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Palaeovegetation of China: a pollen data‐based synthesis for the mid‐Holocene and last glacial maximum
Pollen data from China for 6000 and 18,000 14C yr BP were compiled and used to reconstruct palaeovegetation patterns, using complete taxon lists where possible and a biomization procedure thatExpand
Population history of the plateau pika endemic to the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau based on mtDNA sequence data
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The results indicate that the population expansion of most groups occurred 0.24-0.03 Mya, which mostly coincides with the interglacial period before the last glacial maximum, and gene flow revealed a unidirectional manner from peripheral groups towards central plateau groups. Expand
A Review of Bambusicolous Ascomycetes
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The most represented host genera Bambusa, Phyllostachys, and Sasa are associated by 268, 186, and 105 fungal species, respectively, and a brief review of major morphology and phylogeny of bambusicolous ascomycetes is provided, as well as research prospects. Expand
Subsessila turbinata gen. et. sp. nov. (Beltraniaceae), a Beltrania-like fungus from Thailand
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A new monotypic Beltrania-like genus, Subsessila, with its type species S. turbinata, is described, illustrated and compared with similar genera based on phylogenetic analysis and morphological characters. Expand
Studies on Parmulariaceae I. A phylogeny based on available sequence data; introducing Parmulariales ord. nov . , and Hemigraphaceae , Melaspileellaceae and Stictographaceae fam. nov.
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The phylogenetic tree generated from maximum likelihood and Bayesian analyses of combined LSU-SSU sequence data demonstrate the relationships among Hemigrapha, Inocyclus and Parmularia species, and the relations of Buelliella, Karschia, Labrocarpon, Lembosia, Melaspileella and Stictographa. Expand
Rubroshiraia gen. nov., a second hypocrellin-producing genus in Shiraiaceae (Pleosporales)
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Maximum likelihood analysis, generated via RAxML (GTR+G model), using a combined SSU, LSU, TEF1 and RPB2 sequence dataset, shows that Rubroshiraia is close to Shiraia and belongs to the family Shiraiaceae. Expand
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Three new species of Hypoxylon (Hypoxylaceae, Xylariales) are described based on a polyphasic approach that included morphological examination, molecular phylogeny and chemotaxonomic studies ofExpand
Strobilomyces rubrobrunneus (Boletaceae), a new species with reddish brown scales from eastern China
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The phylogenetic analyses based on four gene markers support its placement in Strobilomyces and its separation from other related species of this genus. Expand
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