protein motifs as repetitive elements. 1998). No 18-mer was used more than once and only sequences that extended more than 50bp were retained for further analysis. We first counted the frequency of the 18-mers that comprise each of the six satellite sequences in the raw reads. ArticleÂ Precise single base substitution in the shibire gene by CRISPR/Cas9-mediated homology directed repair in Bactrocera tryoni Pest eradication using the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) involves high-density releases of sterilized males that mate with wild females and ultimately suppress the population. The genomic arrangement of the putative satellite sequences (tandem arrays, head-to-tail, head-to-head etc) was again investigated in the raw reads. 1998, Table 1), labeled with biotin-16-dUTP (Roche) using the random priming method, were used as probes in polytene chromosome in situ hybridization experiments, as described by Zhao et al. The close similarity between the species at the sequence level allowed Illumina HiSeq data from both B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi to be mapped against the B. tryoni assembly. The same CEGMA-based approach was used to assess the completeness of the two unscaffolded assemblies. 10.1016/0022-1910(71)90174-0. 2008-2010. http://www.repeatmasker.org. CASÂ B. jarvisi is morphologically quite distinct from B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis (FigureÂ 1) and has been placed in a different subgenus of the Bactrocera. Mol Biol Evol. Palomeque T, Lorite P: Satellite DNA in insects: a review. The variety of different markers would make this an extremely difficult task. Sequencing reads were mapped to all putative transcripts (red points) and a median group of 3310 transcripts (blue points). Genetica. CASÂ 2012, 22 (8): 1499-1511. Bioinformatics. Gouy M, Guindon S, Gascuel O: SeaView Version 4: A multiplatform graphical user interface for sequence alignment and phylogenetic tree building. We then chose the order that implies the most realistic crossover distribution. Since satellite sequences do not assemble easily, their arrangement in the genome (i.e. Correspondence to The reduced set of transcripts was filtered to exclude repetitive sequences and incomplete sequences. Orr HA: Genetics of male and female sterility in hybrids of Drosophila pseudoobscura and D. persimilis. The distance between the homologous flanking sequences was then measured in B. neohumeralis or B. jarvisi (where the flanking sequences were on the same contig). Nine microsatellites were chosen from the first B. tryoni genomic library screening, based on the initial estimates of polymorphism of the markers (Kinnear et al. 10.1093/bioinformatics/btq033. 2002, 116 (1): 97-106. Those variants were then incorporated into the B. tryoni repeat sequences to produce a species-specific set of homologous repeats. Bactrocera latifrons is a serious pest of solanaceous fruits and Bactrocera umbrosa is a pest of Artocarpus fruits, while Bactrocera melastomatos infests the fruit of Melastomataceae. The microsatellite structures, primers, and alleles are described in Table 1 of Wang et al. 10.1093/bioinformatics/btq683. The alignment of the three sequences, along with the D. melanogaster rRNA sequence, is included in Additional file 3, which confirms the difference between the B. tryoni/B. The species can be distinguished by the colour of the humeral calli (the âshoulder padsâ) on the anterior of the thorax, which is yellow in B. tryoni and dark in B. neohumeralis. 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. The Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera, Teph-ritidae), is a significant pest of Australiaâs east coast orchards, infesting almost every commercial fruit crop except pineapple and strawberry (Drew 1989). (DOC 131 KB), Additional file 4: B. neohumeralis transcripts with novel stop codons. The B. tryoni strain used for sequencing was the bent wings (bw) strain . Smith PT, Mcpheron BA, Kambhampati S: Phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA supports the monophyly of Dacini Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae). Fragments of mariner transposon sequences were counted as a single element if the fragments covered less than twice the length of the canonical transposon sequence and there were no other fragments for the same distance on either side. 10.1111/j.1440-6055.1997.tb01430.x. We also observed that many transposon sequences in the B. tryoni scaffolds were in homologous positions in both the B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi contigs. 2003, 13 (9): 2178-2189. 1971, 17: 2139-2156. 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. Chromosome maps are drawn only approximately to scale, and chromosome lengths are not representative. Google ScholarÂ, Fruit Fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) Classification & Diversity. (DOC 38 KB), Additional file 2: B. tryoni repetitive sequences. This resulted in a final set of 3310 genomic segments corresponding to individual putative transcripts. The observed changes in heterozygosity and allelic richness were compared with the expected changes in heterozygosity generated by a stochastic simulation including genetic â¦ Our k-mer extension produced hundreds of fragments in the range 50 â 300 bp. For each order, the distribution of crossover points required to explain each progeny was calculated, and the ten marker orders having the lowest total number of crossovers were printed out. For full access to this pdf, sign in to an existing account, or purchase an annual subscription. Starting with the fragment with the highest number of hits, we then performed an iterative process of alignment and consensus extension of the sequences. 2011, 12: 60-10.1186/1471-2164-12-60. volumeÂ 15, ArticleÂ number:Â 1153 (2014) For each million occurrences of Btry_Sat1 12-mer 1 in the Illumina HiSeq reads, we observed ~700,000 occurrences of 12-mer 2 on the same read. Green CL, Frommer M: The genome of the Queensland fruit fly Bactrocera tryoni contains multiple representatives of the mariner family of transposable elements. This first draft B. tryoni genome resembles other dipteran genomes in terms of size and putative coding sequences. Inclusion of partial matches increased that percentage to 98.8%, indicating that the assembly of coding regions was near-complete. 10.1093/nar/26.4.1107. The comparative frequency of variants across the rRNA locus. 1994, 1995). By comparison, only 41.8% B. jarvisi reads mapped to the B. tryoni assembly with quality qâ>â20. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011, 26 (4): 160-167. However, the ratios for D. melanogaster in particular are biased downward due to the greater number of gene models available for that species. Raw reads were again aligned to the set of 3310 transcripts with a mapping quality filter of qâ=â55 to ensure mappings were unique. The k value was determined after testing values ranging from 40-70. Smith PH: Genetic manipulation of the circadian clockâs timing of sexual behaviour in the Queensland fruit flies, Dacus tryoni and Dacus humeralis. Smit AFA, Hubley R: RepeatModeler Open-1.0. From the reciprocal interspecific cross, female B. tryoni with male B. jarvisi, it was discovered that part of the B. jarvisi mitochondrial cytb and an intronless tra-2 gene were present on the B. jarvisi Y chromosome. The genetic-based sterile insect technique (SIT) is an effective and environmentally safe strategy to diminish populations of agricultural and horticultural insect pests. 10.1038/nbt.1883. ArticleÂ CASÂ The Venn diagram shows the number of groups that included gene models from either one, two or three of the species. For example, two 12-mers at positions 1 and 50 in the satellite sequence should always appear 50 bp apart in the same 5â-to-3â orientation. Panel B shows a male B. jarvisi, which is distinguished from the other two species by the extra yellow marking immediately posterior to the humeral callus, the lighter body colour, clear costal cells on the anterior wing margin and abdominal stripes. Genetic Consequences of Domestication and Mass Rearing of Pest Fruit Fly Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera: Tephritidae) Gilchrist A. S., Cameron E. C., Sved J. Positions of centromeres are defined from the polytene map (Zhao et al. Bull Entomol Res 91: 139-148. For each alignment, a custom Perl script extracted the matching scaffold (genomic) sequence along with up to 200 bp of flanking sequence. 1981, 29 (1): 87-97. 2009, 19 (6): 1117-1123. Assessment using conserved core eukaryotic sequences indicated 98% completeness. 2009, 4 (3): e4688-10.1371/journal.pone.0004688. The potential use of hybrids, together with the genome information, provides a powerful system for investigating the genetic basis for all identifiable phenotypic differences between the three species, including mating-time differences and morphological divergence. 10.1101/gr.129684.111. J Insect Physiol. Conversely, this limited our ability to identify short deletions as some reads will align over short gaps and/or mismatches. Aust J Entomol. Genomic clones containing microsatellite repeats (Kinnear et al. Recently, a sample of female-only DNA was sequenced (also Illumina Hi-Seq) giving an estimate of 829 Mbp. Google ScholarÂ. Nevertheless, the number of gene models for C. capitata was closer to that of B. tryoni (20674 versus 16710 gene models) and probably contained a similar proportion of splice variants. Coverage was measured using BEDtools utility genomeCoverageBed , excluding the 100 bp flanking regions. Microsatellite typing was performed as detailed by Yu et al. 2013, 29 (5): 652-653. Then a single F1 male or a single F1 female was backcrossed to a single fly from the same genetically marked stock. (2001), and the other three were loci 9.4.8, 12.8.1A, and 1.7.7 in Table 1 of Kinnear et al. Among these nine microsatellites, six were described in Table 1 of Yu et al. Each column indicates a marker, with Ã showing a segregating cross. Insect Mol Biol. Privacy 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. OrthoMCL compares gene models from different organisms, producing groups of protein orthlogs based on sequence similarity. 1998, Table 1) and the insert size of the clones. Meats A, Maheswaran P, Frommer M, Sved J: Towards a male-only release system for SIT with the Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni, using a genetic sexing strain with a temperature-sensitive lethal mutation. Google ScholarÂ. The larger female genome size was expected on the basis of cytological evidence . Entomol Exp Appl. Another striking aspect of the data is that some of the genes are associated in D. â¦ B. jarvisi shows greater differentiation from both B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis, particularly in the ITS and IGS. 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. Additionally, the species should be amenable to forced mating in the lab to allow genetic analysis. 2011, 12 (10): R107-10.1186/gb-2011-12-10-r107. DNA studies have shown that this different subgeneric status may not be warranted, but B. jarvisi is sufficiently differentiated that it has formed a convenient outgroup for DNA sequence comparisons between B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis. We installed a local database for use with Blast2Go. Both pairwise comparisons involving D. melanogaster showed more groups with a 1:2 ratio rather than a 1:1 ratio. Springer Nature. Malacrida AR, Gomulski LM, Bonizzoni M, Bertin S, Gasperi G, Gugliclmino CR: Globalization and fruitfly invasion and expansion: the medfly paradigm. Many of these species, including the Bactrocera, have arisen relatively recently in evolutionary terms . Genetics. the construction of Drosophila rRNA sequences . 1966, 20: 315-336. The remaining sequences produced by the k-mer analysis were mostly fragments of transposons. 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. Bioinformatics. 2008, 18 (1): 188-196. Given that the Illumina HiSeq data contained 29.8 GB of sequence, the estimated genome size was 701 Mbp. The majority of these occurred either in alternate transcripts (45) or sequences that had no Blast results (70), while some stop codons were close to the end of the B. tryoni-version of the transcript. 2004, 5: 59-10.1186/1471-2105-5-59. Differential expression of these is currently under investigation as part of a comparative transcriptomics project (K. Raphael pers. 2005, 110 (1â4): 462-467. 10.1046/j.0962-1075.2001.00275.x. 2012, 40 (Database issue): D306-D312. CASÂ In this paper, we report the establishment of five linkage groups of B. tryoni, including 26 microsatellite markers, three visible markers, and two RFLP markers. Part of The present study presents a first set of Bactrocera-specific resources that will assist genomic and genetic studies in all these areas. Tssk1 has been involved to control male fertility in both mammals and insects. Cycle program: 94Â°C for 3 min; 30 cycles of 94Â°C for 1 min, 60Â°C for 1 min, and 72Â°C for 1 min; and 1 cycle of 72Â°C for 5 min. Additional file 5 shows that ~92% of 12-mers from Btry_Sat1 were at the distance and in the orientation expected if Btry_Sat1 occurred mainly in large tandem arrays. 1998); the scarlet RFLP marker is located at that position. Lewontin RC, Birch LC: Hybridization as a source of variation for adaptation to new environments. Also, PCR and subsequent restriction digestion on another B. tryoni eye-color gene, scarlet (Zhao et al., 2003), revealed one BclI polymorphic site within exon 5, and this RFLP marker is designated as Rscarlet. Garrigan D, Kingan SB, Geneva AJ, Andolfatto P, Clark AG, Thornton KR, Presgraves DC: Genome sequencing reveals complex speciation in the Drosophila simulans clade. In B. tryoni, restriction assays of genomic PCR products within exons 4â6 of the B. tryoniwhite eye-color gene (Bennett and Frommer 1997) revealed polymorphism at RsaI restriction sites within intron 5. The only differences identified in those earlier studies were two single-nucleotide substitutions and a trinucleotide indel within the ribosomal gene internal transcribed spacer (ITS2), a level of differentiation more commonly observed between populations than between reproductively isolated species. Google ScholarÂ. The PCR products appeared as single (homozygote) or double (heterozygote) bands. Shearman, D. C. A. and Frommer, M. (1998). Emelianov I, Hernandes-Lopez A, Torrence M, Watts N: Fusion-fission experiments in Aphidius: evolutionary split without isolation in response to environmental bimodality. The closest species pairs are D. pseudoobscura - D. persimilis, a cross which produces sterile males  and D. simulans - D. mauritiana. 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. The close similarity between B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis is consistent with the fact that, despite the complete absence of wild hybrids , hybrids between the two species are viable and fertile, with only marginal reductions in fitness . Genome Biol. We partitioned fixed inter-species nucleotide substitutions between exons, introns, UTRs and non-coding DNA, with exon substitution rates being further classified as synonymous or non-synonymous (TableÂ 5). 10.1139/gen-41-4-510. The size of the element (A and B above) was then compared between species. Streisfeld MA, Young WN, Sobel JM: Divergent selection drives genetic differentiation in an R2R3-MYB transcription factor that contributes to incipient speciation in Mimulus aurantiacus. Of the 16710 input sequences, 14334 produced Blast alignments with an NCBI invertebrate reference sequence library. Bolger AM, Lohse M, Usadel B: Trimmomatic: a flexible trimmer for Illumina sequence data. Work was supported by HA grant (CT10033) to ASG and DCAS, the University of New South Wales, the Victorian Department of Primary Industries and by EIF Super Science funding to the Systems Biology Initiative and the Ramaciotti Centre for Genomics. Genomic segments containing runs of five or more Ns were removed, as were transcripts with a MAKER-derived AED scoreâ>â0.2 (indicative of transcripts with lesser evidential support). The bw mutation was isolated from a single wild fly caught near Gosford, NSW, Australia, bred for homozygosity of the marker and maintained in the lab for 10 years (approximately 80 generations) before being further inbred by two rounds of single pair matings. For each species, raw reads were then mapped to the appropriate set of repeats to estimate coverage for the repeated sequences. 10.1111/j.0014-3820.2000.tb00090.x. Each graph compares the classification of the putative B. tryoni transcripts (outer ring) with the annotations of C. capitata (middle ring) and D. melanogaster (inner ring). Transcriptomic assemblies confirmed our assembled sequence of the B. tryoni transcribed unit (DCAS, unpublished data). Nevertheless, our B. tryoni gene models do not appear to be a simple subset of the other two species, since both B. tryoni and C. capitata are equally distinct from D. melanogaster and each other. Gapped alignment programs (e.g bwa-mem) were used to identify B. tryoni scaffold segments with zero coverage. For example, in Btry_Sat1, variants of the first and second 12-mers should co-occur on the same 100 bp read at a frequency of 0.87. PubMedÂ It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide, This PDF is available to Subscribers Only. It is a major pest of horticulture and arguably the worst horticultural insect pest in Australia. To finalise the consensus sequence, the most common variant at each SNP was checked by mapping the Illumina HiSeq reads to the candidate repeats using bwa-mem , extracting variant frequencies from the Samtools mpileup file  using VarScan 2 . (DOC 61 KB), http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0, http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/, https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2164-15-1153. This suggests that mariner sequence insertions are associated with a small increase of intra-species sequence variation. Nevertheless, crossing over in males has been found with a low frequency in several species of higher Diptera (Foster et al. Microsatellites Bt14 and Bt4 were recovered from the same clone 12.8.1, and microsatellites 2.6A and 2.6B were also recovered from a single clone. 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). 2002). Two of the libraries were prepared with 300 bp insert size and one with 500 bp insert size. Christensen BM, Zhang Y, Mori A, Tahathy V, Severson DW. In total, 13 three-generation pedigrees, each marked with the mutation oe, wm, or bw, were generated in the experiment and have been used to map the morphological and molecular markers (Figure 1). However, this level of association between repetitive sequences and the deletions was not significant. California Privacy Statement, Additionally, 12-mers near the 3â end of the satellite sequence should always occur in the negative direction (i.e. Hendrichs J, Rendon P, Kerremans P, Franz G. Frommer M, Sved JA, Bariana HS, Kinnear MW. Stanke M, Tzvetkova A, Morgenstern B: AUGUSTUS at EGASP: using EST, protein and genomic alignments for improved gene prediction in the human genome. They are members of the subgenus Bactrocera. The central peak of the distribution indicated a mean coverage of 41-43. Yet, since hybrids between these species are fertile, they present an unusually powerful model for investigating the genetic bases of morphological development, the evolution of morphological change and the molecular aspects of pest status and behaviour. We identified B. tryoni repetitive sequences from a combination of RepeatModeler de novo predictions, a k-mer extension analysis and manual curation as detailed in the Methods section. For the related species B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi we obtained 62 Gbp and 55 Gbp of 100 bp paired-end Illumina HiSeq data respectively. eprint ArXiv. The mitogenome information for B. minax was compared to the homologous sequences of Bactrocera oleae, Bactrocera tryoni, Bactrocera philippinensis, Bactrocera carambolae, Bactrocera papayae, Bactrocera â¦ This result conforms to the general rule that crossing over is rare or absent in males of higher Diptera (e.g., Cladera 1981; Foster and Whitten 1974; Morgan 1914). Questions about the extent of polymorphism within and between the two species can only properly be answered by sequencing unrelated individuals from wild populations. Additional file 1: B. tryoni genome assembly. Genetica. For the satellite sequence Btry_Sat1 (166 bp in length), the histogram shows the frequency distribution of the spacing between the 12-mer beginning at position 1 of the canonical sequence and other 12-mers from the same satellite sequence that are close enough to co-occur on the same 100 bp read. Genomic DNA for each sequencing run was extracted from 20 male fly heads using the method as described in . The process was terminated after the 50000 most abundant 18-mers had been either been extended or eliminated due to inclusion in a previous extension sequence. For B. neohumeralis, 33% of Illumina HiSeq reads mapped to the B. neohumeralis repeats (average NMâ=â5.2). Bactrocera tryoni, the Queensland fruit fly, is established along the entire Australian east coast. Insect Mol Biol. Similar evidence was found that the other four satellite sequences were also present mainly as head-to-tail tandem arrays. To further reduce any false positives due to regions of low coverage, only those deletions with >20x coverage for all the 10 bases immediately bordering both sides of the deleted segment were used in further analysis. J Econ Entomol. Anthony Stuart Gilchrist. Therefore the three Australian pest tephritids, which can be hybridised and subjected to selection experiments, constitute a formidable model system that allows genetic and molecular analyses of a number of traits related to pest status â host fruit preferences, lure and odorant attractancy and invasive potential. 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. 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