Mating type gene analysis in apparently asexual Cercospora species is suggestive of cryptic sex.

@article{Groenewald2006MatingTG,
  title={Mating type gene analysis in apparently asexual Cercospora species is suggestive of cryptic sex.},
  author={Marizeth Groenewald and Johannes Z. Groenewald and Thomas C. Harrington and Edwin C. A. Abeln and Pedro W. Crous},
  journal={Fungal genetics and biology : FG & B},
  year={2006},
  volume={43 12},
  pages={813-25}
}
The genus Cercospora consists of numerous important, apparently asexual plant pathogens. We designed degenerate primers from homologous sequences in related species to amplify part of the C. apii, C. apiicola, C. beticola, C. zeae-maydis and C. zeina mating type genes. Chromosome walking was used to determine the full length mating type genes of these species. Primers were developed to amplify and sequence homologous portions of the mating type genes of additional species. Phylogenetic analyses… CONTINUE READING

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