The Closely Related Species of Subgenus Penicillium — A Phylogenic Exploration
In this paper we are attempting to describe the interrelatedness of the terverticillate species of subgenus Penicillium. A model which describes the observable species interfaces is presented and it is postulated that intermediate species may be common ancestors of two or more modern species.
KeywordsSpore Production Advanced Species Modern Species Bright Yellow Green Production Metabolic Energy
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