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Abstract

The gene coding for the small-subunit rRNA of 11 type strains belonging to the genus and its anamorph, , was amplified by using the polymerase chain reaction and subjected to digestion with a series of restriction endonucleases. Similarity coefficients were calculated from the number of shared and unique fragments, and a cluster analysis yielded four distinct groups with the following ascosporogenous states: , and . Results correlate with evidence from isoenzyme electrophoresis and DNA homology analysis. They also confirm previously reported anamorph-teleomorph connections and recently proposed synonymies within the genus.

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