Phylogenetic relationships and evolution of pulmonate gastropods (Mollusca): new insights from increased taxon sampling.

@article{Dayrat2011PhylogeneticRA,
  title={Phylogenetic relationships and evolution of pulmonate gastropods (Mollusca): new insights from increased taxon sampling.},
  author={Beno{\^i}t A Dayrat and Michele M Conrad and Shaina Balayan and Tracy R White and Christian Albrecht and Rosemary E. Golding and Suzete R Gomes and Myroslaw G Harasewych and Ant{\'o}nio F Martins},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2011},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={425-37}
}
Phylogenetic relationships among higher clades of pulmonate gastropods are reconstructed based on a data set including one nuclear marker (complete ribosomal 18S) and two mitochondrial markers (partial ribosomal 16S and Cytochrome oxidase I) for a total of 96 species. Sequences for 66 of these species are new to science, with a special emphasis on sampling the Ellobiidae, Onchidiidae, and Veronicellidae. Important results include the monophyly of Systellommatophora (Onchidiidae and… CONTINUE READING

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