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Rapid genetic adaptation precedes the spread of an exotic plant species

(2014) MOLECULAR ECOLOGY. 23(9). p.2157-2164
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Human activities have increasingly introduced plant species far outside their native ranges under environmental conditions that can strongly differ from those originally met. Therefore, before spreading, and potentially causing ecological and economical damage, non-native species may rapidly evolve. Evidence of genetically based adaptation during the process of becoming invasive is very scant, however, which is due to the lack of knowledge regarding the historical genetic makeup of the introduced populations and the lack of genomic resources. Capitalizing on the availability of old non-native herbarium specimens, we examined frequency shifts in genic SNPs of the Pyrenean Rocket (Sisymbrium austriacum subsp. chrysanthum), comparing the (i) native, (ii) currently spreading non-native and (iii) historically introduced gene pool. Results show strong divergence in flowering time genes during the establishment phase, indicating that rapid genetic adaptation preceded the spread of this species and possibly assisted in overcoming environmental constraints.
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population genomics, herbarium specimens, resurrection, Sisymbrium austriacum, SNP, INVASIVE PLANT, ADAPTIVE EVOLUTION, FLOWERING TIME, ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA, BIOLOGICAL INVASION, POPULATIONS, LOCI, ANNOTATION, EXPRESSION, exotic plant, flowering time genes, environmental selection, biological invasion, adaptation evolution

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Vandepitte, Katrien, Tim De Meyer, Kenny Helsen, et al. “Rapid Genetic Adaptation Precedes the Spread of an Exotic Plant Species.” MOLECULAR ECOLOGY 23.9 (2014): 2157–2164. Print.
APA
Vandepitte, Katrien, De Meyer, T., Helsen, K., Van Acker, K., Roldàn-Ruiz, I., Mergeay, J., & Honnay, O. (2014). Rapid genetic adaptation precedes the spread of an exotic plant species. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY, 23(9), 2157–2164.
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Vandepitte, Katrien, Tim De Meyer, Kenny Helsen, Kasper Van Acker, Isabel Roldàn-Ruiz, Joachim Mergeay, and Olivier Honnay. 2014. “Rapid Genetic Adaptation Precedes the Spread of an Exotic Plant Species.” Molecular Ecology 23 (9): 2157–2164.
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Vandepitte, Katrien, Tim De Meyer, Kenny Helsen, Kasper Van Acker, Isabel Roldàn-Ruiz, Joachim Mergeay, and Olivier Honnay. 2014. “Rapid Genetic Adaptation Precedes the Spread of an Exotic Plant Species.” Molecular Ecology 23 (9): 2157–2164.
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Vandepitte K, De Meyer T, Helsen K, Van Acker K, Roldàn-Ruiz I, Mergeay J, et al. Rapid genetic adaptation precedes the spread of an exotic plant species. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY. 2014;23(9):2157–64.
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K. Vandepitte et al., “Rapid genetic adaptation precedes the spread of an exotic plant species,” MOLECULAR ECOLOGY, vol. 23, no. 9, pp. 2157–2164, 2014.
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  author       = {Vandepitte, Katrien and De Meyer, Tim and Helsen, Kenny and Van Acker, Kasper and Roldàn-Ruiz, Isabel and Mergeay, Joachim and Honnay, Olivier},
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  language     = {eng},
  number       = {9},
  pages        = {2157--2164},
  title        = {Rapid genetic adaptation precedes the spread of an exotic plant species},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12683},
  volume       = {23},
  year         = {2014},
}

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