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Repeated genomic signatures of adaptation to urbanisation in a songbird across Europe

Salmón, P., Jacobs, A., Ahrén, D., Biard, C., Dingemanse, N. J., Dominoni, D. M., Helm, B., Lundberg, M., Senar, J. C., Sprau, P., Visser, M. E. & Isaksson, C., 7-May-2020, (Submitted) In : bioRxiv.

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Salmón, P., Jacobs, A., Ahrén, D., Biard, C., Dingemanse, N. J., Dominoni, D. M., Helm, B., Lundberg, M., Senar, J. C., Sprau, P., Visser, M. E., & Isaksson, C. (2020). Repeated genomic signatures of adaptation to urbanisation in a songbird across Europe. Manuscript submitted for publication. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.05.05.078568

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Salmón, Pablo ; Jacobs, Arne ; Ahrén, Dag ; Biard, Clotilde ; Dingemanse, Niels J. ; Dominoni, Davide M. ; Helm, Barbara ; Lundberg, Max ; Senar, Juan Carlos ; Sprau, Philipp ; Visser, Marcel E. ; Isaksson, Caroline. / Repeated genomic signatures of adaptation to urbanisation in a songbird across Europe. In: bioRxiv. 2020.

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Salmón, P, Jacobs, A, Ahrén, D, Biard, C, Dingemanse, NJ, Dominoni, DM, Helm, B, Lundberg, M, Senar, JC, Sprau, P, Visser, ME & Isaksson, C 2020, 'Repeated genomic signatures of adaptation to urbanisation in a songbird across Europe', bioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.05.05.078568

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Repeated genomic signatures of adaptation to urbanisation in a songbird across Europe. / Salmón, Pablo; Jacobs, Arne; Ahrén, Dag; Biard, Clotilde; Dingemanse, Niels J.; Dominoni, Davide M.; Helm, Barbara; Lundberg, Max; Senar, Juan Carlos; Sprau, Philipp; Visser, Marcel E.; Isaksson, Caroline.

In: bioRxiv, 07.05.2020.

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Salmón P, Jacobs A, Ahrén D, Biard C, Dingemanse NJ, Dominoni DM et al. Repeated genomic signatures of adaptation to urbanisation in a songbird across Europe. bioRxiv. 2020 May 7. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.05.05.078568


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title = "Repeated genomic signatures of adaptation to urbanisation in a songbird across Europe",
abstract = "Urbanisation is currently increasing worldwide, and there is now ample evidence of phenotypic changes in wild organisms in response to this novel environment, but the extent to which this adaptation is due to genetic changes is poorly understood. Current evidence for evolution is based on localised studies, and thus lacking replicability. Here, we genotyped great tits (Parus major) from nine cities across Europe, each paired with a rural site, and provide evidence of repeated polygenic responses to urban habitats. In addition, we show that selective sweeps occurred in response to urbanisation within the same genes across multiple cities. These genetic responses were mostly associated with genes related to neural function and development, demonstrating that genetic adaptation to urbanisation occurred around the same pathways in wildlife populations across a large geographical scale.Competing Interest StatementThe authors have declared no competing interest.",
author = "Pablo Salm{\'o}n and Arne Jacobs and Dag Ahr{\'e}n and Clotilde Biard and Dingemanse, {Niels J.} and Dominoni, {Davide M.} and Barbara Helm and Max Lundberg and Senar, {Juan Carlos} and Philipp Sprau and Visser, {Marcel E.} and Caroline Isaksson",
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AU - Dominoni, Davide M.

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AU - Lundberg, Max

AU - Senar, Juan Carlos

AU - Sprau, Philipp

AU - Visser, Marcel E.

AU - Isaksson, Caroline

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AB - Urbanisation is currently increasing worldwide, and there is now ample evidence of phenotypic changes in wild organisms in response to this novel environment, but the extent to which this adaptation is due to genetic changes is poorly understood. Current evidence for evolution is based on localised studies, and thus lacking replicability. Here, we genotyped great tits (Parus major) from nine cities across Europe, each paired with a rural site, and provide evidence of repeated polygenic responses to urban habitats. In addition, we show that selective sweeps occurred in response to urbanisation within the same genes across multiple cities. These genetic responses were mostly associated with genes related to neural function and development, demonstrating that genetic adaptation to urbanisation occurred around the same pathways in wildlife populations across a large geographical scale.Competing Interest StatementThe authors have declared no competing interest.

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