Journal Club

Selected interesting publications from other labs that have been or will be discussed in the lab.

Berg, P. R., Star, B., Pampoulie, C., Sodeland, M., Barth, J. M. I., Knutsen, H., Jakobsen, K. S., and Jentoft, S. 2016. Three chromosomal rearrangements promote genomic divergence between migratory and stationary ecotypes of Atlantic cod. Scientific Reports 6: 23246.

Cong, Q., Shen, J., Warren, A. D., Borek, D., Otwinowski, Z., and Grishin, N. V. 2016. Speciation in cloudless sulphurs gleaned from complete genomes. Genome Biology and Evolution [Early Online].

Martin, S. H., Möst, M., Palmer, W. J., Salazar, C., McMillan W. O., Jiggins, F. M., and Jiggins, C. D. 2016. Natural selection and genetic diversity in the butterfly Heliconius melpomene BioRxiv [Not peer-reviewed].

Biscotti, M. A., Olmo, E., and Heslop-Harrison, J. S. 2015. Repetitive DNA in eukaryotic genomes. Chromosome Research 23: 415-420.

Payseur, B., and Rieseberg, L. 2016. A genomic perspective on hybridization and speciation. Molecular Ecology [In Press]

Ganapathy, G., Howard, J. T., Ward, J. M., et al. (24 authors with Jarvis, E. D. last author). 2014. High-coverage sequencing and annotated assemblies of the budgerigar. GigaScience 3: 11e

Dion-Cote, A-M., Symonova, R., Rab, P., and Bernatchez, L. Reproductive isolation in a nascent species pair is associated with aneuploidy in hybrid offspring.  Proceedings B 282: 20142862.

Zhang, G., Li, C., Li, Q., et al. (106 authors with Wang, J. last author). 2014. Comparative genomics reveals insights into avian genome evolution and adaptation. Science 346: 1311-1320.

Ahola, V., Lehtonen, R., Somervuo, P., et al. (47 authors with Hanski, I. last author). 2014. The Glanville fritillary genome retains ancient karyotype and reveals selective chromosomal fusions in Lepidoptera. Nature Communications 5: 4737.

Santos, M. E., Braasch, I., Boileau, N., Meyer, B. S., Sauteur, L., Böhne, A., Belting, H.-G., Affolter, M., and Salzburger, W.. 2014. The evolution of cichlid fish egg-spots is linked with a cis-regulatory change. Nature Communications 5: 5149.

Ruegg, K., and Anderson, E. C., Boone, J., Poulös, J., and Smith, T. B. 2014. A role for migration-linked genes and genomic islands in divergence of a songbird. Molecular Ecology 23: 4757-4769.

Zhan, S., Zhang, W., Niitepold, K., Hsu, J., Haeger, J. F., Zalucki, M. P., Altizer, S., de Roode, J. C., Reppert, S. M., and Kronforst, M. R.. 2014. The genetics of monarch butterfly migration and warning colouration. Nature [Early View].

Bures, P., and Zedek, F. 2014. Holokinetic drive: centromere drive in chromosomes without centromeres. Evolution 68: 2412-2420.

Sherman, N. A., Victorine, A., Wang, R. J., and Moyle, L. C. 2014. Interspecific tests of allelism reveal the evolutionary timing and pattern of accumulation of reproductive isolation mutations. PLoS Genetics 10: e1004623.

Brawand, D., Wagner, C. E., Li, Y. I. et al. (75 authors with Di Palma, F. last author). 2014. The genomic substrate for adaptive radiation in African cichlid fish. Nature [Early View].

Carneiro, M., Albert, F. W., Afonso, S., Pereira, R. J., Burbano, H., Campos, R., Melo-Ferreira, J., Blanco-Aguiar, J. A., Villafuerte, R., Nachman, M. W., Good, J. M., and Ferrand, N. 2014. The genomic architecture of population divergence between subspecies of the European rabbit. PLoS Genetics 10: e1003519.

Gossmann, T. I., Santure, A. W., Sheldon, B. C., Slate, J., and Zeng, K. 2014. Highly variable recombinational landscape modulates efficacy of natural selection in birds. Genome Biology and Evolution 6: 2061-2075.

Lukhtanov, V. A., Kandul, N. P., Plotkin, J. B., Dantchenko, A. V., Haig, D., and Pierce, N. 2005. Reinforcement of pre-zygotic isolation and karyotype evolution in Agrodiaetus butterflies. Nature 436: 385-389.

Zhan, S., Merlin, C., Boore, J. L., and Reppert, S. M. 2011. The Monarch butterfly genome yields insights into long-distance migration. Cell 147: 1-15.

Ekblom, R., and Wolf, J. B. W. 2014. A field guide to whole-genome sequencing, assembly and annotation. Evolutionary Applications ISSN 1752-4571.

Cruickshank, T. E., and Hahn, M. W. 2014. Reanalysis suggests that genomic islands of speciation are due to reduced diversity, not reduced gene flow. Molecular Ecology 23: 3133–3157.

Dinca, V., Wiklund, C., Lukhtanov, V. A., Kodandaramaiah, U., Noren, K., Dapporto, L., Wahlberg, N, Vila, R., and Friberg, M. 2013. Reproductive isolation and patterns of genetic differentiation in a cryptic butterfly species complex. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 2095-2106.

Alcaide, M., Scordato, E. S. C., Price, T., and Irwin, D. E. 2014. Genomic divergence in a ring species complex. Nature [In Press]

Rastas, P., Paulin, L., Hanski, I., Jehtonen, R., and Auvinen, P. 2013. Lep-MAP: fast and accurate linkage map construction for large SNP datasets. Bioinformatics 29: 3128-3134.

Trier, C. N., Hermansen, J. S., Saetre, G-P., and Bailey, R. I. 2014. Evidence for mito-nuclear and sex-linked reproductive barriers between the hybrid italian sparrow and its parent species. PLoS Genetics 10:e1004075.

Campos, J. L., Halligan, D. L., Haddrill, P. R., and Charlesworth, B. 2014. The relation between recombination rate and patterns of molecular evolution and variation in Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular Biology and Evolution [Advanced Access]

Chen, S., Zhang, G., Shao, C., 41 co-authors, and Wang, J. 2014. Whole-genome sequence of a flatfish provides insights into ZW sex chromosome evolution and adaptation to a benthic lifestyle. Nature Genetics [Advanced Access]

van Oers, K., Santure, A. W., De Cauwer, I., van Bers, N. E. M., Crooijmans, R. P. M. A., Sheldon, B. C., Visser, M. E., Slate, J., and Groenen, M. A. M. 2014. Replicated high-density genetic maps of two great tit populations reveal fine-scale genomic departures from sex-equal recombination rates. Heredity 112: 307-316.

Rheindt, F. E., Fujita, M. K., Wilton, P. R., and Edwards, S. V. 2014. Introgression and phenotypic assimilation in Zimmerius flycatchers (Tyrannidae): population genetic and phylogenetic inferences from genome-wide SNPs. Systematic Biology 63: 134-152.