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Viridiplantae

Viridiplantae
An assortment of thallophyte Viridiplantae in a rock pool, Taiwan
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryota
(unranked): Archaeplastida
(unranked): Viridiplantae Cavalier-Smith, 1981[1]
Subgroups
Synonyms
  • Plantae Copeland, 1938, 1956[2][3]
  • Euchlorophyta Whittaker, 1969[4]
  • Chlorophyta sensu van den Hoek & Jahns, 1978[5]
  • Chlorobionta Jeffrey 1982, emend. Bremer 1985, emend. Lewis and McCourt 2004
  • Chlorobiota Kendrick and Crane 1997
  • Chloroplastida Adl et al., 2005

Viridiplantae (literally "green plants")[1] are a green algae, which are primarily aquatic, and the land plants (embryophytes), which evolved within them.[6][7][8] They have cells with cellulose in their cell walls, and primary chloroplasts derived from endosymbiosis with cyanobacteria that contain chlorophylls a and b and lack phycobilins. More than 350,000 species of Viridiplantae exist.[9]

In some classification systems, the group has been treated as a kingdom,[10] under various names, e.g. Viridiplantae, Chlorobionta, or simply Plantae, the latter expanding the traditional plant kingdom to include the green algae. Adl et al., who produced a classification for all eukaryotes in 2005, introduced the name Chloroplastida for this group, reflecting the group having primary chloroplasts with green chlorophyll. They rejected the name Viridiplantae on the grounds that some of the species are not plants, as understood traditionally.[11] The Viridiplantae are made up of two clades: Chlorophyta and Streptophyta.[12] Together with Rhodophyta and glaucophytes, Viridiplantae are thought to belong to a larger clade called Archaeplastida or Primoplantae.

A taxonomic evaluation of eukaryotes based on myosin distribution showed the Viridiplantae lost class-I myosins.[13]

Contents

  • Phylogeny and classification 1
    • Leliaert et al. 2012 1.1
  • See also 2
  • References 3

Phylogeny and classification

Leliaert et al. 2012

Simplified phylogeny of the Viridiplantae, according to Leliaert et al. 2012.[14]

  • Viridiplantae
  • core chlorophytes

Cladogram

Viridiplantae = green algae (+ land plants)
Chlorophyta (prasinophytes + UTC clade)

Palmophyllales


Prasinococcales (prasinophyte clade VI)


Nephroselmidophyceae (prasinophyte clade III)


prasinophyte clade IX


prasinophyte clade VIII



Pycnococcaceae (prasinophyte clade V)




Mamiellophyceae (prasinophyte clade II)


Pyramimonadales (prasinophyte clade I)





Picocystis (prasinophyte clade VII)


CCMP1205 clade


core chlorophytes

Chlorodendrophyceae (prasinophyte clade IV)

UTC clade

Trebouxiophyceae



Chlorophyceae


Ulvophyceae








Streptophyta = Charophyta + Embryophyta

Chlorokybophyceae


Mesostigmatophyceae



Klebsormidiophyceae



Charophyceae



Zygnematophyceae (including Desmidiales)


Chaetosphaeridium (Coleochaetophyceae)


Coleochaete (Coleochaetophyceae)


Embryophytes (land plants)






Cladogram following Leliaert et al. (2012), Figure 3

See also

References

  1. ^ a b T. Cavalier-Smith (1981). "Eukaryote Kingdoms: Seven or Nine?". BioSystems 14 (3–4): 461–481.  
  2. ^ Copeland, H.F. (1938). The kingdoms of organisms. Quart. Rev. Biol. 13, 383-420.
  3. ^ Copeland, H. F. (1956). The Classification of Lower Organisms. Palo Alto: Pacific Books, p. 6, [2].
  4. ^ Whittaker, R. H. (1969). New concepts of kingdoms or organisms. Science 163 (3863): 150–160.
  5. ^ van den Hoek, C. & Jahns, H. M. (1978). Algen. Einführung in die Phykologie. Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart.
  6. ^ Cocquyt E, Verbruggen H, Leliaert F, Zechman FW, Sabbe K, De Clerck O (2009). "Gain and loss of elongation factor genes in green algae". BMC Evol. Biol. 9: 39.  
  7. ^ Becker B (2007). "Function and evolution of the vacuolar compartment in green algae and land plants (Viridiplantae)". Int. Rev. Cytol. International Review of Cytology 264: 1–24.  
  8. ^ Kim E, Graham LE (2008). Redfield, Rosemary Jeanne, ed. "EEF2 analysis challenges the monophyly of Archaeplastida and Chromalveolata". PLoS ONE 3 (7): e2621.  
  9. ^ Smith SA, Beaulieu JM, Donoghue MJ (2009). "Mega-phylogeny approach for comparative biology: an alternative to supertree and supermatrix approaches". BMC Evol. Biol. 9: 37.  
  10. ^ "Viridiplantae". Retrieved 2009-03-08. 
  11. ^ Adl, Sina M.; et al. (2005), "The New Higher Level Classification of Eukaryotes with Emphasis on the Taxonomy of Protists", Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 52 (5): 399,  
  12. ^ Simon A, Glöckner G, Felder M, Melkonian M, Becker B (2006). "EST analysis of the scaly green flagellate Mesostigma viride (Streptophyta): implications for the evolution of green plants (Viridiplantae)". BMC Plant Biol. 6: 2.  
  13. ^ Odronitz F, Kollmar M (2007). "Drawing the tree of eukaryotic life based on the analysis of 2,269 manually annotated myosins from 328 species". Genome Biol. 8 (9): R196.  
  14. ^ Leliaert, F., Smith, D.R., Moreau, H., Herron, M.D., Verbruggen, H., Delwiche, C.F. & De Clerck, O. (2012). "Phylogeny and molecular evolution of the green algae" (PDF). Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 31: 1–46.  
  15. ^ Marin, B (2012). "Nested in the Chlorellales or Independent Class? Phylogeny and Classification of the Pedinophyceae (Viridiplantae) Revealed by Molecular Phylogenetic Analyses of Complete Nuclear and Plastid-encoded rRNA Operons". Protist 163: 778–805.  
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