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Coevolution of the rust fungi and their hosts



Coevolution of the rust fungi and their hosts



Quarterly Review of Biology 46(3): 211-218



The rust fungi are considered to have evolved from parasitic ancestors. Speciation has taken place by parallel divergence with their hosts, jumps to new hosts and hybridization.

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DOI: 10.2307/2822510



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