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Evolution and diversity of Ceriantharia (Cnidaria)

Grant number: 15/24408-4
Support type:Regular Research Grants
Duration: March 01, 2016 - August 31, 2018
Field of knowledge:Physical Sciences and Mathematics - Oceanography
Principal Investigator:Sérgio Nascimento Stampar
Grantee:Sérgio Nascimento Stampar
Home Institution: Faculdade de Ciências e Letras (FCL-ASSIS). Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Campus de Assis. Assis , SP, Brazil
Assoc. researchers:André Carrara Morandini ; Carlos Camargo Alberts ; Celine Lopes da Silva Santos ; Hellen Ceriello ; Marcelo Visentini Kitahara ; Maximiliano Manuel Maronna
Associated grant(s):17/50028-0 - Effects of diet and diel lighting on expression of venom diversity in two species of tube dwelling anemone, AP.R

Abstract

The dichotomy between Anthozoaria x Medusozoa, major groups (subphyla) in Cnidaria, is closely related to distinct recognized life cycle patterns. Many subgroups within each of the Cnidaria subphylum have been studied using different approaches. However, Ceriantharia (a subgroup of Anthozoaria) remains a mystery in many aspects. A number of systematic positions have been inferred for this group and there is still no consensus. Ceriantharia have many peculiarities compared to other groups, including different genome structures from those known to Anthozoaria and even the possibility of holoplanktonic life cycles, unknown in Anthozoarian species. Molecular studies performed to date demonstrate that the position of Ceriantharia remains controversial, but exhibits a tendency to oppose the most frequent proposals (Ceriantharia + Hexacorallia). This scenario has many outcomes at various scales, especially related to the origin and time of divergence among groups. Based on the above explanation, this project proposes a comprehensive evaluation of Ceriantharia and its connection with other clades of Cnidaria. The proposal will incorporate morphological, biological data (life cycle and behavior) and molecular data of Ceriantharian species to assess the phylogenetic relationship within Ceriantharia and among other clades of Cnidaria. A large amount of new information will be generated that will be reverted to publications in the area showing an improved scenario of this group. This project will allow the formation of a new research group, enabling it to level with other international laboratories. (AU)

Articles published in Agência FAPESP Newsletter about the research grant
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
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Las anemonas tubo poseen el mayor genoma mitocondrial entre los animales 
Tube Anemone Has the Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube Anemone Has the Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
What is the tube anemone? Find out about the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube Anemone Has the Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube Anemone Has the Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
Tube Anemone Has the Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
Tube Anemone Has The Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
Descubren que la anémona tubular presenta el genoma mitocondrial animal más grande 
What is the tube anemone? Find out about the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube Anemone Has the Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
What is the tube anemone? Find out about the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube Anemone Has the Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
Tube Anemone Has the Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
What is the tube anemone? Find out about the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube Anemone has Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube Anemone Has The Largest Animal Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genotype ever sequenced 
The tubular anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube anemone has the largest animal mitochondrial genome ever sequenced 
Tube-Dwelling Anemone Has Biggest Mitochondrial Genome Ever Sequenced 
Tube-dwelling anemones have largest mitochondrial genome on record 

Scientific publications (12)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
LOPES, CELINE S. S.; CEDELLO, HELLEN; MORANDINI, ANDRE C.; STAMPAR, SERGIO N. Revision of the genus Ceriantheomorphe (Cnidaria, Anthozoa, Ceriantharia) with description of a new species from the Gulf of Mexico and northwestern Atlantic. ZOOKEYS, n. 874, p. 127-148, SEP 9 2019. Web of Science Citations: 0.
ORICCHIO, FELIPE T.; MARQUES, ANTONIO C.; HAJDU, EDUARDO; PITOMBO, FABIO B.; AZEVEDO, FERNANDA; PASSOS, FLAVIO D.; VIEIRA, LEANDRO M.; STAMPAR, SERGIO N.; ROCHA, ROSANA M.; DIAS, GUSTAVO M. Exotic species dominate marinas between the two most populated regions in the southwestern Atlantic Ocean. Marine Pollution Bulletin, v. 146, p. 884-892, SEP 2019. Web of Science Citations: 0.
CERIELLO, HELLEN; LOPES, CELINE S. S.; DIAS, GUSTAVO MUNIZ; STAMPAR, SERGIO N. A different manner to share a house: is a colonial species possible in Ceriantharia (Cnidaria; Anthozoa)?. MARINE BIODIVERSITY, v. 49, n. 4, p. 2017-2020, AUG 2019. Web of Science Citations: 0.
STAMPAR, SERGIO N.; BROE, MICHAEL B.; MACRANDER, JASON; REITZEL, ADAM M.; BRUGLER, MERCER R.; DALY, MARYMEGAN. Linear Mitochondrial Genome in Anthozoa (Cnidaria): A Case Study in Ceriantharia. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, v. 9, APR 15 2019. Web of Science Citations: 1.
ACEVEDO, MELISSA J.; STRAEHLER-POHL, ILKA; MORANDINI, ANDRE C.; STAMPAR, SERGIO N.; BENTLAGE, BASTIAN; MATSUMOTO, I, GEORGE; YANAGIHARA, ANGEL; TOSHINO, SHO; BORDEHORE, CESAR; FUENTES, VERONICA L. Revision of the genus Carybdea (Cnidaria: Cubozoa: Carybdeidae): clarifying the identity of its type species Carybdea marsupialis. Zootaxa, v. 4543, n. 4, p. 515-548, JAN 9 2019. Web of Science Citations: 1.
SÉRGIO NASCIMENTO STAMPAR; CELINE S.S. LOPES; STEFANY ARCHANGELO DE ANGELIS; ANDRÉ CARRARA MORANDINI. DNA Barcoding revealing the occurrence of Isarachnanthus (Cnidaria; Anthozoa; eriantharia) in Cape Verde. Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia (São Paulo), v. 59, p. -, 2019.
OHDERA, AKI H.; ABRAMS, MICHAEL J.; AMES, CHERYL L.; BAKER, DAVID M.; SUESCUN-BOLIVAR, LUIS P.; COLLINS, ALLEN G.; FREEMAN, CHRISTOPHER J.; GAMERO-MORA, EDGAR; GOULET, TAMAR L.; HOFMANN, DIETRICH K.; JAIMES-BECERRA, ADRIAN; LONG, PAUL F.; MARQUES, ANTONIO C.; MILLER, LAURA A.; MYDLARZ, LAURA D.; MORANDINI, ANDRE C.; NEWKIRK, CASANDRA R.; PUTRI, SASTIA P.; SAMSON, JULIA E.; STAMPAR, SERGIO N.; STEINWORTH, BAILEY; TEMPLEMAN, MICHELLE; THOME, PATRICIA E.; VLOK, MARLI; WOODLEY, CHERYL M.; WONG, JANE C. Y.; MARTINDALE, MARK Q.; FITT, WILLIAM K.; MEDINA, MONICA. Upside-Down but Headed in the Right Direction: Review of the Highly Versatile Cassiopea xamachana System. FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, v. 6, APR 9 2018. Web of Science Citations: 7.
STAMPAR, SERGIO N.; EL DIDI, SURAIA O.; PAULAY, GUSTAV; BERUMEN, MICHAEL L. A new species of Arachnanthus from the Red Sea (Cnidaria, Ceriantharia). ZOOKEYS, n. 748, p. 1-10, APR 4 2018. Web of Science Citations: 0.
T. N. S. BANHA; S. N. STAMPAR; J. E. MARTINELLI-FILHO. First record of Solmundella bitentaculata (Cnidaria: Aeginidae) in Pará State Shelf, Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Biology, v. 78, n. 1, p. -, Fev. 2018.
STAMPAR, SERGIO N.; GONZALEZ-MUNOZ, RICARDO; MORANDINI, ANDRE C. Botruanthus mexicanus (Cnidaria: Ceriantharia), a new species of tube-dwelling anemone from the Gulf of Mexico. MARINE BIODIVERSITY, v. 47, n. 1, p. 113-118, MAR 2017. Web of Science Citations: 1.
MORANDINI, ANDRE C.; SCHIARITI, AGUSTIN; STAMPAR, SERGIO N.; MARONNA, MAXIMILIANO M.; STRAEHLER-POHL, ILKA; MARQUES, ANTONIO C. Succession of generations is still the general paradigm for scyphozoan life cycles. BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE, v. 92, n. 3, p. 343-351, JUL 2016. Web of Science Citations: 5.

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