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Título : Genotyping-by-sequencing provides the discriminating power to investigate the subspecies of Daucus carota (Apiaceae)
Autor : Arbizu, Carlos I.
Ellison, Shelby L.
Senalik, Douglas
Simon, Philipp W.
Spooner, David M.
Fecha de publicación : 28-oct-2016
Resumen : Results: We used GBS to obtain SNPs covering all nine Daucus carota chromosomes from 162 accessions of Daucus and two related genera. To study Daucus phylogeny, we scored a total of 10,814 or 38,920 SNPs with a maximum of 10 or 30% missing data, respectively. To investigate the subspecies of D. carota, we employed two data sets including 150 accessions: (i) rate of missing data 10% with a total of 18,565 SNPs, and (ii) rate of missing data 30%, totaling 43,713 SNPs. Consistent with prior results, the topology of both data sets separated species with 2n = 18 chromosome from all other species. Our results place all cultivated carrots (D. carota subsp. sativus) in a single clade. The wild members of D. carota from central Asia were on a clade with eastern members of subsp. sativus. The other subspecies of D. carota were in four clades associated with geographic groups: (1) the Balkan Peninsula and the Middle East, (2) North America and Europe, (3) North Africa exclusive of Morocco, and (4) the Iberian Peninsula and Morocco. Daucus carota subsp. maximus was discriminated, but neither it, nor subsp. gummifer (defined in a broad sense) are monophyletic. Conclusions: Our study suggests that (1) the morphotypes identified as D. carota subspecies gummifer (as currently broadly circumscribed), all confined to areas near the Atlantic Ocean and the western Mediterranean Sea, have separate origins from sympatric members of other subspecies of D. carota, (2) D. carota subsp. maximus, on two clades with some accessions of subsp. carota, can be distinguished from each other but only with poor morphological support, (3) D. carota subsp. capillifolius, well distinguished morphologically, is an apospecies relative to North African populations of D. carota subsp. carota, (4) the eastern cultivated carrots have origins closer to wild carrots from central Asia than to western cultivated carrots, and (5) large SNP data sets are suitable for species-level phylogenetic studies in Daucus
Palabras clave : Carrot
Daucus carota
Genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS)
Phylogeny
Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs)
Editorial : Springer Nature
Citación : Arbizu, C.I., Ellison, S.L., Senalik, D. et al. Genotyping-by-sequencing provides the discriminating power to investigate the subspecies of Daucus carota (Apiaceae). BMC Evol Biol 16, 234 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12862-016-0806-x
Descripción : 16 Páginas
URI : http://repositorio.inia.gob.pe/handle/20.500.12955/1129
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1186/s12862-016-0806-x
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