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      Morphology and molecular phylogeny of epizoic araphid diatoms on marine zooplankton, including Pseudofalcula hyalina gen. & comb. nov. (Fragilariophyceae, Bacillariophyta)

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      Journal of Phycology

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            PHYLOGENY OF DINOFLAGELLATES BASED ON MITOCHONDRIAL CYTOCHROME B AND NUCLEAR SMALL SUBUNIT RDNA SEQUENCE COMPARISONS1

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              The limits of nuclear encoded SSU rDNA for resolving the diatom phylogeny.

              A recent reclassification of diatoms based on phylogenies recovered using the nuclear-encoded SSU rRNA gene contains three major classes, Coscinodiscophyceae, Mediophyceae and the Bacillariophyceae (the CMB hypothesis). We evaluated this with a sequence alignment of 1336 protist and heterokont algae SSU rRNAs, which includes 673 diatoms. Sequences were aligned to maintain structural elements conserved within this dataset. Parsimony analysis rejected the CMB hypothesis, albeit weakly. Morphological data are also incongruent with this recent CMB hypothesis of three diatom clades. We also reanalyzed a recently published dataset which purports to support the CMB hypothesis. Our reanalysis found that the original analysis had not converged on the true bipartition posterior probability distribution, and rejected the CMB hypothesis. Thus we conclude that a reclassification of the evolutionary relationships of the diatoms according to the CMB hypothesis is premature.
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                Journal
                Journal of Phycology
                J. Phycol.
                Wiley
                00223646
                August 2018
                August 2018
                July 16 2018
                : 54
                : 4
                : 557-570
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Carmen Campos 3; E-11500 Puerto de Santa María Spain
                [2 ]Marine Biodiversity and Global Change Research Center and State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science; Xiamen University; Xiamen 361005 China
                [3 ]Department of Marine Sciences; University of Connecticut; Groton Connecticut 06340 USA
                [4 ]Institute of Oceanography; Minjiang University; Fuzhou 350108 China
                Article
                10.1111/jpy.12760
                © 2018

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