Derivation of a polymorphic lineage of Gasteromycetes from boletoid ancestors

@article{Binder2002DerivationOA,
  title={Derivation of a polymorphic lineage of Gasteromycetes from boletoid ancestors},
  author={Manfred Binder and Andreas von Bresinsky},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2002},
  volume={94},
  pages={85 - 98}
}
The phylogeny of selected gasteromycetes and hymenomycetes was inferred from partial nuclear large subunit rDNA (nuc-lsu, 28S) sequences, delimited by primers LR0R and LR5. Taxon sampling with emphasis on relationships within the Boletales further included some gasteroid groups, which obviously have evolved convergent fruiting body morphology, and therefore remained controversial in taxonomy. This study confirms the close relationship of Geastrales, Gauteriales and Phallales and the presumable… 
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