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  • Miadlikowska, J./ Kauff, F./ Hofstetter, V./ Fraker, E./ Grube, M./ Hafellner, J./ Reeb, V./ Hodkinson, B. P./ Kukwa, M./ Lücking, R./ Hestmark, G./ Otalora, M. G./ Rauhut, A./ Büdel, B./ Scheidegger, C./ Timdal, E./ Stenroos, S./ Brodo, I. M./ Perlmutter, G. B./ Ertz, D./ Diederich, P./ Lendemer, J. C./ May, P. F./ Schoch, C./ Arnold, A. E./ Gueidan, C./ Tripp, E./ Yahr, R./ Robertson, C./ Lutzoni, F. 2006: New insights into classification and evolution of the Lecanoromycetes (Pezizomycotina, Ascomycota) from phylogenetic analyses of three ribosomal RNA- and two protein-coding genes. - Mycologia 98(6): 1088-1103. [RLL List # 207 / Rec.# 29011]
    Keywords: PROTEIN-CODING GENES/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS/ LECANOROMYCETES/ MITSSE/ NUCSSU/ NUCLSU/ PHOTOBIONTS/ PHYLOGENY/ RPB1/ RPB2/ MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ANALYSIS
    Abstract: ["Our analyses strongly support the Acarosporomycetidae and Ostropomycetidae as monophyletic, whereas the delimitation of the largest subclass, the Lecanoromycetidae, remains uncertain. Independent of future delimitation of the Lecanoromycetidae, the Rhizocarpaceae and Umbilicariaceae should be elevated to ordinal level. Our phylogenies confirm that ascus morphology cannot be consistently to shape the classification of lichen-forming fungi."
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