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|Title: ||Phylogeny of penaeoid shrimps (Decapoda: Penaeoidea) inferred from nuclear protein-coding genes|
|Authors: ||K.Y. Ma;T.-Y. Chan;K.H. Chu|
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Institute of Marine Biology|
|Keywords: ||Dendrobranchiata;Decapoda;Relaxed molecular clock;Fossils;Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase;Sodium–potassium ATPase α-subunit;Penaeoidea;Molecular phylogeny|
|Issue Date: ||2011-10-21T03:06:04Z
|Publisher: ||Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution|
|Abstract: ||Abstract:Penaeoidea is a diverse group of economically important marine shrimps. Attention to the evolutionary history of the penaeoids has been raised since studies using mitochondrial DNA markers and sperm ultrastructure contradict classification of the penaeoid families based on morphology and hence challenge the long standing taxonomy of this superfamily. In this study, DNA sequences of two nuclear protein-coding genes, phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase and sodium–potassium ATPase α-subunit, were determined from 37 penaeoid genera to reconstruct the evolutionary relationships and to estimate divergence ages of the penaeoid shrimps. Phylogenetic analyses using maximum likelihood and Bayesian approaches strongly support the monophyly of Solenoceridae, Aristeidae and Benthesicymidae, but find Sicyoniidae nested within Penaeidae, making this family paraphyletic. Penaeoidea comprises two lineages: the former three families in one while the latter two in another. The diversification of these lineages may be related to bathymetry. The penaeid-like lineage diversified in the Triassic, earlier than the aristeid-like lineage with an origin in the Jurassic. Taxonomic revisions within Penaeoidea are also proposed for further investigation. Due to the paraphyly of Penaeidae and the high genetic divergence among the three penaeid tribes of Burkenroad [Burkenroad, M.D., 1983. Natural classification of Dendrobranchiata, with a key to recent genera. In: Schram, F.R. (Ed.), Crustacean Issues I. Crustacean Phylogeny. A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 279–290], these tribes should be treated as having the same taxonomic rank as Sicyoniidae, while the family ranking of Benthesicymidae has to be re-considered owing to the low genetic divergence between the benthesicymids and the aristeids.|
|Relation: ||53(1), pp.45–55|
|Appears in Collections:||[海洋生物研究所] 期刊論文|
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