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About Citation title: "Phylogeny, adaptive radiation, and historical biogeography in Bromeliaceae: insights from an 8-locus plastid phylogeny".
About Study name: "Phylogeny, adaptive radiation, and historical biogeography in Bromeliaceae: insights from an 8-locus plastid phylogeny".
About This study is part of submission 11142 (Status: Published).

Citation

Givnish T., Barfuss M., Van ee B.W., Riina R., Schulte K., Horres R., Gonsiska P.A., Jabaily R.S., Crayn D.M., Smith J.C., Winter K., Brown G.K., Evans T., Hulst B.K., Luther H., Till W., Zizka G., Berry P.E., & Sytsma K.J. 2011. Phylogeny, adaptive radiation, and historical biogeography in Bromeliaceae: insights from an 8-locus plastid phylogeny. American Journal of Botany, .

Authors

  • Givnish T.
  • Barfuss M.
  • Van ee B.W.
  • Riina R.
  • Schulte K.
  • Horres R.
  • Gonsiska P.A.
  • Jabaily R.S.
  • Crayn D.M.
  • Smith J.C.
  • Winter K.
  • Brown G.K.
  • Evans T.
  • Hulst B.K.
  • Luther H.
  • Till W.
  • Zizka G.
  • Berry P.E.
  • Sytsma K.J. (submitter) Phone 608-262-4490

Abstract

Premise: Bromeliaceae is a large, ecologically diverse family of angioŽsperms native to the New World. We use a bromeliad phylogeny based on eight plastid regions to analyze relationships within the family, test a new, eight-subfamily classification, infer the chronology of bromeliad evolution and invasion of different regions, and provide the basis for future analyses of trait evolution and rates of diversification. Methods: We used maximum-parsimony, maximum-likelihood, and Bayesian approaches to analyze 9341 aligned bases for four outgroups and 90 bromeliad species representing 46 of 58 described genera. We calibrated the resulting phylogeny against time using penalized likelihood applied to a monocot-wide tree based on plastid ndhF sequences, and used it to analyze patterns of geographic spread using parsimony, Bayesian inference, and S-DIVA. Results: Bromeliad subfamilies are related to each in ladder-like fashion: (Brocchinioideae, (Lindmanioideae, (Tillandsioideae, (Hechtioideae, (Navioideae, (Pitcairnioideae, (Puyoideae, Bromelioideae)))))))). Bromeliads arose in the Guayana Shield 100 Mya, spread centrifugally in the New World beginning 16-13 Mya, and dispersed to West Africa 9.3 Mya. Modern lineages began to diverge from each other 19 Mya. Conclusions: Nearly two-thirds of extant bromeliads belong to two large radiations: the higher tillandsioids, originating in the Andes 14.2 Mya, and the higher bromelioids, originating in the Serro do Mar and adjacent regions 9.1 Mya.

Keywords

Andes: bromeliads; epiphytes; Guayana Shield; historical biogeography; Neotropics; Poales; Serra do Mar; tank formation

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