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Título : Multilocus phylogeny of Clonostachys subgenus Bionectria from Brazil and description of Clonostachys chloroleuca sp. nov.
Autor: Moreira, Gláucia M.
Abreu, Lucas M.
Carvalho, Vívian G.
Schroers, Hans-Josef
Pfenning, Ludwig H.
Palavras-chave: Biological control agents
Bionectriaceae
Phylogeny
Soil fungi
Taxonomy
Agentes de controle biológico
Filogenia
Fungos do solo
Taxonomia
Publicador: Springer
Data da publicação: Out-2016
Referência: MOREIRA, G. M. et al. Multilocus phylogeny of Clonostachys subgenus Bionectria from Brazil and description of Clonostachys chloroleuca sp. nov. Mycological Progress, [S. l], v. 15, n. 10-11, p. 1031-1039, Oct. 2016.
Abstract: Phylogenetic analyses based on protein-encoding gene exons and introns of ATP citrate lyase (ACL1), beta tubulin (TUB), the largest subunit of RNA polymerase II (RPB1), and translation elongation factor 1-α (TEF1) are used for inferring the existence of a new Clonostachys species from the Cerrado biome in Brazil, described here as C. chloroleuca. The species produces dimorphic, primary, and secondary conidiophores that form consistently greenish conidial masses on artificial media. It resembles therefore C. rosea f. catenulata although it differs from this species by less adpressed branches in the secondary conidiophores. The new species is also phylogenetically related to C. byssicola and C. rhizophaga. Our inventory suggests that C. byssicola, C. chloroleuca, C. pseudochroleuca, C. rhizophaga, C. rogersoniana, and C. rosea commonly occur in native and agriculturally used soils of the Cerrado and Amazon Forest. Using sequences available from two genome-sequenced strains employed as biological control agents, we confirm the identity of the European strain IK726 as C. rosea and identify strain 67-1 from China as C. chloroleuca.
URI: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11557-016-1224-6
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Idioma: en_US
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