High relatedness and inbreeding at the origin of eusociality in gall-inducing thrips.

@article{Chapman2000HighRA,
  title={High relatedness and inbreeding at the origin of eusociality in gall-inducing thrips.},
  author={Thomas W. Chapman and Bernard J Crespi and Brenda D. Kranz and Michael P. Schwarz},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2000},
  volume={97 4},
  pages={1648-50}
}
Within the haplodiploid eusocial gall-inducing thrips, a species-level phylogeny combined with genetic data for five eusocial species enables an inference of levels of relatedness and inbreeding values for lineages at the origin of eusociality. Character optimization using data from five eusocial species indicates that the lineage or lineages where eusociality is inferred to have originated exhibit relatedness of 0.64-0.92, and F(IS) of 0.33-0.64. The high inbreeding coefficients found in these… CONTINUE READING
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