Coevolution with higher taxonomic host groups within the Puccinia/Uromyces rust lineage obscured by host jumps.

@article{Merwe2008CoevolutionWH,
  title={Coevolution with higher taxonomic host groups within the Puccinia/Uromyces rust lineage obscured by host jumps.},
  author={Marlien M van der Merwe and John Q. Walker and Lars Ericson and Jeremy J. Burdon},
  journal={Mycological research},
  year={2008},
  volume={112 Pt 12},
  pages={
          1387-408
        }
}
Partial beta-tubulin 1 sequence data were obtained for 80 taxa of Pucciniaceae, with hosts from 33 angiosperm families, covering all major ordinal groups in the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification. As in previous studies, most species of Puccinia and Uromyces fell into two main clades (I and II), with P. glechomatis and P. psidii excluded from Pucciniaceae. Results suggest two processes; a coevolution of and hosts in each clade, as well as associated frequent jumps to ecologically close… CONTINUE READING
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