Phylogeny and taxonomy of the Asian grapevine leaf rust fungus, Phakopsora euvitis, and its allies (Uredinales) View Full Text


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DATE

2008-02

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Sinchai Chatasiri, Yoshitaka Ono

ABSTRACT

Heteroecious Phakopsora euvitis, P. vitis, and P. ampelopsidis, autoecious P. meliosmae, and an unconnected Aecidium on Meliosma are closely allied. A total of 45 collections representing the five rust fungi from Japan, Australia, and East Timor were subjected to molecular phylogenetic analyses: the D1/D2 region of nuclear large subunit rDNA and nuclear small subunit internal transcribed spacer 2 (ITS2) region including 5.8S rDNA were analyzed. Tree topologies generated from parsimony and distance methods of the D1/D2 and ITS2 sequences were similar. The 45 collections (44 for ITS2 and 33 for D1/D2, with 32 common for both analyses) are grouped into seven clades: P. ampelopsidis, P. vitis, unconnected Aecidium, P. euvitis from Japan, P. euvitis from Australia and East Timor, P. meliosmae on M. myriantha, and P. meliosmae on M. tenuis. The results confirm the phylogenetic distinctness of P. euvitis, P. ampelopsidis, and P. vitis distributed in Japan. A grapevine leaf rust fungus in Australia and East Timor has genetically diverged from P. euvitis in Japan. The unconnected Aecidium is highly likely to be an aecial anamorph of a Phakopsora fungus. Autoecious Phakopsora fungi on M. meliosmae and M. tenuis need further host-specificity and morphological studies to confirm their taxonomic status. More... »

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66-74

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Mycoscience

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1

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49

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