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TitleA decade's perspective on the impact of DNA sequencing on aquatic hyphomycete research
Author(s)Duarte, Sofia Alexandra Ferreira
Seena, Sahadevan
Bärlocher, Felix
Pascoal, Cláudia
Cássio, Fernanda
KeywordsAquatic hyphomycetes
Barcoding
Community-level techniques
DNA sequences
Evolution
Phylogeny
Issue dateMar-2013
PublisherElsevier Sci Ltd
JournalFungal Biology Reviews
Abstract(s)A decade has passed since the first DNA sequences of aquatic hyphomycete species have become available. They have illuminated aspects of their phylogeny and evolution that were inaccessible by conventional methods. Here we present examples of how the resulting information has modified our knowledge of aquatic hyphomycetes. Generating more and better DNA sequence data will continue to expand the range of questions we can investigate concerning the evolution and ecology of aquatic hyphomycetes. We highlight the importance of moving forward with next generation sequencing technologies to more accurately determine the true diversity and composition of fungal communities on environmental samples. In addition, sequences targeting functional genes will offer further insights into the roles of aquatic fungi in ecosystem processes.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/24713
DOI10.1016/j.fbr.2013.02.003
ISSN1749-4613
Peer-Reviewedno
AccessOpen access
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