Institut for Biomedicin

Ditte Demontis

Allometric and non-allometric consequences of inbreeding on Drosophila melanogaster wings

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Allometric and non-allometric consequences of inbreeding on Drosophila melanogaster wings. / Trotta, Vincenzo; Cavicchi, Sandro; Guerra, Daniela; Andersen, Ditte Holm; Babbitt, Gregory A; Kristensen, Torsten Nygård; Pedersen, Kamilla Sofie; Loeschcke, Volker; Pertoldi, C.

I: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Bind 102, Nr. 3, 03.2011, s. 626-634.

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Trotta, V, Cavicchi, S, Guerra, D, Andersen, DH, Babbitt, GA, Kristensen, TN, Pedersen, KS, Loeschcke, V & Pertoldi, C 2011, 'Allometric and non-allometric consequences of inbreeding on Drosophila melanogaster wings', Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, bind 102, nr. 3, s. 626-634. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1095-8312.2010.01588.x

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Trotta, V., Cavicchi, S., Guerra, D., Andersen, D. H., Babbitt, G. A., Kristensen, T. N., Pedersen, K. S., Loeschcke, V., & Pertoldi, C. (2011). Allometric and non-allometric consequences of inbreeding on Drosophila melanogaster wings. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 102(3), 626-634. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1095-8312.2010.01588.x

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Trotta V, Cavicchi S, Guerra D, Andersen DH, Babbitt GA, Kristensen TN, Pedersen KS, Loeschcke V, Pertoldi C. 2011. Allometric and non-allometric consequences of inbreeding on Drosophila melanogaster wings. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 102(3):626-634. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1095-8312.2010.01588.x

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Trotta V, Cavicchi S, Guerra D, Andersen DH, Babbitt GA, Kristensen TN o.a. Allometric and non-allometric consequences of inbreeding on Drosophila melanogaster wings. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 2011 mar;102(3):626-634. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1095-8312.2010.01588.x

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Trotta, Vincenzo ; Cavicchi, Sandro ; Guerra, Daniela ; Andersen, Ditte Holm ; Babbitt, Gregory A ; Kristensen, Torsten Nygård ; Pedersen, Kamilla Sofie ; Loeschcke, Volker ; Pertoldi, C. / Allometric and non-allometric consequences of inbreeding on Drosophila melanogaster wings. I: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 2011 ; Bind 102, Nr. 3. s. 626-634.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Inbreeding is expected to increase the variability in size and shape within populations. The distinct effects of inbreeding on size and shape suggest that they are governed by different developmental pathways. One unresolved question is whether the non-allometric shape component is partially unconstrained developmentally and therefore whether shape is evolvable. In the present study, we utilized a mass outbred population of Drosophila melanogaster maintained at standard laboratory conditions. Eight lines with equivalent expected levels of inbreeding (F ≈ 0.67) were obtained by restricting the size of each population to two pairs for nine generations. Nine landmarks were measured on Drosophila wings of the inbreed lines and compared with those of the mass population. Wing landmarks comprise an excellent model system for studying evolution of size and shape. Landmark measurements were analyzed with a Procrustes generalized least squares procedure. To visualize global shape changes among samples, we reconstructed the mean shape and the shape changes related to both the allometric and non-allometric components. An increased variability in the non-allometric shape component was found with inbreeding. This indicated that shape was not entirely developmentally constrained, and therefore that shape appears to be evolvable",
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RIS

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AU - Cavicchi, Sandro

AU - Guerra, Daniela

AU - Andersen, Ditte Holm

AU - Babbitt, Gregory A

AU - Kristensen, Torsten Nygård

AU - Pedersen, Kamilla Sofie

AU - Loeschcke, Volker

AU - Pertoldi, C.

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N2 - Inbreeding is expected to increase the variability in size and shape within populations. The distinct effects of inbreeding on size and shape suggest that they are governed by different developmental pathways. One unresolved question is whether the non-allometric shape component is partially unconstrained developmentally and therefore whether shape is evolvable. In the present study, we utilized a mass outbred population of Drosophila melanogaster maintained at standard laboratory conditions. Eight lines with equivalent expected levels of inbreeding (F ≈ 0.67) were obtained by restricting the size of each population to two pairs for nine generations. Nine landmarks were measured on Drosophila wings of the inbreed lines and compared with those of the mass population. Wing landmarks comprise an excellent model system for studying evolution of size and shape. Landmark measurements were analyzed with a Procrustes generalized least squares procedure. To visualize global shape changes among samples, we reconstructed the mean shape and the shape changes related to both the allometric and non-allometric components. An increased variability in the non-allometric shape component was found with inbreeding. This indicated that shape was not entirely developmentally constrained, and therefore that shape appears to be evolvable

AB - Inbreeding is expected to increase the variability in size and shape within populations. The distinct effects of inbreeding on size and shape suggest that they are governed by different developmental pathways. One unresolved question is whether the non-allometric shape component is partially unconstrained developmentally and therefore whether shape is evolvable. In the present study, we utilized a mass outbred population of Drosophila melanogaster maintained at standard laboratory conditions. Eight lines with equivalent expected levels of inbreeding (F ≈ 0.67) were obtained by restricting the size of each population to two pairs for nine generations. Nine landmarks were measured on Drosophila wings of the inbreed lines and compared with those of the mass population. Wing landmarks comprise an excellent model system for studying evolution of size and shape. Landmark measurements were analyzed with a Procrustes generalized least squares procedure. To visualize global shape changes among samples, we reconstructed the mean shape and the shape changes related to both the allometric and non-allometric components. An increased variability in the non-allometric shape component was found with inbreeding. This indicated that shape was not entirely developmentally constrained, and therefore that shape appears to be evolvable

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