Cotton pan-genome retrieves the lost sequences and genes during domestication and selection
Li, J.; Yuan, D.; Wang, P.; Wang, Q.; Sun, M.; Liu, Z.; Si, H.; Xu, Z.; Ma, Y.; Zhang, B.; Pei, L.; Tu, L.; Zhu, L.; Chen, L.-L.; Lindsey, K.; Zhang, X.; Jin, S.; Wang, M.
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Background Millennia of directional human selection has reshaped the genomic architecture of cultivated cotton relative to wild counterparts, but we have limited understanding of the selective retention and fractionation of genomic components. Results We construct a comprehensive genomic variome based on 1961 cottons and identify 456 Mb and 357 Mb of sequence with domestication and improvement selection signals and 162 loci, 84 of which are novel, including 47 loci associated with 16 agronomic traits. Using pan-genome analyses, we identify 32,569 and 8851 non-reference genes lost from Gossypium hirsutum and Gossypium barbadense reference genomes respectively, of which 38.2% (39,278) and 14.2% (11,359) of genes exhibit presence/absence variation (PAV). We document the landscape of PAV selection accompanied by asymmetric gene gain and loss and identify 124 PAVs linked to favorable fiber quality and yield loci. Conclusions This variation repertoire points to genomic divergence during cotton domestication and improvement, which informs the characterization of favorable gene alleles for improved breeding practice using a pan-genome-based approach.
Li, J., Yuan, D., Wang, P., Wang, Q., Sun, M., Liu, Z., …Wang, M. (2021). Cotton pan-genome retrieves the lost sequences and genes during domestication and selection. Genome Biology, 22, Article 119. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13059-021-02351-w
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|Acceptance Date||Apr 14, 2021|
|Online Publication Date||Apr 23, 2021|
|Deposit Date||Apr 28, 2021|
|Publicly Available Date||Apr 30, 2021|
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