Rodham E. Tulloss

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Microbial symbioses have evolved repeatedly across the tree of life, but the genetic changes underlying transitions to symbiosis are largely unknown, especially for eukaryotic microbial symbionts. We used the genus Amanita, an iconic group of mushroom-forming fungi engaged in ectomycorrhizal symbioses with plants, to identify both the origins and potential(More)
A growing number of molecular studies show that many fungi have phylogeographic structures and that their distinct lineages are usually limited to different continents. As a conservative test of the extent to which wind-dispersed mycorrhizal fungi may exhibit phylogeographic structure, we chose to study Amanita muscaria, a host-generalist, widespread,(More)
This paper will discuss a family of CAD tools supporting automatic diagnosis and the usage of those tools in Western Electric Company (WECo) testing. The CAD tools described in this paper are part of a package developed at the Engineering Research Center (ERC), Princeton, New Jersey. The Diagnostic Organization and Retrieval Algorithms (DORA) System is a(More)
Lethal amanitas (Amanita section Phalloideae) are a group of wild, fatal mushrooms causing many poisoning cases worldwide. However, the diversity and evolutionary history of these lethal mushrooms remain poorly known due to the limited sampling and insufficient gene fragments employed for phylogenetic analyses. In this study, five gene loci (nrLSU, ITS,(More)
The following assignments, resulting from the Vienna Conference on "human Choice and Computers" will be considered as o£ particular importance and given priority in the Committee's future activities: 1) to further contact between information scientists, social scientists, economists, medical doctors, teachers, trade unions and other professions or(More)
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