Population Evidence of Cryptic Species and Geographical Structure in the Cosmopolitan Ectomycorrhizal Fungus, Tricholoma scalpturatum

@article{Carriconde2008PopulationEO,
  title={Population Evidence of Cryptic Species and Geographical Structure in the Cosmopolitan Ectomycorrhizal Fungus, Tricholoma scalpturatum},
  author={Fabian Carriconde and Monique Gardes and Patricia Jargeat and Jacob Heilmann-Clausen and Bello Mouhamadou and Herv{\'e} Gryta},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
  year={2008},
  volume={56},
  pages={513-524}
}
Tricholoma scalpturatum is an ectomycorrhizal fungus that forms symbioses with roots of diverse trees and shrubs. It is commonly encountered in a wide range of habitats, across temperate ecosystems. A previous study has revealed a high genetic diversity at a local scale, and ruderal abilities. To examine genetic structure at a large geographical scale, a total of 164 basidiocarps were collected from 30 populations located in Western Europe, from Spain to Scandinavia. These samples were analyzed… CONTINUE READING

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These samples were analyzed by three molecular methods with different levels of resolution : inter - simple sequence repeats ( ISSRs ) , restriction fragment length polymorphisms ( RFLPs ) in the rDNA internal transcribed spacer ( ITS ) , and ITS sequence analysis .
These samples were analyzed by three molecular methods with different levels of resolution : inter - simple sequence repeats ( ISSRs ) , restriction fragment length polymorphisms ( RFLPs ) in the rDNA internal transcribed spacer ( ITS ) , and ITS sequence analysis .
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