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Type: Artigo
Title: A New Subfamily Classification Of The Leguminosae Based On A Taxonomically Comprehensive Phylogeny
Author: Azani
Nasim; Babineau
Marielle; Bailey
C. Donovan; Banks
Hannah; Barbosa
Ariane R.; Pinto
Rafael Barbosa; Boatwright
James S.; Borges
Leonardo M.; Brown
Gillian K.; Bruneau
Anne; Candido
Elisa; Cardoso
Domingos; Chung
Kuo-Fang; Clark
Ruth P.; Conceicao
Adilva de S.; Crisp
Michael; Cubas
Paloma; Delgado-Salinas
Alfonso; Dexter
Kyle G.; Doyle
Jeff J.; Duminil
Jerome; Egan
Ashley N.; de la Estrella
Manuel; Falcao
Marcus J.; Filatov
Dmitry A.; Fortuna-Perez
Ana Paula; Fortunato
Renee H.; Gagnon
Edeline; Gasson
Peter; Rando
Juliana Gastaldello; Goulart de Azevedo Tozzi
Ana Maria; Gunn
Bee; Harris
David; Haston
Elspeth; Hawkins
Julie A.; Herendeen
Patrick S.; Hughes
Colin E.; Iganci
Joao R. V.; Javadi
Firouzeh; Kanu
Sheku Alfred; Kazempour-Osaloo
Shahrokh; Kite
Geoffrey C.; Klitgaard
Bente B.; Kochanovski
Fabio J.; Koenen
Erik J. M.; Kovar
Lynsey; Lavin
Matt; le Roux
Marianne; Lewis
Gwilym P.; de Lima
Haroldo C.; Lopez-Roberts
Maria Cristina; Mackinder
Barbara; Maia
Vitor Hugo; Malecot
Valery; Mansano
Vidal F.; Marazzi
Brigitte; Mattapha
Sawai; Miller
Joseph T.; Mitsuyuki
Chika; Moura
Tania; Murphy
Daniel J.; Nageswara-Rao
Madhugiri; Nevado
Bruno; Neves
Danilo; Ojeda
Dario I.; Pennington
R. Toby; Prado
Darirn E.; Prenner
Gerhard; de Queiroz
Luciano Paganucci; Ramos
Gustavo; Ranzato Filardi
Fabiana L.; Ribeiro
Petala G.; Rico-Arce
Maria de Lourdes; Sanderson
Michael J.; Santos-Silva
Juliana; Sao-Mateus
Wallace M. B.; Silva
Marcos J. S.; Simon
Marcelo F.; Sinou
Carole; Snak
Cristiane; de Souza
Elvia R.; Sprent
Janet; Steele
Kelly P.; Steier
Julia E.; Steeves
Royce; Stirton
Charles H.; Tagane
Shuichiro; Torke
Benjamin M.; Toyama
Hironori; da Cruz
Daiane Trabuco; Vatanparast
Mohammad; Wieringa
Jan J.; Wink
Michael; Wojciechowski
Martin F.; Yahara
Tetsukazu; Yi
Tingshuang; Zimmerman
Abstract: The classification of the legume family proposed here addresses the long-known non-monophyly of the traditionally recognised subfamily Caesalpinioideae, by recognising six robustly supported monophyletic subfamilies. This new classification uses as its framework the most comprehensive phylogenetic analyses of legumes to date, based on plastid matK gene sequences, and including near-complete sampling of genera (698 of the currently recognised 765 genera) and ca. 20% (3696) of known species. The matK gene region has been the most widely sequenced across the legumes, and in most legume lineages, this gene region is sufficiently variable to yield well-supported clades. This analysis resolves the same major clades as in other phylogenies of whole plastid and nuclear gene sets (with much sparser taxon sampling). Our analysis improves upon previous studies that have used large phylogenies of the Leguminosae for addressing evolutionary questions, because it maximises generic sampling and provides a phylogenetic tree that is based on a fully curated set of sequences that are vouchered and taxonomically validated. The phylogenetic trees obtained and the underlying data are available to browse and download, facilitating subsequent analyses that require evolutionary trees. Here we propose a new community-endorsed classification of the family that reflects the phylogenetic structure that is consistently resolved and recognises six subfamilies in Leguminosae: a recircumscribed Caesalpinioideae DC., Cercidoideae Legume Phylogeny Working Group (stat. nov.), Detarioideae Burmeist., Dialioideae Legume Phylogeny Working Group (stat. nov.), Duparquetioideae Legume Phylogeny Working Group (stat. nov.), and Papilionoideae DC. The traditionally recognised subfamily Mimosoideae is a distinct clade nested within the recircumscribed Caesalpinioideae and is referred to informally as the mimosoid clade pending a forthcoming formal tribal and/or clade-based classification of the new Caesalpinioideae. We provide a key for subfamily identification, descriptions with diagnostic charactertistics for the subfamilies, figures illustrating their floral and fruit diversity, and lists of genera by subfamily. This new classification of Leguminosae represents a consensus view of the international legume systematics community; it invokes both compromise and practicality of use.
Subject: Caesalpinioideae
Mimosoid Clade
Plastid Matk Phylogeny
Editor: Int Assoc Plant Taxonomy-IAPT
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.12705/661.3
Date Issue: 2017
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