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Molecular taxonomy of Dunaliella (Chlorophyceae), with a special focus on D. salina: ITS2 sequeces revisited with an extensive geographical sampling

Molecular taxonomy of Dunaliella (Chlorophyceae), with a special focus on D. salina: ITS2 sequeces revisited with an extensive geographical sampling

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Estudio taxonómico y filogenético de diferentes cepas de Dunaliella salina.
Estudio taxonómico y filogenético de diferentes cepas de Dunaliella salina.

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Molecular taxonomy of Dunaliella (Chlorophyceae), with a special focus on D.salina: ITS2 sequences revisited with an extensive geographical sampling.
Aquatic Biosystems 
2012,
8
:2 doi:10.1186/2046-9063-8-2Patricia Assuncao (pclemente@itccanarias.org)Ruth Jaen-Molina ( julicaujape@gmail.com)Juli Caujape-Castells (ruthjaen@gmail.com)Adelina de la Jara (adelajara@itccanarias.org)Laura Carmona (lcarmona@itccanarias.org)Karen Freijanes (kfreijanes@itccanarias.org)Hector Mendoza (hmendoza@itccanarias.org)
ISSN
2046-9063
Article type
Research
Submission date
20 October 2011
Acceptance date
30 January 2012
Publication date
30 January 2012
Article URL
http://www.aquaticbiosystems.org/content/8/1/2This peer-reviewed article was published immediately upon acceptance. It can be downloaded,printed and distributed freely for any purposes (see copyright notice below).Articles in
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are listed in PubMed and archived at PubMed Central.For information about publishing your research in
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or any BioMed Central journal,go tohttp://www.aquaticbiosystems.org/authors/instructions/ For information about other BioMed Central publications go tohttp://www.biomedcentral.com/ 
 Aquatic Biosystems
 © 2012 Assuncao
et al.
; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0),which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
 
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Molecular taxonomy of 
 Dunaliella
(Chlorophyceae), with a special focus on
 D. salina
:ITS2 sequences revisited with an extensive geographical sampling.Patrícia Assunção
a2
, Ruth Jaén-Molina
b
, Juli Caujapé-Castells
b
,
 
Adelina de la Jara
a
,Laura Carmona
a
, Karen Freijanes
a
, Héctor Mendoza
a2
.
a
Departamento de Biotecnología. División de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico.Instituto Tecnológico de Canarias (ITC). Pozo Izquierdo, 35119 Sta. Lucía, CanaryIslands, Spain.
b
Departamento de Biodiversidad Molecular y Banco de ADN, Jardín Botánico Canario“Viera y Clavijo”-Unidad Asociada CSIC, Apartado de correos 14 de Tafira Alta,35017 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain.
2
Corresponding authors:hmendoza@itccanarias.org,pclemente@itccanarias.org  phone: 0034 928727555/7613, FAX: 0034 928727517
 
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ABSTRACTWe used an ITS2 primary and secondary structure and Compensatory Base Changes(CBCs) analyses on new French and Spanish
 Dunallela salina
strains to investigatetheir phylogenetic position and taxonomic status within the genus
 Dunaliella
. Ouranalyses show a great diversity within
 D. salina
(with only some clades not statisticallysupported) and reveal considerable genetic diversity and structure within
 Dunaliella
,although the CBC analysis did not bolster the existence of different biological groupswithin this taxon. The ITS2 sequences of the new Spanish and French
 D. salina
strainswere very similar except for two of them: ITC5105 “Janubio” from Spain and ITC5119from France. Although the Spanish one had a unique ITS2 sequence profile and thephylogenetic tree indicates that this strain can represent a new species, this hypothesiswas not confirmed by CBCs, and clarification of its taxonomic status requires furtherinvestigation with new data. Overall, the use of CBCs to define species boundarieswithin
 Dunaliella
was not conclusive in some cases, and the ITS2 region does notcontain a geographical signal overall.KEY INDEX WORDSCanary Islands, Compensatory Base Changes,
 Dunaliella salina
, Internal TranscribedSpacer, Saltworks, Taxonomy.

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