Phylogenetic Species Recognition and Species

  title={Phylogenetic Species Recognition and Species},
  author={John W Taylor and D. W. Jacobson and Scott Kroken and Takao Kasuga and David M. Geiser and David S. Hibbett and Matthew C. Fisher},
Taylor, J. W., Jacobson, D. J., Kroken, S., Kasuga, only primarily theoretical one was the Evolutionary SpeT., Geiser, D. M., Hibett, D. S., and Fisher, M. C. 2000. Fungal Genetics and Biology 31, 21–32. Phylogenetic species recognition and species concepts in fungi. Fungal Genetics and Biology 31, 000–000. The perational species concept, i.e., the one used to recgnize species, is contrasted to the theoretical speies concept. A phylogenetic approach to recognize ungal species based on… CONTINUE READING

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