DNA Sequence Analyses Reveal Abundant Diversity, Endemism and Evidence for Asian Origin of the Porcini Mushrooms

@article{Feng2012DNASA,
  title={DNA Sequence Analyses Reveal Abundant Diversity, Endemism and Evidence for Asian Origin of the Porcini Mushrooms},
  author={B. Feng and Jianping Xu and Gang Wu and NIAN-KAI Zeng and Yan-Chun Li and B. Tolgor and G. Kost and Zhu-Liang Yang},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2012},
  volume={7}
}
The wild gourmet mushroom Boletus edulis and its close allies are of significant ecological and economic importance. They are found throughout the Northern Hemisphere, but despite their ubiquity there are still many unresolved issues with regard to the taxonomy, systematics and biogeography of this group of mushrooms. Most phylogenetic studies of Boletus so far have characterized samples from North America and Europe and little information is available on samples from other areas, including the… Expand
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