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Comparative mitogenomics elucidates the population genetic structure of Amblyomma testudinarium in Japan and a closely related Amblyomma species in Myanmar

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Title: Comparative mitogenomics elucidates the population genetic structure of Amblyomma testudinarium in Japan and a closely related Amblyomma species in Myanmar
Authors: Mohamed, Wessam Mohamed Ahmed Browse this author
Moustafa, Mohamed Abdallah Mohamed Browse this author
Thu, May June Browse this author
Kakisaka, Keita Browse this author
Chatanga, Elisha Browse this author
Ogata, Shohei Browse this author
Hayashi, Naoki Browse this author
Taya, Yurie Browse this author
Ohari, Yuma Browse this author
Naguib, Doaa Browse this author
Qiu, Yongjin Browse this author
Matsuno, Keita Browse this author
Bawm, Saw Browse this author
Htun, Lat Lat Browse this author
Barker, Stephen C. Browse this author
Katakura, Ken Browse this author
Ito, Kimihito Browse this author
Nonaka, Nariaki Browse this author
Nakao, Ryo Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Keywords: Amblyomma
cryptic species
mitogenome
phylogeography
population expansion
ticks
Issue Date: 6-Jun-2022
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Journal Title: Evolutionary applications
Publisher DOI: 10.1111/eva.13426
Abstract: Ticks are the second most important vector capable of transmitting diseases affecting the health of both humans and animals. Amblyomma testudinarium Koch 1844 (Acari: Ixodidae), is a hard tick species having a wide geographic distribution in Asia. In this study, we analyzed the composition of A. testudinarium whole mitogenomes from various geographical regions in Japan and investigated the population structure, demographic patterns, and phylogeographic relationship with other ixodid species. In addition, we characterized a potentially novel tick species closely related to A. testudinarium from Myanmar. Phylogeographic inference and evolutionary dynamics based on the 15 mitochondrial coding genes supported that A. testudinarium population in Japan is resolved into a star-like haplogroup and suggested a distinct population structure of A. testudinarium from Amami island in Kyushu region. Correlation analysis using Mantel test statistics showed that no significant correlation was observed between the genetic and geographic distances calculated between the A. testudinarium population from different localities in Japan. Finally, demographic analyses, including mismatch analysis and Tajima's D test, suggested a possibility of recent population expansion occurred within Japanese haplogroup after a bottleneck event. Although A. testudinarium has been considered widespread and common in East and Southeast Asia, the current study suggested that potentially several cryptic Amblyomma spp. closely related to A. testudinarium are present in Asia.
Type: article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/86363
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