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R Percudani, A Trevisi, A Zambonelli, S Ottonello
Extensive morphological convergence or divergence, a common occurrence in fungi, tends to obscure recognition of phylogenetic relationships among Pezizales, widespread filamentous Ascomycetes with either enclosed underground (hypogeous) or exposed (epigeous) fruit bodies, that often establish mutualistic interactions with arboreous plants. Focusing on hypogeous Pezizales commonly known as truffles, we sequenced the 18S rDNA from nine species belonging to three different families (Tuberaceae, Terfeziaceae, and Balsamiaceae)...
October 1999: Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
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