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Phylogenetic analyses of some genera in Oedipodidae (Orthoptera : Acridoidea) based on 16S mitochondrial partial gene sequences
Yin, Xiang-Chu1,2,4; Li, Xin-Jiang1; Wang, Wen-Qiang3; Yin, Hong1; Cao, Cheng-Quan4; Ye, Bao-Hua4; Yin, Zhan4
2008-10-01
Source PublicationINSECT SCIENCE
Volume15Issue:5Pages:471-476
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AbstractBased on the 16S mitochondrial partial gene sequences of 29 genera, containing 26 from Oedipodidae and one each from Tanaoceridae, Pyrgomorphidae and Tetrigidae (as outgroups), the homologus sequences were compared and phylogenetic analyses were performed. A phylogenetic tree was inferred by neighbor-joining (NJ). The results of sequences compared show that: (i) in a total of 574 bp of Oedipodidae, the number of substituted nucleotides was 265 bp and the average percentages of T, C, A and G were 38.3%, 11.4%, 31.8% and 18.5%, respectively, and the content of A+T (70.1%) was distinctly richer than that of C+G (29.9%); and (ii) the average nucleotide divergence of 16S rDNA sequences among genera of Oedipodidae were 9.0%, among families of Acridoidea were 17.0%, and between superfamilies (Tetrigoidea and Acridoidea) were 23.9%, respectively. The phylogenetic tree indicated: (i) the Oedipodidae was a monophyletic group, which suggested that the taxonomic status of this family was confirmed; (ii) the genus Heteropternis separated from the other Oedipodids first and had another unique sound-producing structure in morphology, which is the type-genus of subfamily Heteropterninae; and (iii) the relative intergeneric relationship within the same continent was closer than that of different continents, and between the Eurasian genera and the African genera, was closer than that between Eurasians and Americans.; Based on the 16S mitochondrial partial gene sequences of 29 genera, containing 26 from Oedipodidae and one each from Tanaoceridae, Pyrgomorphidae and Tetrigidae (as outgroups), the homologus sequences were compared and phylogenetic analyses were performed. A phylogenetic tree was inferred by neighbor-joining (NJ). The results of sequences compared show that: (i) in a total of 574 bp of Oedipodidae, the number of substituted nucleotides was 265 bp and the average percentages of T, C, A and G were 38.3%, 11.4%, 31.8% and 18.5%, respectively, and the content of A+T (70.1%) was distinctly richer than that of C+G (29.9%); and (ii) the average nucleotide divergence of 16S rDNA sequences among genera of Oedipodidae were 9.0%, among families of Acridoidea were 17.0%, and between superfamilies (Tetrigoidea and Acridoidea) were 23.9%, respectively. The phylogenetic tree indicated: (i) the Oedipodidae was a monophyletic group, which suggested that the taxonomic status of this family was confirmed; (ii) the genus Heteropternis separated from the other Oedipodids first and had another unique sound-producing structure in morphology, which is the type-genus of subfamily Heteropterninae; and (iii) the relative intergeneric relationship within the same continent was closer than that of different continents, and between the Eurasian genera and the African genera, was closer than that between Eurasians and Americans.
KeywordOedipodidae Acridoidea Orthoptera 16s Rdna Phylogenetic Analyses
WOS HeadingsScience & Technology ; Life Sciences & Biomedicine
Subject Area昆虫学
WOS KeywordBRYODEMELLA S. STR. ; MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY ; GRASSHOPPERS ORTHOPTERA ; ACRIDIDAE ; CHINA ; CAELIFERA ; INSECTA
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
WOS Research AreaEntomology
WOS SubjectEntomology
WOS IDWOS:000259610800011
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://210.75.249.4/handle/363003/1191
Collection中国科学院西北高原生物研究所
Affiliation1.Hebei Univ, Coll Life Sci, Baoding 071002, Hebei, Peoples R China
2.Chinese Acad Sci, NW Plateau Inst Biol, Xining, Peoples R China
3.Yanan Univ, Coll Life Sci, Yanan, Shaanxi Prov, Peoples R China
4.Shandong Agr Univ, Coll Plant Protect, Tai An, Shandong, Peoples R China
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Yin, Xiang-Chu,Li, Xin-Jiang,Wang, Wen-Qiang,et al. Phylogenetic analyses of some genera in Oedipodidae (Orthoptera : Acridoidea) based on 16S mitochondrial partial gene sequences[J]. INSECT SCIENCE,2008,15(5):471-476.
APA Yin, Xiang-Chu.,Li, Xin-Jiang.,Wang, Wen-Qiang.,Yin, Hong.,Cao, Cheng-Quan.,...&Yin, Zhan.(2008).Phylogenetic analyses of some genera in Oedipodidae (Orthoptera : Acridoidea) based on 16S mitochondrial partial gene sequences.INSECT SCIENCE,15(5),471-476.
MLA Yin, Xiang-Chu,et al."Phylogenetic analyses of some genera in Oedipodidae (Orthoptera : Acridoidea) based on 16S mitochondrial partial gene sequences".INSECT SCIENCE 15.5(2008):471-476.
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