4 Works

Regarding the F-word: the effects of data Filtering on inferred genotype-environment associations

Collin Ahrens, Rebecca Jordan, Jason Bragg, Peter Harrison, Tara Hopley, Helen Bothwell, Kevin Murray, Dorothy Steane, John Whale, Margaret Byrne, Rose Andrew & Paul Rymer
Genotype-environment association (GEA) methods have become part of the standard landscape genomics toolkit, yet, we know little about how to best filter genotype-by-sequencing data to provide robust inferences for environmental adaptation. In many cases, default filtering thresholds for minor allele frequency and missing data are applied regardless of sample size, having unknown impacts on the results. These effects could be amplified in downstream predictions, including management strategies. Here, we investigate the effects of filtering on...

Tspe_v1 (Telopea speciosissima) genome supplementary files for: Chromosome-level de novo genome assembly of Telopea speciosissima (New South Wales waratah) using long-reads, linked-reads and Hi-C

Stephanie Chen, Maurizio Rossetto, Marlien Van Der Merwe, Patricia Lu-Irving, Jia-Yee Yap, Hervé Sauquet, Greg Bourke, Timothy Amos, Jason Bragg & Richard Edwards
Telopea speciosissima, the New South Wales waratah, is an Australian endemic woody shrub in the family Proteaceae. Waratahs have great potential as a model clade to better understand processes of speciation, introgression and adaptation, and are significant from a horticultural perspective. Here, we report the first chromosome-level genome for T. speciosissima. Combining Oxford Nanopore long-reads, 10x Genomics Chromium linked-reads and Hi-C data, the assembly spans 823 Mb (scaffold N50 of 69.0 Mb) with 97.8 %...

Data from: Conserving the genetic diversity of condemned populations: optimizing collections and translocation

Jason Bragg, Jia-Yee Yap, Trevor Wilson, Enhua Lee & Maurizio Rossetto
We generated SNP genotype data from two endangered plant species, Pimelea spicata and Eucalyptus sp. Cattai. For each, we genotyped plants from a population that was 'condemned,' or that would soon be destoyed. We used the genotype data to design ex situ germplasm collections that preserved the diversity in the condemned populations, in ways that were optimized. Here, we provide an archive of these SNP genotype data, and the code that was used to analyse...

Temperature predicts the rate of molecular evolution in Australian Eugongylinae skinks

Jeremias Ivan, Craig Moritz, Sally Potter, Jason Bragg, Rust Turakulov & Xia Hua
Temperature differences over time and space has been hypothesized to cause variation in the rate of molecular evolution of species, but empirical evidence is mixed. To further test this hypothesis, we utilized a large exon-capture sequence data of Australian Eugongylinae skinks, exemplifying a radiation of temperature-sensitive ectotherms spanning a large latitudinal gradient. The association between temperature (and other species traits) and long-term substitution rate was assessed based on 1268 sequenced exons of 44 species pairs...

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