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Genetic discontinuity analysis of Collared Dove (Streptopelia decaocto)

By Zoltán Bagi and Szilvia Kusza

Abstract

The Collared Dove conquered continent areas within a few decades. Causes and dispersion pattern of expansion has been investigated in several studies. However, the relationship between the geographic distribution and genetic structure of populations has not been researched. We used 152 individuals from 19 countries in this study. We analyze a 650 bp long mitochondrial COI sequences of each individuals. We were performed Spatial Autocorrelation Analysis, Principal Component Analysis and analysis of the genetic discontinuity in this study. Under 2500 km distance was a positive correlation between the genetic differentiation and different geographical areas. Hidden genetic barriers were found only Carpatian Basin. Could not be detected signs of genetic isolation in other regions. This will probably due to the unevenness of the sample collection, because these areas proportionally much fewer sequences were available. Therefore, is worth repeat this analysis after further sample collection, in the future

Topics: genetic discontinuity, Spatial Autocorrelation Analysis, Principal Component Analysis, geographic distribution
Publisher: 'University of Debrecen/ Debreceni Egyetem'
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.34101/actaagrar/73/1618
OAI identifier: oai:dea.lib.unideb.hu:2437/271501
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