Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient speciation in a major forest pest

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Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient

ARTICLE Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient speciation in a major forest pest Ryan R. Bracewell1,5, Barbara J. Bentz2, Brian T. Sullivan3 & Jeffrey M. Good4 Genome evolution is predicted to be rapid following the establishment of new (neo) sex

Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient

Genome evolution is predicted to be rapid following the establishment of new (neo) sex chromosomes, but it is not known if neo-sex chromosome evolution plays an important role in speciation. Here we combine extensive crossing experiments with population and functional genomic data to examine neo-XY chromosome evolution and incipient speciation

Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient

Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient speciation in a major forest pest Genome evolution is predicted to be rapid following the establishment of new (neo) sex chromosomes, but it is not known if neo-sex chromosome evolution plays an important role in speciation.

Jeffrey M. Good’s research works in Biology and Anthropology

Jeffrey M. Good’s 3 research works with 8 citations and 127 reads, including: Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient speciation in a major forest pest.

Research Highlights – College of Humanities and Sciences

Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient speciation in a major forest pest. Nat Commun. 11/17. Campbell MA, Lukasik P, Simon C, McCutcheon JP. Idiosyncratic Genome Degradation in a Bacterial Endosymbiont of Periodical Cicadas. Curr Biol. 11/17. Cheviron ZA, Swanson DL. Comparative Transcriptomics of Seasonal Phenotypic Flexibility in Two North American Songbirds.

Defense traits in the long‐lived Great Basin bristlecone

Andrew Slack, Jeffrey Kane, Eric Knapp and Rosemary Sherriff, Contrasting Impacts of Climate and Competition on Large Sugar Pine Growth and Defense in a Fire-Excluded Forest of the Central Sierra Nevada, Forests, 10.3390/f8070244, 8, 7, (244), (2017).

Barbara J. Bentz – People – US Forest Service Research

Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient speciation in a major forest pest. Eidson, Erika L.; Mock, Karen E.; Bentz, Barbara J. 2018. Low offspring survival in mountain pine beetle infesting the resistant Great Basin bristlecone pine supports the preference-performance hypothesis .

Publications – Ryan Bracewell

Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient speciation in a major forest pest. Nature Communications, 8:1593. Wong Miller, K.M., R.R. Bracewell, M.B. Eisen and D. Bachtrog. 2017. Patterns of genome-wide diversity and population structure in the Drosophila athabasca species complex. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 34:1912-1923.

Brian Sullivan | People | SRS

Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient speciation in a major forest pest. Shepherd, William P; Sullivan, Brian T. 2017. Spatial displacement of a lure component can reduce catches of two nontarget species during spring monitoring of southern pine beetle.

A role for a neo-sex chromosome in stickleback speciation

Oct 22, 2009 · Because the fused copy of LG9 segregates with the Y chromosome in Japan Sea males, the other copy segregates as an X chromosome; this neo-sex chromosome system is defined as an X 1 X 2 Y system13, in which X 1 is the ancestral X chromosome (LG19) and X …

Bark Beetle Research, mountain pine beetle, spruce beetle

Low offspring survival in mountain pine beetle infesting the resistant Great Basin bristlecone pine supports the preference-performance hypothesis (2018) Authors: Eidson, Erika L.; Mock, Karen E.; Bentz, Barbara J.

dbachtrog (@dorisbachtrog) | Twitter

The Bachtrog lab is looking for a postdoc to characterize sex chromosome drive in Drosophila. Email me if interested. Check out our latest paper – a great collaboration with @ Nitin_Phadnis lab.

Reproductive Manipulators in the Bark Beetle Pityogenes

Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient speciation in a major forest pest. Nat. Commun . 8: 1593. Google Scholar. Crossref. Search ADS.

Journal Club | Cambridge Evolutionary Genetics

The Evolutionary Genetics Journal Club takes place every two weeks in the Bateson Room at the Department of Genetics (3 Rapid neo-sex chromosome evolution and incipient speciation in a major forest pest.