McTaggart, A. R. and Doungsa-ard, C. and Geering, A. D. W. and Aime, M. C. and Shivas, R. G. (2015) A co-evolutionary relationship exists between Endoraecium (Pucciniales) and its Acacia hosts in Australia. Persoonia - Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi, 35 (1). pp. 50-62.
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Article Link(s): http://dx.doi.org/10.3767/003158515X687588
Endoraecium is a genus of rust fungi that infects several species of Acacia in Australia, South-East Asia and Hawaii. This study investigated the systematics of Endoraecium from 55 specimens in Australia based on a combined morphological and molecular approach. Phylogenetic analyses were conducted on partitioned datasets of loci from ribosomal and mitochondrial DNA. The recovered molecular phylogeny supported a recently published taxonomy based on morphology and host range that divided Endoraecium digitatum into five species. Spore morphology is synapomorphic and there is evidence Endoraecium co-evolved with its Acacia hosts. The broad host ranges of E. digitatum, E. parvum, E. phyllodiorum and E. violae-faustiae are revised in light of this study, and nine new species of Endoraecium are described from Australia based on host taxonomy, morphology and phylogenetic concordance.
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|Keywords:||ATELOCAUDA ENDOCYCLIC RUSTS MIMOSOIDEAE RACOSPERMYCES RAVENELIACEAE UREDINALES|
|Deposited On:||09 Feb 2016 01:36|
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