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Phylogenetic analysis of ITS and group I intron sequences from European and North American samples of cetrarioid lichens

@article{Thell1998PhylogeneticAO,
  title={Phylogenetic analysis of ITS and group I intron sequences from European and North American samples of cetrarioid lichens},
  author={A. Thell and V. Miao},
  journal={Annales Botanici Fennici},
  year={1998},
  volume={35},
  pages={275-286}
}
Phylogenetic analyses were carried out on 23 samples representing 10 cetrarioid taxa from Europe and North America, representing 10 cetrarioid taxa; they were compared in parsimony analyses. The study is focused on ITS sequences of the ribosomal DNA. Intervening sequences, most likely representing group I introns, were found in four taxa. The results from the phylogenetic analysis are congruent with species delimitations derived from morphological characters, regardless of the geographic origin… Expand

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