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Comparative Genomics of the Pine Pathogens and Beetle Symbionts in the Genus Grosmannia
Studies on beetle/tree fungal symbionts typically characterize the ecological and geographic distributions of the fungal populations. There is limited understanding of the genome-wide evolutionary processes that act within and between species as such fungi adapt to different environments, leading to physiological differences and reproductive isolation. Here, we assess genomic evidence for such evolutionary processes by extending our recent work on Grosmannia clavigera, which is vectored by thedoi:10.7939/r3-hhry-wb11 fatcat:pnthwppny5h33pt5ztrvksmy2u