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USING RPB 1 SEQUENCES TO IMPROVE PHYLOGENETIC INFERENCE AMONG MUSHROOMS ( I NOCYBE , AGARICALES )

@inproceedings{Matheny2002USINGR1,
  title={USING RPB 1 SEQUENCES TO IMPROVE PHYLOGENETIC INFERENCE AMONG MUSHROOMS ( I NOCYBE , AGARICALES )},
  author={P. Brandon Matheny and Yajuan J. Liu and Joseph F. Ammirati and Benjamin D. Hall},
  year={2002}
}
An investigation of mushroom phylogeny using the largest subunit of RNA polymerase II gene sequences (RPB1) was conducted in comparison with nuclear ribosomal large subunit RNA gene sequences (nLSU) for the same set of taxa in the genus Inocybe (Agaricales, Basidiomycota). The two data sets, though not significantly incongruent, exhibit conflict among the placement of two taxa that exhibit long branches in the nLSU data set. In contrast, RPB1 terminal branch lengths are rather uniform… 

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