Data from: Molecular analyses identify hybridization-mediated nuclear evolution in newly discovered fungal hybrids

Fabiano Sillo, Paolo Gonthier, Blakey Lockman, Takao Kasuga & Matteo Garbelotto
Hybridization may be a major driver in the evolution of plant pathogens. In a high elevation Alpine larch stand in Montana, a novel hybrid fungal pathogen of trees originating from the mating of Heterobasidion irregulare with H. occidentale has been recently discovered. In this study, sequence analyses of one mitochondrial and four nuclear loci from 11 Heterobasidion genotypes collected in the same Alpine larch stand indicated that hybridization has increased allelic diversity by generating novel...
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