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Data from: Signatures of Divergence, Invasiveness, and Terrestrialization Revealed by Four Apple Snail Genomes

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Data from: Signatures of Divergence, Invasiveness, and Terrestrialization Revealed by Four Apple Snail Genomes
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The family Ampullariidae includes both aquatic and amphibious apple snails. They are an emerging model for evolutionary studies due to the high diversity, ancient history and wide geographical distribution. Insight into drivers of ampullariid evolution is hampered, however, by the lack of genomic resources. Here we report the genomes of four ampullariids spanning the Old World (Lanistes nyassanus) and New World (Pomacea canaliculata, Pomacea maculata and Marisa cornuarietis) clades. The ampullariid genomes have conserved ancient bilaterial karyotype features and a novel Hox gene cluster rearrangement, making them valuable in comparative genomic studies. They have expanded gene families related to environmental sensing and cellulose digestion, which may have facilitated some ampullarids to become notorious invasive pests. In the amphibious Pomacea, novel acquision of an egg neurotoxin and a protein for making the calcareous eggshell may have been key adaptations enabling their transition from underwater to terrestrial egg deposition.
Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo
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Ciencias Naturales; mollusc; gastropod; Genomics; Hox genes; interchromosome rearrangement; gene duplication;
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Disponible en acceso abierto https://opendatacommons.org/licenses/pddl/1-0/ Open Data Commons Public Domain Dedication and License (PDDL) v1.0
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SEDICI (UNLP) - Universidad Nacional de La Plata
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https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.15nd8v3
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http://proxy.handle.net/10915/108086

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Sun, Jin Mu, Huawei Ip, Jack C. H. Li, Runsheng Xu, Ting Accorsi, Alice Sánchez Alvarado, Alejandro Ross, Eric Lan, Yi Sun, Yanan Castro Vazquez, Alfredo Vega, Israel A. Heras, Horacio Ituarte, Santiago Van Bocxlaer, Bert Hayes, Kenneth A. Cowie, Robert H. Zhao, Zhongying Zhang, Yu Qian, Pei-Yuan Qiu, Jian-Wen (): Data from: Signatures of Divergence, Invasiveness, and Terrestrialization Revealed by Four Apple Snail Genomes. Universidad Nacional de La Plata, http://sedici.unlp.edu.ar/handle/10915/108109.

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