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Cryptic lineages and potential introgression in a mixed‐ploidyspecies (Phragmites australis) across temperate China

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Cryptic lineages and potential introgression in a mixed‐ploidyspecies (Phragmites australis) across temperate China. / Liu, Le-Le; Yin, Mei-Qi; Guo, Xiao et al.

In: Journal of Systematics and Evolution, Vol. 60, No. 2, 03.2022, p. 398-410.

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Liu, L-L, Yin, M-Q, Guo, X, Wang, J-W, Cai, Y-F, Wang, C, Yu, X, Du, N, Brix, H, Eller, F, Lambertini, C & Guo, W 2022, 'Cryptic lineages and potential introgression in a mixed‐ploidyspecies (Phragmites australis) across temperate China', Journal of Systematics and Evolution, vol. 60, no. 2, pp. 398-410. https://doi.org/10.1111/jse.12672

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Liu, L-L., Yin, M-Q., Guo, X., Wang, J-W., Cai, Y-F., Wang, C., Yu, X., Du, N., Brix, H., Eller, F., Lambertini, C., & Guo, W. (2022). Cryptic lineages and potential introgression in a mixed‐ploidyspecies (Phragmites australis) across temperate China. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 60(2), 398-410. https://doi.org/10.1111/jse.12672

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Liu L-L, Yin M-Q, Guo X, Wang J-W, Cai Y-F, Wang C, Yu X, Du N, Brix H, Eller F, et al. 2022. Cryptic lineages and potential introgression in a mixed‐ploidyspecies (Phragmites australis) across temperate China. Journal of Systematics and Evolution. 60(2):398-410. https://doi.org/10.1111/jse.12672

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Liu L-L, Yin M-Q, Guo X, Wang J-W, Cai Y-F, Wang C et al. Cryptic lineages and potential introgression in a mixed‐ploidyspecies (Phragmites australis) across temperate China. Journal of Systematics and Evolution. 2022 Mar;60(2):398-410. Epub 2020 Sep 30. doi: 10.1111/jse.12672

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Liu, Le-Le ; Yin, Mei-Qi ; Guo, Xiao et al. / Cryptic lineages and potential introgression in a mixed‐ploidyspecies (Phragmites australis) across temperate China. In: Journal of Systematics and Evolution. 2022 ; Vol. 60, No. 2. pp. 398-410.

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title = "Cryptic lineages and potential introgression in a mixed‐ploidyspecies (Phragmites australis) across temperate China",
abstract = "Polyploidization and hybridization are very common in natural plant species, and mixed-ploidy species provide a unique opportunity to study the effects of evolutionary history, local abundance, and ploidy level on the direction and extent of introgression between intraspecific lineages. First, we delimited two morphologically cryptic lineages of Phragmites australis Trin. ex Steud. in temperate China using 11 nuclear microsatellites and two chloroplast DNA fragments with 225 samples from China as well as 11 samples from Oceania and Europe. Our evidence supported that haplotype O and haplotype P were two relatively independent lineages with low and high ploidy levels, respectively; haplotype M might be ancient and could have undergone a complex evolutionary history. Then we examined the lineage divergence and compared the introgression patterns between two major lineages along geographical and abundance gradients with a large number of samples (n = 1067) collected from China. The sympatric coexistence of two lineages in north and northeast China implies an ongoing or potential introgression between them. Cline analysis showed that the level of genetic admixture were significantly correlated with longitude rather than latitude. Our results also suggested that ploidy level could deeply influence the introgression asymmetry, and the effect of the current local abundance on introgression might be covered by the past coexistence time driven by phylogeographic history. Our study draws a baseline for future research on the ecological and evolutionary consequences of migration and introgression of Chinese P. australis under global change.",
keywords = "Phragmites australis, introgression, lineage divergence, ploidy level",
author = "Le-Le Liu and Mei-Qi Yin and Xiao Guo and Jing-Weng Wang and Yun-Fei Cai and Cui Wang and Xiaona Yu and Ning Du and Hans Brix and Franziska Eller and Carla Lambertini and Weihua Guo",
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AU - Wang, Jing-Weng

AU - Cai, Yun-Fei

AU - Wang, Cui

AU - Yu, Xiaona

AU - Du, Ning

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AU - Lambertini, Carla

AU - Guo, Weihua

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N2 - Polyploidization and hybridization are very common in natural plant species, and mixed-ploidy species provide a unique opportunity to study the effects of evolutionary history, local abundance, and ploidy level on the direction and extent of introgression between intraspecific lineages. First, we delimited two morphologically cryptic lineages of Phragmites australis Trin. ex Steud. in temperate China using 11 nuclear microsatellites and two chloroplast DNA fragments with 225 samples from China as well as 11 samples from Oceania and Europe. Our evidence supported that haplotype O and haplotype P were two relatively independent lineages with low and high ploidy levels, respectively; haplotype M might be ancient and could have undergone a complex evolutionary history. Then we examined the lineage divergence and compared the introgression patterns between two major lineages along geographical and abundance gradients with a large number of samples (n = 1067) collected from China. The sympatric coexistence of two lineages in north and northeast China implies an ongoing or potential introgression between them. Cline analysis showed that the level of genetic admixture were significantly correlated with longitude rather than latitude. Our results also suggested that ploidy level could deeply influence the introgression asymmetry, and the effect of the current local abundance on introgression might be covered by the past coexistence time driven by phylogeographic history. Our study draws a baseline for future research on the ecological and evolutionary consequences of migration and introgression of Chinese P. australis under global change.

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