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Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials.

Robert S. Voss

Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials.

separate and combined analyses of didelphine relationships with denser taxon samplings

by Robert S. Voss

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Opossums -- Phylogeny.,
  • Opossums -- Classification.,
  • Didelphimorphia -- Phylogeny.,
  • Marmosa -- Classification.,
  • Marmosa -- Nomenclature.,
  • Marsupials -- America -- Phylogeny.,
  • Marsupials -- Evolution.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDidelphid phylogeny.
    StatementRobert S. Voss, Sharon A. Jansa.
    GenreClassification.
    SeriesBulletin of the American Museum of Natural History -- no. 276.
    ContributionsJansa, Sharon A.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination82 p. :
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16106585M

    The opossum (/ ə ˈ p ɒ s əm / or / p ɒ s əm /) is a marsupial of the order Didelphimorphia (/ d aɪ ˌ d ɛ l f ɪ ˈ m ɔːr f i ə /) endemic to the largest order of marsupials in the Western Hemisphere, it comprises or more species in 19 ms originated in South America and entered North America in the Great American Interchange following the connection of.   Thaís Battistella, Felipe Cerezer, Jamile Bubadué, Geruza Melo, Maurício Graipel, Nilton Cáceres, Litter size variation in didelphid marsupials: evidence of phylogenetic constraints and adaptation, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, /biolinnean/bly, , 1, (), ().

    comments on phylogenetic relationships within the genus. [to AMNH Novitates] Voss, R.S., and S.A. Jansa. Phylogenetic relationships and classification of Recent didelphimorphians [book chapter]. In F.J. Goin (ed.), New World marsupials and their extinct relatives: .   VOSS RS and SA JANSA. Phylogenetic studies on Didelphid marsupials II. Nonmolecular data and new IRBP sequences: separate and combined analyses of Didelphine relationships with denser taxon sampling. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History VOSS RS, DP LUNDE, and SA JANSA.

    Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials. 2, Nonmolecular data and new IRBP sequences: separate and combined analyses of didelphine relationships with denser taxon sampling. By contrast with morphological analyses of marsupial rela-tionships, some molecular studies have provided compelling support for didelphid monophyly (e.g., Jansa and Voss ; Kirsch et al. ). Among the variety of data that have been analyzed in this context, DNA sequences from the nuclear gene.


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Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials by Robert S. Voss Download PDF EPUB FB2

We report and analyze nucleotide sequence variation in the first exon ( bp) of the nuclear gene encoding the Interphotoreceptor Retinoid Binding Protein (IRBP) among 21 species representing all 15 currently recognized genera of living didelphids.

Six previously published IRBP sequences representing five nondidelphimorph marsupial orders were also analyzed to test didelphid Cited by: PHYLOGENETIC STUDIES ON DIDELPHID MARSUPIALS II.

NONMOLECULAR DATA AND NEW IRBP SEQUENCES: SEPARATE AND COMBINED ANALYSES OF DIDELPHINE RELATIONSHIPS WITH DENSER TAXON SAMPLING. The supertree can be viewed as a meta‐analysis of marsupial phylogenetic studies, and should be useful as a framework for phylogenetically explicit comparative studies of marsupial evolution and ecology.

Phylogeny and evolution of body mass in didelphid marsupials (Marsupialia: Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae), Organisms Diversity Cited by: The Biology of Marsupials is a compilation and analysis of the research conducted on New World marsupials that covers both Australian and didelphid marsupials.

It is organized into nine chapters that aim to bring scientific community the information available on certain aspects of marsupial biology. Journal of Mammalian Evolution, Vol.

and Bremer support, are robust to alternative hypotheses of positional homology within the ambiguously alignable region. framework is currently available to confidently assess the evolutionary significance. The Biology of Marsupials is a compilation and analysis of the research conducted on New World marsupials that covers both Australian and didelphid marsupials.

It is organized into nine chapters that aim to bring scientific community the information available on certain aspects of marsupial biology. After presenting data on karyotypes, comparative serology, classification, and phylogenetic.

Abstract This report summarizes a decade of morphological and molecular research on the phylogenetic relationships of didelphid marsupials (opossums), a substantially intact radiation of New World metatherian mammals.

We review the comparative morphology of Recent opossums, emphasizing those anatomical systems from which taxonomically useful information is available for the majority of living. Abstract In this study I provide a phylogenetic hypothesis for didelphid Marsupials including a suite of postcranial characters.

The postcranial evidence was cladistically analyzed separately and concatenated with a nonmolecular data set previously published (71 cranio-dental-external characters). A combined analysis was done including published IRBP (interphotoreceptor retinoid binding.

Phylogenetic relationships. Comprising over extant species, several attempts have been made to accurately interpret the phylogenetic relationships among the different marsupial orders. Studies differ on whether Didelphimorphia or Paucituberculata is the sister group to all other marsupials.

Phylogenetic relationships and estimated divergence times are presented, based on electrophoretic and cytochrome b sequence data. There was considerable concordance between the data sets. We conclude that Gilbert's Potoroo is a separate species and should be referred to by its original name, Potorous gilbertii (Gould ).

Jansa, Sharon; Voss, Robert Journal of Mammalian Evolution, Vol. 7, No. 1, Phylogenetic Studies on Didelphid Marsupials I. Introduction and Preliminary Results from Nuclear IRBP Gene Sequences 1 1,2 Sharon A. Jansa and Robert S.

Voss We report and analyze nucleotide sequence variation in the first exon ( bp) of the. Jansa, S.A. and R.S. Voss () Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials I: Introduction and preliminary results from IRBP gene sequences. Journal of Mammalian Evolution.

7(1) Jansa, S.A., S.M. Goodman, and P.K. Tucker () Molecular phylogenetics of the native rodents of Madagascar: A test of the single origin hypothesis. Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials I.

Introduction and preliminary results from nuclear IRBP gene sequences. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 7: ), we surveyed external, cranial, dental, and karyotypic characters among a more densely taxon-sampled didelphine ingroup.

In didelphid marsupials, the phylogenetic signal can be strong, affecting traits in younger species, as was shown recently for marsupial teeth (Chemisquy et al., ; Magnus & Cáceres, ).

Accordingly, litter size of rodents shows a phylogenetic signal (Bordes et al., ), but, to our knowledge, nothing is known about marsupials. Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials.

2, Nonmolecular data and new IRBP sequences: separate and combined analyses of didelphine relationships with denser taxon samplings. Bulletin of the AMNH ; no. Jansa, Sharon A. Voss, Robert S. Type. Book Publication info. Language. Abstract. Phylogenetic analyses of sequence data from the nuclear gene encoding the interphotoreceptor retinoid–binding protein (Irbp) provide compelling evidence that the recently described Amazonian marsupial genus Hyladelphys is a didelphid and suggest that it occupies an internal branch separating the traditionally recognized subfamilies Caluromyinae and Didelphinae.

Get this from a library. Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials. 2, Nonmolecular data and new IRBP sequences: separate and combined analyses of didelphine relationships with denser taxon sampling.

[Robert S Voss; Sharon A Jansa] -- In order to test the results of a previous study of didelphid marsupial phylogeny based on IRBP nuclear gene sequences (Jansa and Voss,   Overall results are consistent with previous phylogenetic studies and generally recover undisputed deeper level clades, suggesting the present phylogenetic hypotheses should serve as valuable tools for future taxonomic and comparative evolutionary studies.

Phylogenetic relationships and classification of didelphid marsupials an extant. Phylogenetic studies on Didelphid marsupials i. introduction and preliminary results from nuclear IRBP gene sequences Six previously published IRBP sequences representing five nondidelphimorph marsupial orders were also analyzed to test didelphid monophyly, and 12 published sequences representing ten placental orders were used as outgroups.

Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials I. Introduction and preliminary results from nuclear IRBP gene sequences. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 7: 43–77), we surveyed external, cranial. Phylogenetic relationships and classification of didelphid marsupials, an extant radiation of New World metatherian mammals.

(Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, no. ) Voss, Robert S. ; Jansa, Sharon A.PHYLOGENETIC STUDIES ON DIDELPHID MARSUPIALS II. NONMOLECULAR DATA AND NEW IRBP SEQUENCES: SEPARATE AND COMBINED ANALYSES OF DIDELPHINE RELATIONSHIPS WITH DENSER TAXON SAMPLING ROBERT S.

VOSS Curator, Division of Vertebrate Zoology (Mammalogy), American Museum of Natural History. e-mail: [email protected] SHARON A. JANSA.The aim of this study was to investigate the importance of body size and habitat relation, using a phylogenetic approach, in the first lower molar shape in didelphid marsupials.