Cyperus prophyllatus: An endangered aquatic new species of Cyperus L. (Cyperaceae) with a exceptional spikelet disarticulation pattern among about 950 species, including molecular phylogenetic, anatomical and (micro)morphological data

Cyperus prophyllatus, an endangered new species of Cyperus (Cyperaceae) from an aquatic ecosystem of the Atlantic Forest, Espírito Santo State, southeastern Brazil, is described and illustrated. The spikelet morphology of Cyperus prophyllatus is exclusive among the many c. 950 species of Cyperus in having each a conspicuous spikelet prophyll and a corky rachilla articulation, which stay persistent on the base of the spikelet after disarticulation. Our molecular phylogenetic information help the location of C. prophyllatus within the C3 Cyperus Grade and extra exactly within the clade representing Cyperus sect. Oxycaryum, which additionally consists of C. blepharoleptos and C. gardneri.

Anatomical and (micro)morphological analyses corroborate the phylogenetic outcomes, present a greater understanding of ecology and taxonomy, in addition to reveal compatibility of buildings with survival and dispersion in aquatic environments. A distribution map, desk with distinctive characters of allied species, and conservation standing are made obtainable.

Full chloroplast genome of novel Adrinandra megaphylla Hu species: molecular construction, comparative and phylogenetic evaluation


Adrinandra megaphylla Hu is a medicinal plant belonging to the Adrinandra genus, which is well-known for its potential well being advantages as a result of its bioactive compounds. This examine aimed to assemble and annotate the chloroplast genome of A. megaphylla in addition to evaluate it with beforehand printed cp genomes inside the Adrinandra genus. The chloroplast genome was reconstructed utilizing de novo and reference-based meeting of paired-end reads generated by long-read sequencing of complete genomic DNA. The scale of the chloroplast genome was 156,298 bp, comprised a big single-copy (LSC) area of 85,688 bp, a small single-copy (SSC) area of 18,424 bp, and a pair of inverted repeats (IRa and IRb) of 26,093 bp every; and a complete of 51 SSRs and 48 repeat buildings have been detected.

The chloroplast genome features a complete of 131 useful genes, containing 86 protein-coding genes, 37 switch RNA genes, and eight ribosomal RNA genes. The A. megaphylla chloroplast genome indicated that gene content material and construction are extremely conserved. The phylogenetic reconstruction utilizing full cp sequences, matK and trnL genes from Pentaphylacaceae species exhibited a genetic relationship. Amongst them, matK sequence is a greater candidate for phylogenetic decision. This examine is the primary report for the chloroplast genome of the A. megaphylla.

A brand new species of Pilarella (Copepoda, Calanoida, Arietellidae) from the hyperbenthic layer of Japan, with a molecular phylogenetic evaluation of some consultant genera of the Arietellidae


A brand new species of the continental shelf hyperbenthic genus Pilarella is described, the primary from the Indo-Pacific. That is the second species of Pilarella identified, and the primary description of a male within the genus. The brand new species is definitely distinguished from different species of Pilarella (P. longicornis) based mostly on: (1) quick caudal rami, roughly 1.5 occasions longer than large; (2) 2 setae on the mandibular endopod; (3) 6 setae on the maxillular coxal epipodite; and (4) within the feminine, a brief left antennule reaching the posterior border of the genital double-somite. The brand new prognosis of Pilarella differs from Metacalanus within the separation of ancestral segments IX-XII and XIV-XV of the antennule, and the presence of 5-6 setae on the maxillular praecoxal arthrite.

Pilarella can also be separated from Metacalanalis based mostly on the absence of a seta on the third ancestral phase of the antennary exopod, the symmetry of legs 1-3, the presence of a medial basal seta on the feminine leg 5, and a couple of lateral exopodal spines on the feminine leg 5. A molecular phylogenetic evaluation of some consultant genera of the household Arietellidae, together with the current new species, recovers two arietellid clades (Metacalanus– and Arietellus-clades) as in earlier research. Dichotomous keys for the genera of Arietellidae and the species of Pilarella are included.


Laimaphelenchus africanus n. sp. (Tylenchomorpha: Aphelenchoididae) from South Africa, a morphological and molecular phylogenetic examine, with an replace to the diagnostics of the genus


A newly recovered inhabitants of the genus Laimaphelenchus from a useless maritime pine wooden pattern in Potchefstroom, South Africa, representing a brand new species, named L. africanus n. sp., is herein described and illustrated based mostly on morphological and molecular information. The brand new species is especially characterised by the next: 750-987 µm lengthy females; a cephalic area with no disc and 6 cephalic lobs not divided by ribs; a 10.0-12.5 µm lengthy stylet; 4 incisures within the lateral discipline; secretory-excretory pore (SE-pore) at barely posterior to the nerve ring; vulva with a well-developed anterior flap, vagina with two well-developed sclerotized items; post-vulval uterine sac (PUS) 63-125 µm lengthy; tail conical, 30-44 µm lengthy, ventrally curved with a subventral stalk in terminus, missing tubercles, with six to 9 small projections on the tip in scanning electron microscopy (SEM); and uncommon males with 17 μm lengthy spicules.

The brand new species was morphologically in comparison with these species of the genus with a stalk in tail terminus, missing tubercles, a vulval flap and 4 incisures within the lateral discipline viz., L. liaoningensisL. preissiiL. simlaensisL. sinensisL. spiflatus, and L. unituberculus. Phylogenetically, the brand new species was positioned into the most important Laimaphelenchus clade utilizing partial massive subunit ribosomal DNA (LSU rDNA D2-D3) sequences. An total literature assessment corroborated the presence of the stalk (at present with two predominant teams) on the tail finish is the primary attribute trait delimiting the genus. A compendium based mostly on the characters of the stalk, presence/absence of a vulval flap in females and variety of the lateral traces was additionally established.

A sturdy phylogenetic framework for members of the order Legionellales and its predominant genera (Legionella, Aquicella, Coxiella and Rickettsiella) based mostly on phylogenomic analyses and identification of molecular markers demarcating totally different clades


The order Legionellales incorporates a number of clinically necessary microorganisms. Though members of this order are well-studied for his or her pathogenesis, there’s a paucity of dependable traits distinguishing members of this order and its constituent genera. Genome sequences are actually obtainable for 73 Legionellales species encompassing ≈90% of identified members from totally different genera. With the intention of understanding evolutionary relationships and figuring out dependable molecular traits which can be particular for this order and its constituent genera, detailed phylogenetic and comparative analyses have been carried out on the protein sequences from these genomes.

A phylogenomic tree was constructed based mostly on 393 single copy proteins which can be generally shared by the members of this order to delineate the evolutionary relationships amongst its members. In parallel, comparative analyses have been carried out on protein sequences from Legionellales genomes to establish novel molecular markers consisting of conserved signature indels (CSIs) which can be particular for various clades and genera. Within the phylogenomic tree and in an amino acid id matrix based mostly on core proteins, members of the genera Aquicella, Coxiella, Legionella and Rickettsiella fashioned distinct clades confirming their monophyly. In these research, Diplorickettsia massiliensis exhibited a detailed relationship to members of the genus Rickettsiella.

The outcomes of our comparative genomic analyses have recognized 59 extremely particular molecular markers consisting of CSIs in various proteins which can be uniquely shared by totally different members of this order. 4 of those CSIs are particular for all Legionellales species, besides the 2 deeper-branching “Candidatus Berkiella” species, offering means for figuring out members of this order in molecular phrases.

Twenty 4, 7 and 6 CSIs are uniquely shared by members of the genera Legionella, Coxiella and Aquicella, respectively, figuring out these teams in molecular phrases. The descriptions of those three genera are emended to incorporate data for his or her novel molecular traits. We additionally describe 12 CSIs which can be uniquely shared by D. massiliensis and totally different members of the genus Rickettsiella.

Based mostly on these outcomes, we’re proposing an integration of the genus Diplorickettsia with Rickettsiella. Three different CSIs recommend that members of the genera Coxiella and Rickettsiella shared a typical ancestor unique of different Legionellales. The described molecular markers, as a result of their exclusivity for the indicated taxa/genera, present necessary means for the identification of those clinically necessary microorganisms and for locating novel properties distinctive to them.

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