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Phylogeny of the Genus Cladonia s.lat. (Cladoniaceae, Ascomycetes) Inferred from Molecular, Morphological, and Chemical Data
TLDR
Phylogenetic relationships within the genus Cladonia, including Cladina, were reconstructed based upon simultaneous analyses of DNA sequences and morphological and chemical data, and a new provisional classification for the genus is proposed.
Advances in plant gene-targeted and functional markers: a review
TLDR
Recently developed targeted fingerprinting marker techniques are based on the well-established practices of arbitrarily amplified DNA methods, but employ novel methodological innovations such as the incorporation of gene or promoter elements in the primers.
Nuclear ribosomal spacer regions in plant phylogenetics: problems and prospects
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The information is summarized about the structure and utility of the phylogenetically informative spacer regions of the rDNA, namely internal- and external transcribedSpacer regions as well as the intergenic spacer (IGS).
Phylogeny of the Genus Cladonia s.lat. (Cladoniaceae, Ascomycetes) Inferred from Molecular, Morphological, and Chemical Data
TLDR
Phylogenetic relationships within the genus Cladonia, including Cladina, were reconstructed based upon simultaneous analyses of DNA sequences and morphological and chemical data, and a new provisional classification for the genus is proposed.
Multiple origins of symbioses between ascomycetes and bryophytes suggested by a five‐gene phylogeny
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It is shown that bryosymbiotic fungi occur in numerous lineages, one of which represents a newly discovered lineage among the Ascomycota and exhibits a tripartite association with cyanobacteria and sphagna.
Culture experiments and DNA sequence data confirm the identity of Lobaria photomorphs
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Resynthesis experiments of isolated myco- and photobionts, as well as internal transcribed spacer (ITS) rDNA phylogenies, suggest that the notoriously dissimilar photomorphs of Lobaria fendleri and Lobaria amplissima are not dissimilar.
Relationships of Scopulariopsis based on LSU rDNA sequences.
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Future alternatives in the taxonomy of Microascus include splitting the genus or redefining it to include deviating taxa and more molecular data need to be obtained and considered in either case.
Phylogenetic hypotheses: Cladoniaceae, Stereocaulaceae, Baeomycetaceae, and Icmadophilaceae revisited
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Parsimony analyses of SSU rDNA sequences were conducted to examine phylogenetic relationships of selected genera within the families Cladoniaceae, Stereocaulaceae, Icmadophilaceae and Baeomycetaceae, and the results support the recognition of the four families.
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