Non-Antarctic notothenioids: Past phylogenetic history and c
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TitleNon-Antarctic notothenioids: Past phylogenetic history and contemporary phylogeographic implications in the face of environmental changesAbstractThe non-Antarctic Notothenioidei families, Bovichtidae, Pseudaphritidae and Eleginopsidae, diverged early from the main notothenioid lineage. They are important in clarifying the early evolutionary processes that triggered notothenioid evolution in the Antarctic. The early-diverged group represents 8 percent of all notothenioid species and never established themselves on the Antarctic shelf. Most attention has been paid to the Antarctic notothenioids and their limited physiological tolerance to climate change and increased temperatures. In this review, we discuss key life history traits that are characteristic of the non-Antarctic early-diverged notothenioid taxa as well as the genetic resources and population differentiation information available for this group. We emphasise the population fitness and dynamics of these species and indicate how resource management and conservation of the group can be strengthened through an integrative approach. Both Antarctic waters and the non-Antarctic regions face rapid temperature rises combined with strong anthropogenic exploitation. While it is expected that early-diverged notothenioid species may have physiological advantages over high Antarctic species, it is difficult to predict how climate changes might alter the geographic range, behaviour, phenology and ultimately genetic variability of these species. It is possible, however, that their high degree of endemism and dependence on local environmental specificities to complete their life cycles might enhance their vulnerability. Copyright 2015 Elsevier B.V.AcknowledgementsWe are very grateful to Cinzia Verde for inviting this review. We also acknowledge the valuable comments of FC Mark and JA Caccavo on an early paper draft. This work was supported by the European Marie Curie project Polarexpress grant n. 622320 to CP, and by New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute for MDL. This paper is a contribution to the research programme PACES II, Topic 1, workpackage 6 of the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI). Funding bodies had no role in the writing of the manuscript or in the decision to submit the manuscript for publication.
1st AuthorPapetti, C.AuthorPapetti, C.Windisch, H.La Mesa, M.Lucassen, M.Marshall, C.Lamare, M.Year2016JournalMarine GenomicsVolume25Pages1/09/2017DOI10.1016/j.margen.2015.11.007URLhttps://www.scopus.com/inward/recor.....40ab97cc1653600e33c4bf9a5Keywordsrank1Author KeywordsBovichtidaeCryonotothenioideaEleginopsidaeGlobal warmingPseudaphritidaeSub-Antarctic
TypeArticleCitationPapetti, C., Windisch, H., La Mesa, M., Lucassen, M., Marshall, C. and Lamare, M. (2016). Non-Antarctic notothenioids: Past phylogenetic history and contemporary phylogeographic implications in the face of environmental changes. Marine Genomics, 25: 1-9
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