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From: Genetic analyses place most Spanish isolates of Beauveria bassiana in a molecular group with word-wide distribution

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Phylogenetic analysis of group I introns inserted in the LSU rDNA genes of entomopathogenic fungi. The MP tree was generated by parsimony analysis after heuristic searches (TBR option). A bootstrap full heuristic analysis, with bootstrap intervals from 1000 replications and nodes supported in >50% of bootstrap replicates, was generated using the PAUP 4.0 program. Branch lengths are proportional to the number of changes. Seven different intron sequence types (bolded) identified from 57 B. bassiana isolates were aligned with 24 representative intron sequences from Metarhizium anisopliae (Ma), Beauveria bassiana (Bb) and Cordyceps profilica (Csp), and an intron sequence from Naegleria sp. (Nsp) was used as outgroup. The four group I intron insertion positions are shown as Ec1921 (position 4), Ec2066 (position 3), Ec2449 (position 2) and Ec2563 (position 1).

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