Species diversity of Epichloë symbiotic with two grasses from southern Argentinean Patagonia.

@article{Cargo2014SpeciesDO,
  title={Species diversity of Epichlo{\"e} symbiotic with two grasses from southern Argentinean Patagonia.},
  author={Patricia D Mc Cargo and Leopoldo Javier Iannone and Mar{\'i}a Victoria Vignale and Christopher L. Schardl and Mar{\'i}a Susana Rossi},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2014},
  volume={106 2},
  pages={339-52}
}
In this work we performed morphological and molecular phylogenetic analyses (based on sequences of calmodulin M [calM], translation-elongation factor 1-α [tefA] and β-tubulin [tubB] genes) to characterize the diversity of Epichloë endophytes in Bromus setifolius and Phleum alpinum. The phylogenies obtained from the three genes were congruent and allowed differentiation of three lineages of endophytes that also presented morphological differences. One lineage corresponds to the previously… CONTINUE READING

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