Genomic segments containing runs of five or more Ns were removed, as were transcripts with a MAKER-derived AED score > 0.2 (indicative of transcripts with lesser evidential support). EST evidence was provided in the form of five B. tryoni de novo transcriptome libraries produced by the Trinity software [63]. The hybridization signal was located on a puff; thus it showed a characteristic dispersed granular appearance. The remaining sequences produced by the k-mer analysis were mostly fragments of transposons. Bactrocera tryoni Entomology Unit IAEA Seibersdorf, Austria Bactocera tryoni: Origin: Eastern Australia and some Pacific Island Common name: Queensland fruit fly Host: Most fruits and fruiting vegetables, wild hosts. 1996) and used to identify and localize two genetic loci that are involved in refractoriness of A. gambiae to Plasmodium (Zheng 1997). 2006, 7 (Suppl:1:S11): 11-18. neohumeralis 17 bp vs. 9 bp: 2-tailed t-test, p < 0.001; B. tryoni /B. 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. It has been shown that release of sterile male flies in place of sterile mixed broods can improve the SIT program considerably (McInnis et al. The size of the element (A and B above) was then compared between species. The BEDtools utility genomeCoverageBed [55] was used to identify all B. tryoni genomic intervals over 10 bp with zero coverage by either B. neohumeralis or B. jarvisi Illumina HiSeq data. The Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni, is Australia’s most important horticultural pest. Since we did not have scaffolded assemblies for either B. neohumeralis or B. jarvisi, we were unable to reliably investigate syntenic differences between the species. (1998), redesignated as Bt5, Bt4, and Bt6, respectively. In B. tryoni, these sequences ranged from 154 bp to 182 bp, typical of alphoid satellite DNA [27]. When any of the top three hits were bacterial, the scaffold was removed. Terms and Conditions, Google ScholarÂ. Three-generation pedigrees, showing numbers of progeny and informative markers. Genomic clones containing microsatellite repeats (Kinnear et al. 2001, 10 (4): 371-386. Mol Phylogenet Evol. Another striking aspect of the data is that some of the genes are associated in D. … 10.1093/bioinformatics/btu170. Our method requires only a single assembled reference genome for comparison with raw sequencing reads from sibling species. Korf I: Gene finding in novel genomes. Figure 6 shows that, of the three pairwise comparisons, B. tryoni and C. capitata had the most groups with an approximate 1:1 ratio. Protein homology evidence for MAKER consisted of coding sequences from two other Dipterans: D. melanogaster (ftp://ftp.flybase.net/releases/FB2013_06/dmel_r5.54/fasta/dmel-all-CDS-r5.54.fasta.gz) and medfly, Ceratitis capitata (ftp://ftp.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genomes/Ceratitis_capitata). The consensus sequence for B. jarvisi is only 9498 bp (rather than 10 kb) due to shorter assembled IGS sequences. Genome Biol. Both pairwise comparisons involving D. melanogaster showed more groups with a 1:2 ratio rather than a 1:1 ratio. The complete 16,043 bp mitochondrial genome (mitogenome) of Bactrocera minax (Diptera: Tephritidae) has been sequenced. The wild-type laboratory stock of B. tryoni originated from the Post-Harvest Laboratory in Gosford, New South Wales, Australia, where it had been the domestic stock for almost 20 years. Genetica. Since B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi both show very low sequence divergence from B. tryoni (<1%; see section in substitution rates below), homologs of the B. tryoni repeat sequences were constructed for the other two species by simply selecting the related repeats and substituting the most common single nucleotide polymorphisms or small indels from the second species. Nevertheless, crossing over in males has been found with a low frequency in several species of higher Diptera (Foster et al. 2008, 18 (1): 188-196. The male-only data totalled 55 Gbp. The Eurofins LJD library was quality trimmed by that company. jarvisi (B). The distance expected from the canonical sequence is shown above each distribution. Additionally, the species should be amenable to forced mating in the lab to allow genetic analysis. The larger female genome size was expected on the basis of cytological evidence [20]. Positions of centromeres are defined from the polytene map (Zhao et al. 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. Zhao JT, Frommer M, Sved JA, Zacharopoulou A: Mitotic and polytene chromosome analyses in the Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera: Tephritidae). To obtain a better estimate of satellite content of the B. tryoni genome, we estimated the frequency of satellite sub-sequences in the raw reads. Panel C: Cellular components. It has a more restricted range of host-fruits [2] and appears to be limited in geographic distribution by the distribution of its main endemic host, Planchonia careya[10]. The Bactrocera species used in the present study. 2002, 116 (1): 97-106. The incidence of variants in the B. tryoni sequence reads was almost twice that of B. neohumeralis. Marcais G, Kingsford C: A fast, lock-free approach for efficient parallel counting of occurrences of k-mers. The Venn diagram shows the number of groups that included gene models from either one, two or three of the species. Over 16,000 MAKER-derived gene models showed a large degree of overlap with other Dipteran reference genomes. Figure 3 shows the occurrence of sequence variants for the three Bactrocera species (we use “variant” to indicate sequence differences both within and between individuals of each species). Evidence use to create gene models comprised de novo transcriptomes and gene models from C. capitata and D. melanogaster. (DOC 131 KB), Additional file 4: B. neohumeralis transcripts with novel stop codons. Further, it represents the first annotated and published genome of a species in the genus Bactrocera, which contains the great bulk of tephritid pests in Asia and Oceania. Any other mariner fragments within 1.5 kb (the average length of the mariner elements) were considered to be part of the same element. Contigs greater than 210 bp were retained for scaffolding. Four of the libraries were assembled using separate RNA preparations from whole embryonic, larval, late pupal and adult individuals (D. Shearman unpublished). To estimate proportion of the genome consisting of those 153 repetitive sequences, we mapped the 298 million B. tryoni Illumina HiSeq reads to the B. tryoni-specific repeats. For repeat masking, we used a combination of the Repbase Dipteran library [29] and the B. tryoni-specific repeats identified above. The mitogenome information for B. minax was compared to the homologous sequences of Bactrocera oleae, Bactrocera tryoni, Bactrocera philippinensis, Bactrocera carambolae, Bactrocera papayae, Bactrocera … 2005, 50: 293-319. Trends Genet. B. neohumeralis usually have a darker body colour. Genome Res. Using RepeatMasker with default parameters and the Repbase repeat library [29], 31 Mbp of the B. tryoni assembly was masked. During 1996–1997, in order to provide the laboratory stock with more fresh wild character, wild flies collected from the Sydney area were occasionally introduced into the stock by forced mating. The B. tryoni strain used for sequencing was established from a mutant individual [45] and subsequently subjected to two further rounds of single-pair inbreeding to reduce polymorphism and facilitate assembly. The genome size was estimated from the peak of the lower distribution. B. jarvisi is morphologically quite distinct from B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis (Figure 1) and has been placed in a different subgenus of the Bactrocera[2]. Tyschen PH, Fletcher BS: Studies on the rhythm of mating in the Queensland fruit fly, Dacus (Bactrocera) tryoni. The white gene of the tephritid fruit fly Bactrocera tryoni is characterized by a long untranslated 5′ leader and a 12 kb first intron. The discovery of the genetic processes causing and accompanying speciation has been a long-standing challenge for evolutionary biologists. All alleles behaved as autosomal codominant Mendelian factors. 2003, 93: 351-360. Article  (2001). We have also shown how whole genome sequence data can be used to generate simple diagnostic tests between very closely-related species where only one of the species is scaffolded. 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. This has enabled the establishment of DNA tests for the B. jarvisi Y chromosome [32,36]. 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. For each species pair comparison, homologous DNA segment size varies more in the vicinity of transposon (mariner) sequences (red points) than at random sites (black points). Garrigan D, Kingan SB, Geneva AJ, Andolfatto P, Clark AG, Thornton KR, Presgraves DC: Genome sequencing reveals complex speciation in the Drosophila simulans clade. Nevertheless, each of the three sets of gene models are at different stages in their curation and so the present analysis was only intended to indicate the completeness if the B. tryoni genomic assembly, not the transcriptomes. The possibility of gene enrichment was investigated in the 341 orthologous groups that contained only B. tryoni gene models. 2002). Genome Biol. RepeatModeler was run on the final B. tryoni assembly following the authors’ instructions. First, we used the k-mer coverage methods (e.g. Overlap of protein orthologous groups for B. tryoni , C. capitata and D. melanogaster . The low coverage transcripts (coverage < 10) comprised 16% of transcripts and were likely to include many truncated or erroneous transcript predictions. 2006, 45: 157-162. 10.1139/gen-41-4-510. Via S: Natural selection in action during speciation. 2010, 26 (11): 484-10.1016/j.tig.2010.08.004. We produced a draft de novo genome assembly of Australia’s major tephritid pest species, Bactrocera tryoni. (DOC 359 KB). Google ScholarÂ, Fruit Fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) Classification & Diversity. We screened for the presence of bacterial sequences in our assembly using a Blastn search against the NCBI NT database (e-value 1e-06). Penetrance is incomplete at low temperatures for the bw mutation. Nucleic Acids Res. Orr HA: Genetics of male and female sterility in hybrids of Drosophila pseudoobscura and D. persimilis. Therefore, it was taken to represent a laboratory-adapted stock with wild-type phenotype. The results of this are shown in Figure 8A and 8B. The tephritid fruit flies include a number of economically important pests of horticulture, with a large accumulated body of research on their biology and control. Gilchrist AS, Ling AE: DNA microsatellite analysis of naturally occurring colour intermediates between Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) and Bactrocera neohumeralis (Hardy) (Diptera : Tephritidae). Genome Res. The 12-mers in the 3’ direction start at positions 13, 25, 37 etc, while the 12-mers in the 5’ direction start at -11, -23 etc. Bactrocera oleae, Bactrocera tryoni, Bactrocera philippinensis, Bactrocera Figure 1. Evolution and Ecology Research Centre, School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, 2052, Australia, Anthony Stuart Gilchrist, Deborah CA Shearman, Marianne Frommer, Kathryn A Raphael, William B Sherwin & John A Sved, Sydney Grammar School, College Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010, Australia, Systems Biology Initiative, School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2052, NSW, Australia, School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2052, NSW, Australia, Ramaciotti Centre for Gene Function Analysis, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2052, NSW, Australia, You can also search for this author in However, we know that the genomes of B. tryoni, B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi contain abundant insertions of mariner elements [25], and that partial sequences of other repeated elements have been found within sequenced introns (for example [26]). 2004, 5: 59-10.1186/1471-2105-5-59. Shearman DCA, Frommer M, Morrow JL, Raphael KA, Gilchrist AS: Interspecific hybridization as a source of novel genetic markers for the sterile insect technique in Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera: Tephritidae). Adult flies lay eggs into fruit and resultant larvae feed on the Ambiguities of order of markers are indicated by dotted outlines for the markers. Although endemic to Australia, B. tryoni is an insect pest of worldwide concern, particularly in these times of burgeoning movement of people and produce. Similarly, the same comparison between B. tryoni and B. jarvisi also showed that repetitive DNA was not preferentially associated with deletions. Homozygous SNPs for each species comparison (B. tryoni/B. Genomic scaffold segments corresponding to each transcript were extracted along with the flanking 100bp regions. Bioinformatics. That assumption was supported in the case of the B. tryoni assembly by the low percentage of orthologs (9.9%) in the CEGMA gene set. Nucleic Acids Res. 2010, 26 (6): 841-842. The non-synonymous versus synonymous ratio dN/dS (or KA/KS) was approximately 0.1, which is consistent with some degree of purifying selection affecting each species. The utility of the B. tryoni-specific repeat library can be illustrated by comparing the masking ability of RepeatMasker [30] with and without the B. tryoni-specific repeat library. Map distances are shown referring to crosses described in Figure 1. Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae) or “Qfly,” is the most serious horticultural pest in Australia, with a bioclimatic range that extends from the tropical north to the temperate south. B. jarvisi shows greater differentiation from both B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis, particularly in the ITS and IGS. 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. These are of interest because they are clearly distinct species with different behaviours leading to strong pre-mating isolation. For B. neohumeralis, 70.4% of reads mapped to the B. tryoni assembly with a mapping quality q > 20. 2011, 27 (4): 578-579. Markers listed beside the chromosome represent loci included in the linkage group for which there are no data on genetic order. The small genetic distance between B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis was reflected in the nucleotide substitution rates between the two species. Our results parallel those for Drosophila[31], where higher frequency variants (>5%) tended to be concentrated in the Internal Transcribed Spacer (ITS) and IGS regions. This resulted in a final set of 3310 genomic segments corresponding to individual putative transcripts. Annotation of the B. tryoni genome was performed using the MAKER pipeline [32]. For the major species, Queensland fruit fly, B. tryoni, we present a draft genome and annotation. 2012, 22 (3): 568-576. Initially, RepeatModeler produced 1236 sequences totalling 1.8 Mbp. 10.1111/j.1440-6055.2006.00522.x. The similarity of the genomes was exploited to identify 4924 potentially diagnostic indels between the species, all of which occur in non-coding regions. Eight molecular markers … 11333 sequences were annotated with InterProScan. 2004, 32 (5): 1792-1797. Using a subset of 3310 filtered transcripts, we obtained a distinct peak coverage at 42.5 (Figure 2). 2002, 95 (7): 658-664. The B. tryoni scaffolds have been submitted to NCBI, with accession number JHQJ00000000. Neither were deliberately inbred as was the B. tryoni strain. 10.1023/A:1020955507978. We also point the way to overcoming the problem of diagnosis: in the past, the similarity between B. tryoni and B. neohumeralis prevented the development of diagnostic genetic markers for use in hybridisation studies and quarantine testing. The microsatellite clones Bt15 and Bt10 were both mapped to section 99B of chromosome 6 on two bands next to each other. Each column indicates a marker, with × showing a segregating cross. 10.1093/bioinformatics/btq033. 1997, 36: 45-50. The sequence data used for the de novo assembly of the male B. tryoni genome is summarized in Additional file 1. RepeatModeler [24]). 10.1111/j.1439-0418.2011.01684.x. The 13 separate frequency distributions are non-overlapping at this scale and are therefore presented as one histogram. 10.1093/nar/26.4.1107. Additionally, 12-mers near the 3’ end of the satellite sequence should always occur in the negative direction (i.e. Nat Biotechnol. We installed a local database for use with Blast2Go. Panel B: Molecular Function. 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. Bioinformatics. Address correspondence to Dr. Gillies at the address above, or e-mail: Search for other works by this author on: Male linked genomic region determines sex in dioecious, Strong sexual selection does not induce population differentiation in a fish species with high dispersal potential: the curious case of the worm pipefish, Ultracontinuous single haplotype genome assemblies for the domestic cat (, New Dates for AGA Elections: Monday, November 9 to Friday, November 20, 2020, Tree of Life: Population structure, phylogeography and phylogenomics, Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic, Copyright © 2021 American Genetic Association. Assessment using conserved core eukaryotic sequences indicated 98% completeness. 2002) were used in the mapping experiment. 2002, 116 (1): 25-43. Entomol Exp Appl. Recently, a sample of female-only DNA was sequenced (also Illumina Hi-Seq) giving an estimate of 829 Mbp. [17]), using both Jellyfish [18] and DSK [19] to count k-mers. We first used the k-mer method to estimate genome size [17], using both Jellyfish [18] and DSK 1.6066 [19] to count 18-mers. To assess the overall composition of the B. tryoni gene model set, we compared it to gene model sets from two other Dipterans: C. capitata and D. melanogaster. Gilchrist, A.S., Shearman, D.C., Frommer, M. et al. Additionally, a long jumping distance (LJD) mate-pair library (8 kb insert) was prepared by Eurofins MWG Operon, Ebersberg, Germany. Second, we used a variation of the approach of [23] to estimate genome size from the coverage of single copy sequences. 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. 2000, 54 (3): 899-910. The Intergenic Spacer regions (IGS) joining the transcribed units were not completely assembled due their highly repetitive nature. Our alternative approach to the estimation of genome size was based on the coverage of putative transcripts, with the assumption that many transcripts originate from single copy sequences [23]. Bennett CL, Frommer M: The white gene of the tephritid fruit fly Bactrocera tryoni is characterized by a long untranslated 5’ leader and a 12 kb first intron. 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. Also, satellite DNA sequences receive little attention despite their potential importance to many aspects of genome evolution and regulation [27]. The limits of the four rRNA loci are based on the D. melanogaster sequence. Stanke M, Tzvetkova A, Morgenstern B: AUGUSTUS at EGASP: using EST, protein and genomic alignments for improved gene prediction in the human genome. CAS  Panel A shows a B. tryoni male on the left and a male B. neohumeralis on the right. Lewontin RC, Birch LC: Hybridization as a source of variation for adaptation to new environments. Nucleic Acids Res. 10.1111/j.1440-6055.1997.tb01430.x. These techniques include whole-genome sequencing, the development of a mapping population and linkage map, and quantitative trait analysis. However, the sequence similarity was exploited to identify a large number of deletions in the B. neohumeralis and B. jarvisi sequence data relative to the B. tryoni scaffolds. 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. Ribosomal RNA (rRNA) genes are expected to occur in large tandem arrays containing hundreds of copies of the loci. 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. 10.1146/annurev.ento.50.071803.130428. Palomeque T, Lorite P: Satellite DNA in insects: a review. Aust J Entomol. Thus for each of the three species, approximately one third of the raw sequencing reads mapped to the 249 kb of repetitive sequences listed in Additional file 2. SNAP was trained using the set of conserved genes identified by the CEGMA pipeline. The economic importance of B. tryoni has prompted intense research interest for over 60 years. 10.1093/nar/gkh340. Drew RAI: The tropical fruit flies diptera tephritidae dacinae of the australasian and oceanian regions. 2008-2010. http://www.repeatmasker.org. 10.1016/0022-1910(71)90174-0. Jurka J, Kapitonov VV, Pavlicek A, Klonowski P, Kohany O, Walichiewicz J: Repbase update, a database of eukaryotic repetitive elements. Insect Mol Biol. 2003, 13 (9): 2178-2189. In B. tryoni, 16 microsatellite markers were isolated and shown to be polymorphic in five widely separated population samples (Kinnear et al. 1998, 26 (4): 1107-1115. A necessary technique in all genetic modification experiments is the ability to stably transform a strain with a heritable marker. The highly variable and repetitive nature of the IGS prevented the complete extension of the IGS sequence. Questions about the extent of polymorphism within and between the two species can only properly be answered by sequencing unrelated individuals from wild populations. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide, This PDF is available to Subscribers Only. Those groups contained 1211 gene models (median sequence length = 150 amino acids), which were annotated with Gene Ontology and Pfam terms using Blast2Go. However, the ratios for D. melanogaster in particular are biased downward due to the greater number of gene models available for that species. 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. Bull Entomol Res 91: 139-148. We estimated genome size using two methods. 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