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Molecular phylogeny of the genus Muntiacus with special emphasis on the phylogenetic position of Muntiacus gongshanensis

Yun-Chun Zhang Ye Htet Lwin Ren Li Kyaw-Win Maung Guo-Gang Li Rui-Chang Quan

Yun-Chun Zhang, Ye Htet Lwin, Ren Li, Kyaw-Win Maung, Guo-Gang Li, Rui-Chang Quan. Molecular phylogeny of the genus Muntiacus with special emphasis on the phylogenetic position of Muntiacus gongshanensis. Zoological Research, 2021, 42(2): 212-216. doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2020.355
Citation: Yun-Chun Zhang, Ye Htet Lwin, Ren Li, Kyaw-Win Maung, Guo-Gang Li, Rui-Chang Quan. Molecular phylogeny of the genus Muntiacus with special emphasis on the phylogenetic position of Muntiacus gongshanensis. Zoological Research, 2021, 42(2): 212-216. doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2020.355

麂属系统发育和贡山麂分类地位的研究

doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2020.355

Molecular phylogeny of the genus Muntiacus with special emphasis on the phylogenetic position of Muntiacus gongshanensis

Funds: This study was supported by the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation Special Fund (Biodiversity Monitoring and Network Construction along Lancang-Mekong River Basin Project; Y8GK041B01), CAS-SEABRI (Y4ZK111B01), CAS 135 Program (2017 XTBG-F03), and National Natural Science Foundation of China (31901080)
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  • 摘要: 麂属(Muntiacus)动物的染色体数量变化速率在脊椎动物中是最快的,因此麂属是研究脊椎动物进化的理想模型。然而,麂属物种间的系统发育关系,特别是贡山麂的系统分类地位,目前仍然不清楚。因此,该研究利用麂属动物的线粒体基因组和cyt b片段来研究麂属物种的系统发育关系。研究结果确认了麂属的12个物种,支持有争议的物种:贡山麂(M. gongshanensis)、葡萄麂(M. putaoensis)和斯里兰卡赤麂(M. malabaricus)分别为独立有效种。系统发育分析(最大似然法和贝叶斯法)的结果显示:贡山麂与黑麂(M. crinifrons)的关系最近,其次是菲氏麂(M. feae);葡萄麂与安南麂(M. truongsonensis)的关系最近,其次为罗氏麂(M. rooseveltorum)。我们的结果证实了贡山麂在中国西南部和缅甸北部均有分布。该研究结果为探索麂属动物的进化提供了理论依据,为今后麂属的分类评估提供了分子基础,也为贡山麂的保护提供了遗传资料。
  • Figure  1.  Bayesian inference (BI)- and maximum-likelihood (ML)-based phylogenetic trees for 12 muntjac species based on mitochondrial DNA

    Numbers on clades indicate posterior probability for BI followed by bootstrap support for ML analyses of the node. Asterisks indicate values of 100 (ML) and 1.00 (BI). Different species are represented by specific colors, with their distribution ranges represented by corresponding colored areas on the map. A, B: Show distribution of Muntiacus genus; C: Median-joining network of cyt b gene fragments of M. feae, M. crinifrons, and M. gongshanensis. Haplotype numbers correspond to those in Supplementary Table S2. Circle size is proportional to haplotype frequency, with scale provided in lower left corner; fill color denotes different species. Lines represent one mutational step, except when indicated otherwise by numbers; black circles represent missing vectors.

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  • 收稿日期:  2020-12-08
  • 录用日期:  2021-01-22
  • 网络出版日期:  2021-01-25
  • 刊出日期:  2021-03-18

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