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Cave shrimps Troglocaris s. str. (Dormitzer, 1853), taxonomic revision and description of new taxa after phylogenetic and morphometric studies
Jure Jugovic, Branko Jalžić, Simona Prevorčnik, Boris Sket, 2012, original scientific article

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Summary of found: ...taxonomy, cave shrimps, morphology, phylogeny, Atyidae, Troglocaris, ...
Keywords: taxonomy, cave shrimps, morphology, phylogeny, Atyidae, Troglocaris
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 1915; Downloads: 113
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Bukovina blind mole rat Spalax graecus revisited
Gabriel Chişamera, Elena Bužan, Tiberiu Sahlean, Dumitru Murariu, Sara Zupan, Boris Kryštufek, 2013, review article

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Summary of found: ...Spalax graecus, Habitats Directive, habitat suitability, molecular phylogeny, zoological nomenclature, ...
Keywords: Bukovina blind mole rat, Spalax graecus, Habitats Directive, habitat suitability, molecular phylogeny, zoological nomenclature
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 1824; Downloads: 23
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Evolutionary history of mole rats (genus Nannospalax) inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b sequence
Boris Kryštufek, Elena Ivanitskaya, Atilla Arslan, Emine Arslan, Elena Bužan, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: Mole rats (genus Nannospalax) display prolific chromosomal variation with more than 50 distinct cytotypes. These cytotypes are largely indistinguishable morphologically, are mainly allopatric and their taxonomic ranking is contradictory. We established a cytochrome b phylogeny for 15 cytotypes belonging to all three species recognized on morphological grounds (morphospecies): N. leucodon, N. xanthodon and N. ehrenbergi. Phylogenetic reconstructions yielded two highly divergent groups which are in agreement with the current division into two subgenera (Nannospalax and Mesospalax). The former comprised samples from south-eastern Turkey, Israel and Egypt (the morphospecies N. ehrenbergi). Basal dichotomy within Mesospalax remained unresolved and the putative sister position of N. leucodon against the two lineages of N. xanthodon was not supported in our analysis. Net divergences between sister cytotypes were low (< 2.0%) and two N. leucodon cytotypes were not even reciprocally monophyletic. Among the three morphospecies, the genetic diversity was lowest in N. leucodon (2.4% 0.3%), highest in N. xanthodon (8.8% 0.7%) and intermediate in N. ehrenbergi (5.0% 0.5%). Our results show that associations between genetic and chromosomal variation are not widespread and common in mole rats, and therefore refute the generalization of a 'cytotype-equals-species' approach
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Summary of found: ...is contradictory. We established a cytochrome b phylogeny for 15 cytotypes belonging to all three...
Keywords: molecular phylogeny, Nannospalax ehrenbergi, Nannospalax leucodon, Nannospalax xanthodon, Spalax, species delimitation
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 1651; Downloads: 57
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Mitochondrial sequences point on a cryptic species in five-toed jerboas, subgenus Paralactaga
Boris Kryštufek, Atilla Arslan, Adwan Shehab, Mounir Abi Said, Sara Zupan, Martina Lužnik, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: We addressed the species taxonomy of five-toed jerboas ( Allactaga , subgenus Paralactaga ) in the Middle East by applying molecular markers (cytochrome b and a partial 16S rRNA). The study consisted of 17 specimens from eight localities in the Middle East, representing both species: Allactaga euphratica and Allactaga williamsi . The phylogenetic reconstructions yielded three highly divergent lineages, which failed to conform to the recent taxonomy of Paralactaga . The first lineage ( williamsi lineage) encompassed all the samples of A. williamsi from Turkey and Iran and also the specimens of A. euphratica from Lebanon. The haplotypes of A. euphratica were arranged into two lineages, which showed strong geographic associations. One lineage contained samples from Harran in Turkey and from Iran, while all the samples from Syria clustered in another lineage. The pairwise Kimura twoparameter values suggested similar divergences between the three lineages and were within the range reported for a sister species of rodents. Our results point to a cryptic species in A. euphratica and also provide evidence of the expanded range of A. williamsi further south of Lebanon
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Summary of found: ...Allactaga euphratica, Allactaga williamsi, five-toed jerboas, molecular phylogeny, species delimitation, aridland biodiversity, ...
Keywords: Allactaga euphratica, Allactaga williamsi, five-toed jerboas, molecular phylogeny, species delimitation, aridland biodiversity
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 2575; Downloads: 70
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Finding a perfect phylogeny from mixed tumor samples
Ademir Hujdurović, Urša Kačar, Martin Milanič, Bernard Ries, Alexandru I. Tomescu, 2015, published scientific conference contribution

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Summary of found: Zadetek v naslovu
Keywords: perfect phylogeny, conflict-free matrix, conflict-free row split, row-conflict graph
Published: 08.08.2016; Views: 1092; Downloads: 51
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Perfect phylogenies via branchings in acyclic digraphs and a generalization of Dilworth's theorem
Ademir Hujdurović, Edin Husić, Martin Milanič, Romeo Rizzi, Alexandru I. Tomescu, 2018, original scientific article

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Summary of found: ...perfect phylogeny, minimum conflict-free row split problem, branching, acyclic...
Keywords: perfect phylogeny, minimum conflict-free row split problem, branching, acyclic digraph, chain partition, Dilworth's theorem, min-max theorem, approximation algorithm, APXhardness
Published: 08.05.2018; Views: 584; Downloads: 74
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MIPUP
Edin Husić, Xinyue Li, Ademir Hujdurović, Miika Mehine, Romeo Rizzi, Veli Mäkinen, Martin Milanič, Alexandru I. Tomescu, 2018, original scientific article

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Summary of found: ...perfect phylogeny, minimum conflict-free row split problem,, branching, acyclic...
Keywords: perfect phylogeny, minimum conflict-free row split problem, branching, acyclic digraph, integer linear programming
Published: 17.09.2018; Views: 306; Downloads: 50
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Reconstructing perfect phylogenies via binary matrices, branchings in DAGs, and a generalization of Dilworth's theorem
Martin Milanič, 2018, published scientific conference contribution abstract (invited lecture)

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Summary of found: ...perfect phylogeny, NP-hard problem, graph coloring, branching, acyclic digraph,...
Keywords: perfect phylogeny, NP-hard problem, graph coloring, branching, acyclic digraph, chain partition, Dilworth's theorem, min-max theorem, approximation algorithm, heuristic
Published: 17.09.2018; Views: 217; Downloads: 5
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Reconstructing perfect phylogenies via binary matrices, branchings in DAGs, and a generalization of Dilworth's theorem
Ademir Hujdurović, Martin Milanič, Edin Husić, Romeo Rizzi, Alexandru I. Tomescu, 2018, published scientific conference contribution abstract

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Summary of found: ...perfect phylogeny, NP-hard problem, branching, acyclic digraph, chain partition,...
Keywords: perfect phylogeny, NP-hard problem, branching, acyclic digraph, chain partition, Dilworth's theorem, min-max theorem, approximation algorithm, heuristic
Published: 17.09.2018; Views: 254; Downloads: 18
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