2023
DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-2410357/v1
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Selection signatures and population dynamics of transposable elements in Lima bean

Abstract: The domestication process in Lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus L.) involves at least two independent events, within the Mesoamerican and Andean gene pools. Both processes produced similar phenotypic changes in landraces, making Lima bean an excellent model to understand convergent evolution. Despite recent research efforts, the mechanisms of adaptation followed by Mesoamerican and Andean landraces are largely unknown. The genes related to these adaptations can be selected by identification of selective sweeps withi… Show more

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“…The distance from C2H2 to bZIP22 is 63.5 kb in G. max and 66.7 kb in P. lunatus , whereas it is only 44.3 kb in P. vulgaris (Figure 4). Recent comparative analysis of between Phaseolus species indicates the increased distance between PlPDH1 and PlbZIP22 is in part due to presence/absence variation of a Copia‐family transposable element spanning 6.3 kb (Lozano‐Arce & Duitama, 2022).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The distance from C2H2 to bZIP22 is 63.5 kb in G. max and 66.7 kb in P. lunatus , whereas it is only 44.3 kb in P. vulgaris (Figure 4). Recent comparative analysis of between Phaseolus species indicates the increased distance between PlPDH1 and PlbZIP22 is in part due to presence/absence variation of a Copia‐family transposable element spanning 6.3 kb (Lozano‐Arce & Duitama, 2022).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%