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Record number 423671
Title A new subfamilial and tribal classification of the pantropical flowering plant family Annonaceae informed by molecular phylogenetics
Author(s) Chatrou, L.W.; Pirie, M.D.; Erkens, R.H.J.; Couvreur, T.L.P.; Neubig, K.M.; Abbott, J.R.; Mols, J.B.
Source Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 169 (2012)1. - ISSN 0024-4074 - p. 5 - 40.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1095-8339.2012.01235.x
Department(s) Biosystematics
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) historical biogeography - anaxagorea annonaceae - maximum-likelihood - uvaria annonaceae - character evolution - taxonomic revision - neotropical genera - sequence data - mixed models - missing data
Abstract The pantropical flowering plant family Annonaceae is the most species-rich family of Magnoliales. Despite long-standing interest in the systematics of Annonaceae, no authoritative classification has yet been published in the light of recent molecular phylogenetic analyses. Here, using the largest, most representative, molecular dataset compiled on Annonaceae to date, we present, for the first time, a robust family-wide phylogenetic tree and subsequent classification. We used a supermatrix of up to eight plastid markers sequenced from 193 ingroup and seven outgroup species. Some of the relationships at lower taxonomic levels are poorly resolved, but deeper nodes generally receive high support. Annonaceae comprises four major clades, which are here given the taxonomic rank of subfamily. The description of Annonoideae is amended, and three new subfamilies are described: Anaxagoreoideae, Ambavioideae and Malmeoideae. In Annonoideae, seven tribes are recognized, one of which, Duguetieae, is described as new. In Malmeoideae, seven tribes are recognized, six of which are newly described: Dendrokingstonieae, Fenerivieae, Maasieae, Malmeeae, Monocarpieae and Piptostigmateae. This new subfamilial and tribal classification is discussed against the background of previous classifications and characters to recognize subfamilies are reviewed
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