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Taxonomy ID: 8352 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid8352)
current name
Genbank common name: tongueless frogs
NCBI BLAST name: frogs & toads
Rank: family
Genetic code: Translation table 1 (Standard)
Mitochondrial genetic code: Translation table 2 (Vertebrate Mitochondrial)
Other names:
common name(s) pipid frogs
Lineage( full )
cellular organisms; Eukaryota; Opisthokonta; Metazoa; Eumetazoa; Bilateria; Deuterostomia; Chordata; Craniata; Vertebrata; Gnathostomata; Teleostomi; Euteleostomi; Sarcopterygii; Dipnotetrapodomorpha; Tetrapoda; Amphibia; Batrachia; Anura; Pipoidea
   Entrez records   
Database name Subtree links Direct links
Nucleotide 2,965,503 -
Protein 308,035 -
Structure 462 -
Genome 32 -
Popset 239 80
GEO Datasets 5,596 2
PubMed Central 68,060 205
Gene 94,466 -
HomoloGene 14,412 -
SRA Experiments 6,533 -
GEO Profiles 184,986 -
Protein Clusters 12 -
Identical Protein Groups 200,991 -
Bio Project 478 -
Bio Sample 6,009 -
Bio Systems 2,143 -
Assembly 9 -
Probe 56,885 -
PubChem BioAssay 1,025 -
Taxonomy 107 1

Comments and References:

de Sa and Hillis (1990)
de Sa, R.O. and D.M. Hillis (1990). Phylogenetic relationships of the pipid frogs Xenopus and Silurana: an integration of ribosomal DNA and morphology. Mol. Biol. Evol. 7 (4): 365-376. The genus Silurana was resurrected by Cannatella and Trueb (1988) to accomodate the species in the Xenopus tropicalis group. Cannatella and Trueb (1988) believed the members of the Xenopus tropicalis group were more closely related to Hymenochirus, Pipa, and Pseudhymenochirus than they were to to other species of Xenopus. de Sa and Hillis (1990) refuted this phylogenetic placement of the Xenopus tropicalis group; instead, they found that Xenopus tropicalis and Xenopus epitropicalis were more closely related to other Xenopus than to Hymenochirus, Pipa, and Pseudhymenochirus. de Sa and Hillis also noted that Xenopus tropicalis and X. epitropicalis are sister-species, forming a monophyletic group which can be recognized as the genus Silurana. Silurana and Xenopus are recognized as sister-taxa, forming the subfamily Xenopodinae. Hymenochirus, Pipa, and Pseudhymenochirus remain in the subfamily Pipinae. The Xenopodinae and Pipinae constitute the Pipidae.

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Reference: How to cite this resource - Schoch CL, et al. NCBI Taxonomy: a comprehensive update on curation, resources and tools. Database (Oxford). 2020: baaa062. PubMed: 32761142 PMC: PMC7408187.

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