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Correct names of two cultivated mushrooms from the genus pleurotus in China

By: Karunarathna S C.
Contributor(s): Chen J | Hassan B A | He M -Q | Hyde K D | Li G -J | Mortimer P E | Seelan J S S | Xu J | Zhao R -L.
2016Description: p36-46.Subject(s): Edible fungi | Phylogenetic analysis | RDNA | Taxonomy | Cultivated mushroomsOnline resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online In: 260(1) In: PhytotaxaSummary: Two collections of Pleurotus giganteus and one collection of Pl. tuber-regium from Mengsong in Yunnan Province, China, and commercially grown strains of Pl. giganteus and Pl. tuber-regium from Jiangxi Province, China were identified using macro and micro morphological characters. The identification was also confirmed by phylogenetic analysis using Internal Transcribed Spacer (ITS) universal primers. Phylogenetic analyses of ITS-1-5.8S-ITS2 rDNA sequence data of collections of Pl. giganteus from Sri Lanka (epitype), Thailand, Malaysia and Pl. tuber-regium from Australia, Cameroon, China, Ghana, Malaysia, Nigeria, and Papua New Guinea using maximum likelihood, maximum parsimony and Bayesian inference showed that Pl. giganteus forms a strongly supported clade with Thai and Chinese Pl. giganteus, while the Chinese Pl. tuberregium clade with Cameroon, Ghana and Nigeria samples with strong support. In this paper, we clarify the identifications of the two edible cultivated mushrooms, Pl. giganteus and Pl. tuber-regium in China. Ã 2016 Magnolia Press.
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Two collections of Pleurotus giganteus and one collection of Pl. tuber-regium from Mengsong in Yunnan Province, China, and commercially grown strains of Pl. giganteus and Pl. tuber-regium from Jiangxi Province, China were identified using macro and micro morphological characters. The identification was also confirmed by phylogenetic analysis using Internal Transcribed Spacer (ITS) universal primers. Phylogenetic analyses of ITS-1-5.8S-ITS2 rDNA sequence data of collections of Pl. giganteus from Sri Lanka (epitype), Thailand, Malaysia and Pl. tuber-regium from Australia, Cameroon, China, Ghana, Malaysia, Nigeria, and Papua New Guinea using maximum likelihood, maximum parsimony and Bayesian inference showed that Pl. giganteus forms a strongly supported clade with Thai and Chinese Pl. giganteus, while the Chinese Pl. tuberregium clade with Cameroon, Ghana and Nigeria samples with strong support. In this paper, we clarify the identifications of the two edible cultivated mushrooms, Pl. giganteus and Pl. tuber-regium in China. Ã 2016 Magnolia Press.

Chinese Academy of Sciences

31000013, NSFC

Chinese Academy of Sciences

31360014, NSFC

Chinese Academy of Sciences

31470152, NSFC

Chinese Academy of Sciences

54101020048, MFU

Chinese Academy of Sciences

55201020007, NRCT

Chinese Academy of Sciences

5580009, TRF

Chinese Academy of Sciences

2013T2S0030, CAS

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