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Evolution of helotialean fungi (Leotiomycetes, Pezizomycotina): a nuclear rDNA phylogeny.
The highly divergent characters of morphology, ecology, and biology in the Helotiales make it one of the most problematic groups in traditional classification and molecular phylogeny. Sequences ofExpand
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Toward a phylogenetic classification of the leotiomycetes based on rDNA data.
Phylogenetic relationships of one of the largest nonlichen-forming ascomycetous groups, the Leotiomycetes, were inferred from genes encoding three rDNA regions (SSU+LSU+5.8S rDNA). A dataset wasExpand
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Contributions of rpb2 and tef1 to the phylogeny of mushrooms and allies (Basidiomycota, Fungi).
A phylogeny of the fungal phylum Basidiomycota is presented based on a survey of 160 taxa and five nuclear genes. Two genes, rpb2, and tef1, are presented in detail. The rpb2 gene is more variableExpand
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Evolutionary relationships of Mycaureola dilseae (Agaricales), a basidiomycete pathogen of a subtidal rhodophyte.
Mushroom-forming fungi (homobasidiomycetes) are major examples of morphological and ecological diversification in terrestrial habitats. Homobasidiomycetes includes only nine described species thatExpand
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Phylogeny and a new species of Sparassis (Polyporales, Basidiomycota): evidence from mitochondrial atp6, nuclear rDNA and rpb2 genes.
Three nuclear genes, lsu-rDNA (encoding nuclear large subunit rDNA), ITS (encoding the rDNA internal transcribed spacers and 5.8 S rDNA) and rpb2 (encoding the second largest subunit of RNAExpand
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Media multitasking and well-being of university students
This study examines the impact of media multitasking behaviors on university students' social and psychological well-being (indicated by social success, normalcy, and self-control measures). ToExpand
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Northern species of earth tongue genus Thuemenidium revisited, considering morphology, ecology and molecular phylogeny
Thuemenidium is a small earth tongue genus with three recognized white-spored species. Within Thuemenidium, T. atropurpureum and T. arenarium have been reported only from the northern hemisphereExpand
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Asymmetry of foot position and weight distribution channels the inter-leg coordination dynamics of standing
  • Z. Wang, K. Newell
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Experimental Brain Research
  • 19 September 2012
The study of quiet standing has mainly been conducted in the foot side-by-side position with the assumption that the contribution of the lower limbs is structurally and functionally equivalent. TheExpand
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Individuals with autism spectrum disorder show abnormalities during initial and subsequent phases of precision gripping.
Sensorimotor impairments are common in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but they are not well understood. Here we examined force control during initial pulses and the subsequent rise, sustained, andExpand
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Footedness exploited as a function of postural task asymmetry
The functional aspects of footedness were investigated in different upright postures that varied in the degree of asymmetry of the task demands: side-by-side quiet stance, single foot quiet stance,Expand
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