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- Joshi, Jahnavi; Karanth, K. Praveen
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 2011 v.60 no.3 pp. 287-294
- Scolopendra, etc ; monophyly; India; Show all 3 Subjects
- ... Given that peninsular India was part of the Gondwanan super continent, part of its current biota has Gondwanan origin. To determine the Gondwanan component of the peninsular Indian biota, a large number of species spanning diverse taxonomic groups need to be sampled from multiple, if not all, of the former Gondwanan fragments. Such a large scale phylogenetic approach will be time consuming and res ...
- Rehm, Peter; Meusemann, Karen; Borner, Janus; Misof, Bernhard; Burmester, Thorsten
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 2014 v.77 pp. 25-33
- Scolopendra, etc ; Araneae; Crustacea; Hexapoda; Lithobius forficatus; Pauropoda; Polyxenus lagurus; Symphyla; amino acids; data collection; genes; insects; mites; monophyly; sequence alignment; ticks; transcriptome; transcriptomics; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Myriapods had been considered closely allied to hexapods (insects and relatives). However, analyses of molecular sequence data have consistently placed Myriapoda either as a sister group of Pancrustacea, comprising crustaceans and hexapods, and thereby supporting the monophyly of Mandibulata, or retrieved Myriapoda as a sister group of Chelicerata (spiders, ticks, mites and allies). In addition, t ...