European species of Hypocrea Part I. The green-spored species

@article{Jaklitsch2009EuropeanSO,
  title={European species of Hypocrea Part I. The green-spored species},
  author={Walter M Jaklitsch},
  journal={Studies in Mycology},
  year={2009},
  volume={63},
  pages={1 - 91}
}
At present 75 species of Hypocrea have been identified in temperate Europe. [] Key Method Cultures were prepared from ascospores and used to study the morphology of cultures and anamorphs, to determine growth rates, and to extract DNA that was used for amplification and sequencing of three genetic markers. ITS was used for identification, while RNA polymerase II subunit b (rpb2) and translation elongation factor 1 alpha (tef1) were analyzed for phylogenetic reconstruction of the genus.SEVERAL UNEXPECTED…
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