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Phylogenetic analysis of restriction site variation in neotropical short-tailed fruit bats (Carollia)

Burton K. Lim

Phylogenetic analysis of restriction site variation in neotropical short-tailed fruit bats (Carollia)

by Burton K. Lim

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Published by B. Lim in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carollia -- Genetics,
  • Carollia -- Phylogeny,
  • Cladistic analysis.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBurton K. Lim.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 81 p. :
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17390023M

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Phylogenetic analysis of restriction site variation in neotropical short-tailed fruit bats (Carollia) by Burton K. Lim Download PDF EPUB FB2

Phylogeny of Neotropical Short-Tailed Fruit Bats, Carollia spp.: Phylogenetic Analysis of Restriction Site Variation in mtDNA Chapter 7 4. Phylogenetic Accuracy, Stability, and Congruence: Relationships within and among the New World Bat General Pages: Abstract. Along with the Melastomataceae, Rubiaceae, and Solanaceae, shrubs and treelets of the Piperaceae (primarily Piper) are numerically dominant members of the understories of many Neotropical dominance occurs both in number of species and number of by: Taxonomy of short-tailed bats (Phyllostomidae: Carollia) has been unclear due to the extreme morphological similarity among species and the significant morphological variation within species.

On the phylogenetic position of Carollia manu Pacheco et al., (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae: Carolliinae) M.D. () Phylogeny of Neotropical short-tailed fruit bats, Carollia spp.: ph.

Divergence times and origin of neotropical sheath-tailed bats (Tribe Diclidurini) in Southe America. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution Kennedy M, Paterson AM, Morals JC, Parsons S, Winnington AP, Spencer HG.

The long and short of it: branch lengths and the problem of placing the New Zealand short-tailed bat, Mystacina. In total, Baker and Bradley identified 32 cases (11 in bats) where a currently recognized species contained “phylogroups” with substantial DNA sequence variation (>5%) suggesting the presence of cryptic species and concluded that the species richness of mammals in Neotropical regions may be significantly under by: Full text of "Systematic revision of the Neotropical fruit bats of the genus Sturnira: a molecular and morphological approach" See other formats.

Affinites and hidtorical zoogeography of the New Zealand Short-tailed bat, Mystacina tuberculata Grayinferred from DNA-hybridization comparisons. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 5(1): Knight, A., and D. Mindell. Substitution bias, weighting of DNA sequence evolution, and the phylogenetic position of Fea’s viper.

Spatiotemporal diversification of a low‐vagility Neotropical vertebrate clade (short‐tailed opossums, Didelphidae: Monodelphis) A new molecular phylogenetic analysis and an updated biogeographical narrative for the Muscidae (Diptera).

conflicting signals from sequence capture versus restriction site associated DNA sequencing. Consistency in fruit preferences across the geographical range of the frugivorous bats Artibeus plants (Piperaceae) and their association with their main dispersers, two short-tailed fruit bats, Schnitzler, H.

The roles of echolocation and olfaction in two Neotropical fruit-eating bats, Carollia p Cited by: 7. Read "Phenology of neotropical pepper plants (Piperaceae) and their association with their main dispersers, two short‐tailed fruit bats, Carollia perspicillata and C. castanea (Phyllostomidae), Oikos" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Introduction. Bats are the only mammals capable of true flight. This ability enabled them to explore an enormous variety of niches that had never been used by any other mammal species (Norberg 40).In the Neotropical region, frugivory is a common characteristic of bat species from the Phyllostomidae family (Altringham ).There are different explanations concerning the occurrence of.

Identifying Neotropical bats and understanding the taxonomic changes that affect the names used for the various species over time can be a challenge. This key includes the species known to occur in Costa Rica and Nicaragua as well as three that are expected to occur in these countries but which have not yet been by: 1.

Molecular timescale of diversification of feeding strategy and morphology in New World leaf-nosed bats (Phyllostomidae): a phylogenetic perspective. Pages In G.F. Gunnell and N.B. Simmons (eds.) Evolutionary history of bats: fossils, molecules and morphology.

New. Figure 1. Comparison of the phylogenies after Baker and colleagues () and this paper.a) Molecular phylogeny of phyllostomid bats after Baker et al. () [] based on sequences of 12S and 16S rRNA, tRNA Valin and the rag2 gene.b) Our molecular phylogeny inferred from a complete independent molecular data set (see methods section: Alignment 1).Cited by: 4 Uncertainty analysis.

A high variation in toxicological sensitivity of bats in comparison to birds and ground dwelling mammals was observed. Bats were 1, times more sensitive (in the case of the active substance deltamethrin) to times less sensitive (in the case of fenthion) than the standard mammalian and bird test : Antonio Hernández‐Jerez, Paulien Adriaanse, Annette Aldrich, Philippe Berny, Tamara Coja, Sabine Duq.

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A statistically significant sample (n = ) was collected from each cave studied. A survey of bell hole locations facilitated analysis of packing distribution and spatial patterns of morphological variation.

Data analysis began with identification of inflection points in each profile to determine the boundary between the bell hole and ceiling. Chromosomal variation in bats of the genus Uroderma (Phyllostomatidae).

Journal of Mammalogy – (Baker and G. Lopez). The role of karyotypes in phylogenetic studies of bats. – in About bats (B. Slaughter and D.

Walton, eds.). Southern Methodist University Press, Dallas, Texas. Cited by: 1. phylogenetic analysis of molecular level can provide different and well-corroborated estimates of phylogenetic relationships.

It is possible to compare and contrast phylogenies based on morphological data with biochemical data such as genome data, globins, or cytochrome b (Benton, ). Messenger and McGuire's () study of. Neotropical bats and fragmentation Bats have been used as model organisms to study the effects of habitat fragmentation and are widely regarded as good bioindicators (Jones et al.

Within heterogameties, there is variation in the extent of degeneration of either the male-specific Y sex chromosome or the female-specific W sex chromo- some. For example, the Z and W sex chromosomes of emus (Dromaius novaehol- landiae) are virtually homomorphic, whereas in chickens (Gallus gallus), the W sex chromosome is considerably smaller.ASB members receive the SOUTHEASTERN BIOLOGY as part of their membership dues.

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