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Phylogenetics and evolution of nematode-trapping fungi (Orbiliales) estimated from nuclear and protein coding genes.
TLDR
The systematic classification of nematode-trapping fungi is redefined based on phylogenies inferred from sequence analyses of 28S r DNA, 5.8S rDNA and beta-tubulin genes and a hypothesis for the evolution of trapping-devices is presented based on multiple gene data and morphological studies.
A re-assessment of Elsinoaceae (Myriangiales, Dothideomycetes)
TLDR
The family Elsinoaceae is revisited by examining generic types and analysis of molecular sequence data available in GenBank to resolve their placement in families or orders of Dothidoemycetes.
Phylogenetics and evolution of nematode-trapping fungi (Orbiliales) estimated from nuclear and protein coding genes
TLDR
The systematic classification of nematode-trapping fungi is redefined based on phylogenies inferred from sequence analyses of 28S r DNA, 5.8S rDNA and β-tubulin genes and a hypothesis for the evolution of trapping-devices is presented based on multiple gene data and morphological studies.
The status of Myriangiaceae (Dothideomycetes)
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This study revisits the family Myriangiaceae, and accepts ten genera, providing descriptions and discussion on the generic types of Anhellia, Ascostratum, Butleria, Dictyocyclus, Diplotheca, Eurytheca, Hemimyriangium, Micularia, MyRIangium and Z ukaliopsis.
Morphological and phylogenetic resolution of Arthrinium from medicinal plants in Yunnan, including A. cordylines and A. pseudomarii spp. nov.
Twenty-one strains of Arthrinium were cultured from leaf samples of ten medicinal plant hosts in Yunnan Province, China. Morphological and multi-locus ITS+TUB+TEF1 sequence analyses revealed that the
Title Phylogenetics and evolution of nematode-trapping fungi (Orbiliales) estimated from nuclear and protein coding genes
TLDR
The systematic classification of nematodetrapping fungi is redefined based on phylogenies inferred from sequence analyses of 28S r DNA, 5.8S rDNA and b-tubulin genes and a hypothesis for the evolution of trapping-devices is presented based on multiple gene data and morphological studies.