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Provedor de dados:  Naturalis
País:  Netherlands
Título:  Additional results and discussion to the paper: Asymmetric viability of reciprocal-cross hybrids between crested and marbled newts (Triturus cristatus and T. marmoratus)
Autores:  Arntzen, J.W.
Jehle, R.
Bardakci, F.
Burke, T.
Wallis, G.P.
Data:  2008
Ano:  2008
Palavras-chave:  Allozyme
Bateson–Dobzhansky–Muller incompatibility
Cytonuclear incompatibility
Postzygotic isolation asymmetry
Resumo:  Hybridization between divergent lineages often results in reduced hybrid viability. Here we report findings from a series of independent molecular analyses over several seasons on four life stages of F1 hybrids between the newts Triturus cristatus and T. marmoratus. These two species form a bimodal hybrid zone of broad overlap in France, with F1 hybrids making up about 4% of the adult population. We demonstrate strong asymmetry in the direction of the cross, with one class (cristatus-mothered) making up about 90% of F1 hybrids. By analyzing embryos and hatchlings, we show that this asymmetry is not due to prezygotic effects, as both classes of hybrid embryos are present at similar frequencies, implicating differential selection on the two hybrid classes after hatching. Adult F1 hybrids show a weak Haldane effect overall, with a 72% excess of females. The rarer marmoratusmothered class, however, consists entirely of males. The absence of females from this class of adult F1 hybrids is best explained by an incompatibility between the cristatus X chromosome and marmoratus cytoplasm. It is thus important to distinguish the two classes of reciprocal-cross hybrids before making general statements about whether Haldane’s rule is observed.
Tipo:  Article / Letter to the editor
Formato:  application/pdf
Fonte:  Various articles (0014-3820) vol.63 (2008) p.1191
Direitos:  (c) Naturalis

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