Photobiont Relationships and Phylogenetic History of Dermatocarpon luridum var. luridum and Related Dermatocarpon Species

@article{Fontaine2012PhotobiontRA,
  title={Photobiont Relationships and Phylogenetic History of Dermatocarpon luridum var. luridum and Related Dermatocarpon Species},
  author={Kyle M. Fontaine and A. Beck and E. Stocker-W{\"o}rg{\"o}tter and M. Piercey-Normore},
  journal={Plants},
  year={2012},
  volume={1},
  pages={39 - 60}
}
  • Kyle M. Fontaine, A. Beck, +1 author M. Piercey-Normore
  • Published 2012
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Plants
  • Members of the genus Dermatocarpon are widespread throughout the Northern Hemisphere along the edge of lakes, rivers and streams, and are subject to abiotic conditions reflecting both aquatic and terrestrial environments. Little is known about the evolutionary relationships within the genus and between continents. Investigation of the photobiont(s) associated with sub-aquatic and terrestrial Dermatocarpon species may reveal habitat requirements of the photobiont and the ability for fungal… CONTINUE READING
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