Identifying homomorphic sex chromosomes from wild-caught adults with limited genomic resources.

@article{Brelsford2017IdentifyingHS,
  title={Identifying homomorphic sex chromosomes from wild-caught adults with limited genomic resources.},
  author={Alan Brelsford and Guillaume Lavanchy and Roberto Sermier and Anna Rausch and Nicolas Perrin},
  journal={Molecular ecology resources},
  year={2017},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={752-759}
}
We demonstrate a genotyping-by-sequencing approach to identify homomorphic sex chromosomes and their homolog in a distantly related reference genome, based on noninvasive sampling of wild-caught individuals, in the moor frog Rana arvalis. Double-digest RADseq libraries were generated using buccal swabs from 30 males and 21 females from the same population. Search for sex-limited markers from the unfiltered data set (411 446 RAD tags) was more successful than searches from a filtered data set… CONTINUE READING

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