"Using dated molecular phylogenies to help reconstruct geological, climatic, and biological history: Examples from Colombia"

"Attempts at historical reconstruction are based on limited data. We are more likely to produce accurate historical reconstructions by utilizing information from diverse sources and pooling data within the relevant research communities which will allow us to build up a moving picture of the geo...

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Autores Principales: Richardson J.E., Madriñán S., Gómez-Gutiérrez M.C., Valderrama E., Luna J., Banda-R. K., Serrano J., Torres M.F., Jara O.A., Aldana A.M., Cortés-B. R., Sánchez D., Montes C.
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Publicado: John Wiley and Sons Ltd 2018
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Acceso en línea:https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/24151
https://doi.org/10.1002/gj.3133
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spelling ir-10336-241512020-06-03T22:15:17Z "Using dated molecular phylogenies to help reconstruct geological, climatic, and biological history: Examples from Colombia" Richardson J.E. Madriñán S. Gómez-Gutiérrez M.C. Valderrama E. Luna J. Banda-R. K. Serrano J. Torres M.F. Jara O.A. Aldana A.M. Cortés-B. R. Sánchez D. Montes C. Biome Climate variation Miocene Niche Orogeny Paleobiology Paleoclimate Phylogeny Reconstruction Colombia Biome Niche conservatism Orogeny Palaeoclimatology Phylogeny "Attempts at historical reconstruction are based on limited data. We are more likely to produce accurate historical reconstructions by utilizing information from diverse sources and pooling data within the relevant research communities which will allow us to build up a moving picture of the geological, climatic, and biological evolution of our planet. We suggest that dated phylogenies of plants can contribute greatly to a better understanding of Earth history. Timing of phylogenetic splits of lowland restricted lineages on either side of the Andes could provide information on the timing of montane uplift and associated climatic changes. The timing of the arrival and diversification of organisms restricted to specific climatic regimes at a particular altitude can provide information on the age at which mountains reached a height adequate for that climate once corrected for global climate changes. As a model for study, we discuss how dated phylogenies in biome rich Colombia may contribute to an understanding of geological and climatic change in north-western South America. Lowland wet forest restricted lineages separated from the mid-Miocene, whereas lineages primarily restricted to mid-altitude cloud forests began to diversify from the mid- to late-Miocene and the majority of high-altitude Páramo lineages began to diversify during the Pliocene. The age of diversification of altitudinally restricted lineages therefore gives an indication of the age at which particular altitudes may have been reached. Copyright © 2018 John Wiley and Sons, Ltd." 2018 2020-05-26T00:09:18Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion 00721050 10991034 https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/24151 https://doi.org/10.1002/gj.3133 eng info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess application/pdf John Wiley and Sons Ltd instname:Universidad del Rosario reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
institution EdocUR - Universidad del Rosario
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language Inglés (English)
topic Biome
Climate variation
Miocene
Niche
Orogeny
Paleobiology
Paleoclimate
Phylogeny
Reconstruction
Colombia
Biome
Niche conservatism
Orogeny
Palaeoclimatology
Phylogeny
spellingShingle Biome
Climate variation
Miocene
Niche
Orogeny
Paleobiology
Paleoclimate
Phylogeny
Reconstruction
Colombia
Biome
Niche conservatism
Orogeny
Palaeoclimatology
Phylogeny
Richardson J.E.
Madriñán S.
Gómez-Gutiérrez M.C.
Valderrama E.
Luna J.
Banda-R. K.
Serrano J.
Torres M.F.
Jara O.A.
Aldana A.M.
Cortés-B. R.
Sánchez D.
Montes C.
"Using dated molecular phylogenies to help reconstruct geological, climatic, and biological history: Examples from Colombia"
description "Attempts at historical reconstruction are based on limited data. We are more likely to produce accurate historical reconstructions by utilizing information from diverse sources and pooling data within the relevant research communities which will allow us to build up a moving picture of the geological, climatic, and biological evolution of our planet. We suggest that dated phylogenies of plants can contribute greatly to a better understanding of Earth history. Timing of phylogenetic splits of lowland restricted lineages on either side of the Andes could provide information on the timing of montane uplift and associated climatic changes. The timing of the arrival and diversification of organisms restricted to specific climatic regimes at a particular altitude can provide information on the age at which mountains reached a height adequate for that climate once corrected for global climate changes. As a model for study, we discuss how dated phylogenies in biome rich Colombia may contribute to an understanding of geological and climatic change in north-western South America. Lowland wet forest restricted lineages separated from the mid-Miocene, whereas lineages primarily restricted to mid-altitude cloud forests began to diversify from the mid- to late-Miocene and the majority of high-altitude Páramo lineages began to diversify during the Pliocene. The age of diversification of altitudinally restricted lineages therefore gives an indication of the age at which particular altitudes may have been reached. Copyright © 2018 John Wiley and Sons, Ltd."
format Artículo (Article)
author Richardson J.E.
Madriñán S.
Gómez-Gutiérrez M.C.
Valderrama E.
Luna J.
Banda-R. K.
Serrano J.
Torres M.F.
Jara O.A.
Aldana A.M.
Cortés-B. R.
Sánchez D.
Montes C.
author_facet Richardson J.E.
Madriñán S.
Gómez-Gutiérrez M.C.
Valderrama E.
Luna J.
Banda-R. K.
Serrano J.
Torres M.F.
Jara O.A.
Aldana A.M.
Cortés-B. R.
Sánchez D.
Montes C.
author_sort Richardson J.E.
title "Using dated molecular phylogenies to help reconstruct geological, climatic, and biological history: Examples from Colombia"
title_short "Using dated molecular phylogenies to help reconstruct geological, climatic, and biological history: Examples from Colombia"
title_full "Using dated molecular phylogenies to help reconstruct geological, climatic, and biological history: Examples from Colombia"
title_fullStr "Using dated molecular phylogenies to help reconstruct geological, climatic, and biological history: Examples from Colombia"
title_full_unstemmed "Using dated molecular phylogenies to help reconstruct geological, climatic, and biological history: Examples from Colombia"
title_sort "using dated molecular phylogenies to help reconstruct geological, climatic, and biological history: examples from colombia"
publisher John Wiley and Sons Ltd
publishDate 2018
url https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/24151
https://doi.org/10.1002/gj.3133
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