ARG-based genome-wide analysis of cacao cultivars View Full Text


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2012-12-19

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Filippo Utro, Omar Eduardo Cornejo, Donald Livingstone, Juan Carlos Motamayor, Laxmi Parida

ABSTRACT

BackgroundAncestral recombinations graph (ARG) is a topological structure that captures the relationship between the extant genomic sequences in terms of genetic events including recombinations. IRiS is a system that estimates the ARG on sequences of individuals, at genomic scales, capturing the relationship between these individuals of the species. Recently, this system was used to estimate the ARG of the recombining X Chromosome of a collection of human populations using relatively dense, bi-allelic SNP data.ResultsWhile the ARG is a natural model for capturing the inter-relationship between a single chromosome of the individuals of a species, it is not immediately apparent how the model can utilize whole-genome (across chromosomes) diploid data. Also, the sheer complexity of an ARG structure presents a challenge to graph visualization techniques. In this paper we examine the ARG reconstruction for (1) genome-wide or multiple chromosomes, (2) multi-allelic and (3) extremely sparse data. To aid in the visualization of the results of the reconstructed ARG, we additionally construct a much simplified topology, a classification tree, suggested by the ARG.As the test case, we study the problem of extracting the relationship between populations of Theobroma cacao. The chocolate tree is an outcrossing species in the wild, due to self-incompatibility mechanisms at play. Thus a principled approach to understanding the inter-relationships between the different populations must take the shuffling of the genomic segments into account. The polymorphisms in the test data are short tandem repeats (STR) and are multi-allelic (sometimes as high as 30 distinct possible values at a locus). Each is at a genomic location that is bilaterally transmitted, hence the ARG is a natural model for this data. Another characteristic of this plant data set is that while it is genome-wide, across 10 linkage groups or chromosomes, it is very sparse, i.e., only 96 loci from a genome of approximately 400 megabases. The results are visualized both as MDS plots and as classification trees. To evaluate the accuracy of the ARG approach, we compare the results with those available in literature.ConclusionsWe have extended the ARG model to incorporate genome-wide (ensemble of multiple chromosomes) data in a natural way. We present a simple scheme to implement this in practice. Finally, this is the first time that a plant population data set is being studied by estimating its underlying ARG. We demonstrate an overall precision of 0.92 and an overall recall of 0.93 of the ARG-based classification, with respect to the gold standard. While we have corroborated the classification of the samples with that in literature, this opens the door to other potential studies that can be made on the ARG. More... »

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