Mitogenomic phylogeny, diversification, and biogeography of South American spiny rats

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Mitogenomic phylogeny, diversification, and biogeography of South American spiny rats. / Fabre, Pierre-Henri; Upham, Nathan S.; Emmons, Louise H.; Justy, Fabienne; Leite, Yuri L. R.; Loss, Ana Carolina; Orlando, Ludovic Antoine Alexandre; Tilak, Marie-Ka; Patterson, Bruce D.; Douzery, Emmanuel J. P.

I: Molecular Biology and Evolution, Bind 34, Nr. 3, msw261, 03.2017, s. 613-633.

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Fabre, P-H, Upham, NS, Emmons, LH, Justy, F, Leite, YLR, Loss, AC, Orlando, LAA, Tilak, M-K, Patterson, BD & Douzery, EJP 2017, 'Mitogenomic phylogeny, diversification, and biogeography of South American spiny rats', Molecular Biology and Evolution, bind 34, nr. 3, msw261, s. 613-633. https://doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msw261

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Fabre, P-H., Upham, N. S., Emmons, L. H., Justy, F., Leite, Y. L. R., Loss, A. C., ... Douzery, E. J. P. (2017). Mitogenomic phylogeny, diversification, and biogeography of South American spiny rats. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 34(3), 613-633. [msw261]. https://doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msw261

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Fabre P-H, Upham NS, Emmons LH, Justy F, Leite YLR, Loss AC o.a. Mitogenomic phylogeny, diversification, and biogeography of South American spiny rats. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 2017 mar;34(3):613-633. msw261. https://doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msw261

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Fabre, Pierre-Henri ; Upham, Nathan S. ; Emmons, Louise H. ; Justy, Fabienne ; Leite, Yuri L. R. ; Loss, Ana Carolina ; Orlando, Ludovic Antoine Alexandre ; Tilak, Marie-Ka ; Patterson, Bruce D. ; Douzery, Emmanuel J. P. / Mitogenomic phylogeny, diversification, and biogeography of South American spiny rats. I: Molecular Biology and Evolution. 2017 ; Bind 34, Nr. 3. s. 613-633.

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title = "Mitogenomic phylogeny, diversification, and biogeography of South American spiny rats",
abstract = "Echimyidae is one of the most speciose and ecologically diverse rodent families in the world, occupying a wide range of habitats in the Neotropics. However, a resolved phylogeny at the genus-level is still lacking for these 22 genera of South American spiny rats, including the coypu (Myocastorinae), and 5 genera of West Indian hutias (Capromyidae) relatives. Here we used Illumina shotgun sequencing to assemble 38 new complete mitogenomes, establishing Echimyidae, and Capromyidae as the first major rodent families to be completely sequenced at the genus-level for their mitochondrial DNA. Combining mitogenomes and nuclear exons, we inferred a robust phylogenetic framework that reveals several newly supported nodes as well as the tempo of the higher-level diversification of these rodents. Incorporating the full generic diversity of extant echimyids leads us to propose a new higher-level classification of two subfamilies: Euryzygomatomyinae and Echimyinae. Of note, the enigmatic Carterodon displays fast-evolving mitochondrial and nuclear sequences, with a long branch that destabilizes the deepest divergences of the echimyid tree, thereby challenging the sister-group relationship between Capromyidae and Euryzygomatomyinae. Biogeographical analyses involving higher-level taxa show that several vicariant and dispersal events impacted the evolutionary history of echimyids. The diversification history of Echimyidae seems to have been influenced by two major historical factors, namely (1) recurrent connections between Atlantic and Amazonian Forests and (2) the Northern uplift of the Andes.",
author = "Pierre-Henri Fabre and Upham, {Nathan S.} and Emmons, {Louise H.} and Fabienne Justy and Leite, {Yuri L. R.} and Loss, {Ana Carolina} and Orlando, {Ludovic Antoine Alexandre} and Marie-Ka Tilak and Patterson, {Bruce D.} and Douzery, {Emmanuel J. P.}",
note = "{\circledC} The Author 2016. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution. All rights reserved. For permissions, please e-mail: journals.permissions@oup.com.",
year = "2017",
month = "3",
doi = "10.1093/molbev/msw261",
language = "English",
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AU - Fabre, Pierre-Henri

AU - Upham, Nathan S.

AU - Emmons, Louise H.

AU - Justy, Fabienne

AU - Leite, Yuri L. R.

AU - Loss, Ana Carolina

AU - Orlando, Ludovic Antoine Alexandre

AU - Tilak, Marie-Ka

AU - Patterson, Bruce D.

AU - Douzery, Emmanuel J. P.

N1 - © The Author 2016. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution. All rights reserved. For permissions, please e-mail: journals.permissions@oup.com.

PY - 2017/3

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N2 - Echimyidae is one of the most speciose and ecologically diverse rodent families in the world, occupying a wide range of habitats in the Neotropics. However, a resolved phylogeny at the genus-level is still lacking for these 22 genera of South American spiny rats, including the coypu (Myocastorinae), and 5 genera of West Indian hutias (Capromyidae) relatives. Here we used Illumina shotgun sequencing to assemble 38 new complete mitogenomes, establishing Echimyidae, and Capromyidae as the first major rodent families to be completely sequenced at the genus-level for their mitochondrial DNA. Combining mitogenomes and nuclear exons, we inferred a robust phylogenetic framework that reveals several newly supported nodes as well as the tempo of the higher-level diversification of these rodents. Incorporating the full generic diversity of extant echimyids leads us to propose a new higher-level classification of two subfamilies: Euryzygomatomyinae and Echimyinae. Of note, the enigmatic Carterodon displays fast-evolving mitochondrial and nuclear sequences, with a long branch that destabilizes the deepest divergences of the echimyid tree, thereby challenging the sister-group relationship between Capromyidae and Euryzygomatomyinae. Biogeographical analyses involving higher-level taxa show that several vicariant and dispersal events impacted the evolutionary history of echimyids. The diversification history of Echimyidae seems to have been influenced by two major historical factors, namely (1) recurrent connections between Atlantic and Amazonian Forests and (2) the Northern uplift of the Andes.

AB - Echimyidae is one of the most speciose and ecologically diverse rodent families in the world, occupying a wide range of habitats in the Neotropics. However, a resolved phylogeny at the genus-level is still lacking for these 22 genera of South American spiny rats, including the coypu (Myocastorinae), and 5 genera of West Indian hutias (Capromyidae) relatives. Here we used Illumina shotgun sequencing to assemble 38 new complete mitogenomes, establishing Echimyidae, and Capromyidae as the first major rodent families to be completely sequenced at the genus-level for their mitochondrial DNA. Combining mitogenomes and nuclear exons, we inferred a robust phylogenetic framework that reveals several newly supported nodes as well as the tempo of the higher-level diversification of these rodents. Incorporating the full generic diversity of extant echimyids leads us to propose a new higher-level classification of two subfamilies: Euryzygomatomyinae and Echimyinae. Of note, the enigmatic Carterodon displays fast-evolving mitochondrial and nuclear sequences, with a long branch that destabilizes the deepest divergences of the echimyid tree, thereby challenging the sister-group relationship between Capromyidae and Euryzygomatomyinae. Biogeographical analyses involving higher-level taxa show that several vicariant and dispersal events impacted the evolutionary history of echimyids. The diversification history of Echimyidae seems to have been influenced by two major historical factors, namely (1) recurrent connections between Atlantic and Amazonian Forests and (2) the Northern uplift of the Andes.

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