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New insights into the taxonomy and phylogeny of social voles inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences
Boris Kryštufek, Tanya Zorenko, Elena Bužan, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: We sequenced the entire cytochrome b gene in Microtus paradoxus from Turkmenistan and Microtus socialis from Crimea and Kalmykia. Phylogenetic relationships among social voles were reconstructed by the inclusion into analyses of a further 23 published haplotypes belonging to six species. The two probabilistic methods which were used in phylogenetic analyses, the Bayesian inference and Maximum Likelihood, yielded very similar results. Both trees showed two highly divergent lineages which were further subdivided into seven species. The socialis lineage encompassed four species (M. socialis, M. irani, M. anatolicus, and M. paradoxus), and the remaining three species clustered into the guentheri lineage (M. guentheri, M. hartingi, M. dogramacii). The ranges for nucleotide divergences between seven species of social voles (4.95-9.28% and 4.18-8.81% for mean and net divergences, respectively) mainly exceeded 4.3%, which is frequently regarded as the conservative cut-off between sibling species in the specious genus Microtus
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Summary of found: ...Microtus socialis, Microtus paradoxus, Arvicolinae, Cryptic species, Species delimitation, Molecular systematics, ...
Keywords: Microtus socialis, Microtus paradoxus, Arvicolinae, Cryptic species, Species delimitation, Molecular systematics
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 1623; Downloads: 70
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