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Genome resequencing reveals the evolutionary history of garlic reproduction traits
Year:
2023
Source of publication :
Horticulture Research
Authors :
Kamenetsky, Rina
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Shemesh, Einat
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Sherman, Amir
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Co-Authors:

Haiping Wang, 
Einat Shemesh-Mayer, 
Jiangjiang Zhang, 
Song Gao, 
Zheng Zeng, 
Zemao Yang, 
Xueyu Zhang, 
Huixia Jia, 
Yanzhou Wang, 
Jiangping Song, 
Xiaohui Zhang, 
Wenlong Yang, 
Qiaoyun He, 
Amir Sherman, 
Lin Li, 
Rina Kamenetsky, 
Touming Liu

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Abstract:

The propagation of cultivated garlic relies on vegetative cloves, thus flowers become non-essential for reproduction in this species, driving the evolution of reproductive feature-derived traits. To obtain insights into the evolutionary alteration of reproductive traits in the clonally propagated garlic, the evolutionary histories of two main reproduction-related traits, bolting and flower differentiation, were explored by genome analyses using 134 accessions displaying wide diversity in these two traits. Resequencing identified 272.8 million variations in the garlic genome, 198.0 million of which represent novel variants. Population analysis identified five garlic groups that have evolved into two clades. Gene expression, single-cell transcriptome sequencing, and genome-wide trait association analyses have identified numerous candidates that correlate with reproductive transition and flower development, some of which display distinct selection signatures. Selective forces acting on the B-box zinc finger protein-encoding Asa2G00291.1, the global transcription factor group E protein-encoding Asa5G01527.1, and VERNALIZATION INSENSITIVE 3-like Asa3G03399.1 appear to be representative of the evolution of garlic bolting. Plenty of novel genomic variations and trait-related candidates represent valuable resources for biological studies of garlic. Numerous selective signatures from genes associated with the two chosen reproductive traits provide important insights into the evolutionary history of reproduction in this clonally propagated crop.

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DOI :
10.1093/hr/uhad208
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Scopus
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Language:
English
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Last updated date:
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Genome resequencing reveals the evolutionary history of garlic reproduction traits

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Song Gao, 
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Zemao Yang, 
Xueyu Zhang, 
Huixia Jia, 
Yanzhou Wang, 
Jiangping Song, 
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Wenlong Yang, 
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Genome resequencing reveals the evolutionary history of garlic reproduction traits

The propagation of cultivated garlic relies on vegetative cloves, thus flowers become non-essential for reproduction in this species, driving the evolution of reproductive feature-derived traits. To obtain insights into the evolutionary alteration of reproductive traits in the clonally propagated garlic, the evolutionary histories of two main reproduction-related traits, bolting and flower differentiation, were explored by genome analyses using 134 accessions displaying wide diversity in these two traits. Resequencing identified 272.8 million variations in the garlic genome, 198.0 million of which represent novel variants. Population analysis identified five garlic groups that have evolved into two clades. Gene expression, single-cell transcriptome sequencing, and genome-wide trait association analyses have identified numerous candidates that correlate with reproductive transition and flower development, some of which display distinct selection signatures. Selective forces acting on the B-box zinc finger protein-encoding Asa2G00291.1, the global transcription factor group E protein-encoding Asa5G01527.1, and VERNALIZATION INSENSITIVE 3-like Asa3G03399.1 appear to be representative of the evolution of garlic bolting. Plenty of novel genomic variations and trait-related candidates represent valuable resources for biological studies of garlic. Numerous selective signatures from genes associated with the two chosen reproductive traits provide important insights into the evolutionary history of reproduction in this clonally propagated crop.

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