Филогенетическая биогеография семейства Hamamelidaceae s. l. на основе молекулярно-генетических данных

  • Алексей Владимирович Бобров Московский государственный университет имени М. В. Ломоносова, Российская Федерация, 119991, Москва, Ленинские горы, 1
  • Максим Станиславович Рослов Московский государственный университет имени М. В. Ломоносова, Российская Федерация, 119991, Москва, Ленинские горы, 1
  • Михаил Сергеевич Романов Главный ботанический сад им. Н. В. Цицина Российской академии наук, Российская Федерация, 127276, Москва, ул. Ботаническая, 4

Аннотация

Семейство гамамелисовые (Hamamelidaceae s. l.) включает 27-31 род и около 100 видов и обладает дизъюнктивным ареалом, в который входят отдельные регионы Западной, Южной, Восточной и Юго-Восточной Азии, Северной, Центральной и Южной Америки, Восточной Африки и Северо-Восточной Австралии. В ходе работы были реконструированы филогенетические взаимоотношения между 51 видом из 28 родов Hamamelidaceae s. l. и Itea chinensis (Iteaceae), Paeonia brownii и Paeonia lactiflora (оба Paeoniaceae), Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Cercidiphyllaceae) и Daphniphyllum oldhamii (Daphniphyllaceae) в качестве внешней группы. Филогенетический анализ был проведен с использованием методов максимальной экономии и максимального правдоподобия. Молекулярные данные представлены шестью последовательностями, из которых одна последовательность относится к ядерной ( ITS-5 . 8S rRNA ), а пять - к хлоропластной ( matK , rbcL , trnL-trnF , psaA-ycf3 , psbA-trnH ) ДНК. Полученные данные указывают, что Hamamelidaceae s. l. образует парафилетическую группу, тогда как Altingiaceae и Hamamelidaceae s. s. монофилетичны. На основании филогении и палеоботанических данных была предложена модель расселения Hamamelidaceae s. l. Семейство Altingiaceae обособилось на территории Северной Америки около 95 млн лет назад и сперва расселилось по Берингийскому мосту в Восточную Азию, а затем по Североатлантическому мосту - в Европу. Семейство Hamamelidaceae s. s. сформировалось около 90 млн лет назад на территории современной Европы и имеет сложную биогеографическую историю, которая включает заселение Африки и Мадагаскара, Австралии и 4 независимых случая заселения Северной Америки таксонами из разных триб подсемейства Hamamelidoideae.

Ключевые слова:

алтингиевые (Altingiaceae), биогеография, время дивергенции, гамамелисовые (Hamamelidaceae), дизъюнктивный ареал, история расселения, филогения

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2020-04-26
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Бобров, А. В., Рослов, М. С. и Романов, М. С. (2020) «Филогенетическая биогеография семейства Hamamelidaceae s. l. на основе молекулярно-генетических данных», Вестник Санкт-Петербургского университета. Науки о Земле, 65(2). doi: 10.21638/spbu07.2020.201.