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Phylogenomic Analysis of a 55.1-kb 19-Gene Dataset Resolves a Monophyletic Fusarium that Includes the Fusarium solani Species Complex
Year:
2021
Source of publication :
Phytopathology
Authors :
Freeman, Stanley
;
.
Frenkel, Omer
;
.
Volume :
Co-Authors:

David M Geiser
Abdullah M S Al-Hatmi
Takayuki Aoki
Tsutomu Arie 
Virgilio Balmas 
Irene Barnes
Gary C Bergstrom
Madan K Bhattacharyya
Cheryl L Blomquist
Robert L Bowden
Balázs Brankovics 
Daren W Brown 
Lester W Burgess 
Kathryn Bushley
Mark Busman
José F Cano-Lira
Joseph D Carrillo
Hao-Xun Chang
Chi-Yu Chen
Wanquan Chen
Martin Chilvers
Sofia Chulze
Jeffrey J Coleman
Christina A Cuomo
Z Wilhelm de Beer
G Sybren de Hoog
Johanna Del Castillo-Múnera
Emerson M Del Ponte
Javier Diéguez-Uribeondo
Antonio Di Pietro
Véronique Edel-Hermann
Wade H Elmer
Lynn Epstein
Akif Eskalen
Maria Carmela Esposto
Kathryne L Everts 
Sylvia P Fernández-Pavía
Gilvan Ferreira da Silva
Nora A Foroud
Gerda Fourie 
Rasmus J N Frandsen 
Stanley Freeman
Michael Freitag 
Omer Frenkel
Kevin K Fuller
Tatiana Gagkaeva
Donald M Gardiner
Anthony E Glenn
Scott E Gold
Thomas R Gordon
Nancy F Gregory
Marieka Gryzenhout
Josep Guarro
Beth K Gugino
Santiago Gutierrez
Kim E Hammond-Kosack 
Linda J Harris
Mónika Homa 
Cheng-Fang Hong 
László Hornok
Jenn-Wen Huang
Macit Ilkit
Adriaana Jacobs
Karin Jacobs
Cong Jiang
María Del Mar Jiménez-Gasco
Seogchan Kang
Matthew T Kasson
Kemal Kazan
John C Kennell
Hye-Seon Kim
H Corby Kistler
Gretchen A Kuldau
Tomasz Kulik
Oliver Kurzai
Imane Laraba
Matthew H Laurence
Theresa Lee
Yin-Won Lee
Yong-Hwan Lee
John F Leslie
Edward C Y Liew
Lily W Lofton
Antonio F Logrieco
Manuel S López-Berges
Alicia G Luque
Erik Lysøe
Li-Jun Ma
Robert E Marra
Frank N Martin
Sara R May
Susan P McCormick
Chyanna McGee
Jacques F Meis
Quirico Migheli 
N M I Mohamed Nor
Michel Monod
Antonio Moretti
Diane Mostert
Giuseppina Mulè
Françoise Munaut
Gary P Munkvold
Paul Nicholson
Marcio Nucci 
Kerry O'Donnell
Matias Pasquali
Ludwig H Pfenning
Anna Prigitano
Robert H Proctor
Stéphane Ranque
Stephen A Rehner
Martijn Rep
Gerardo Rodríguez-Alvarado
Lindy Joy Rose
Mitchell G Roth
Carmen Ruiz-Roldán
Amgad A Saleh
Baharuddin Salleh
Hyunkyu Sang
María Mercedes Scandiani
Jonathan Scauflaire
David G Schmale 3rd
Dylan P G Short
Adnan Šišić
Jason A Smith
Christopher W Smyth
Hokyoung Son
Ellie Spahr
Jason E Stajich
Emma Steenkamp
Christian Steinberg
Rajagopal Subramaniam
Haruhisa Suga
Brett A Summerell 
Antonella Susca
Cassandra L Swett
Christopher Toomajian
Terry J Torres-Cruz
Anna M Tortorano
Martin Urban
Lisa J Vaillancourt 
Gary E Vallad 
Theo A J van der Lee
Dan Vanderpool
Anne D van Diepeningen
Martha M Vaughan
Eduard Venter
Marcele Vermeulen
Paul E Verweij 
Altus Viljoen 
Cees Waalwijk
Emma C Wallace
Grit Walther
Jie Wang
Todd J Ward
Brian L Wickes
Nathan P Wiederhold
Michael J Wingfield
Ana K M Wood 
Jin-Rong Xu 
Xiao-Bing Yang
Tapani Yli-Mattila
Sung-Hwan Yun 
Latiffah Zakaria 
Hao Zhang 
Ning Zhang
Sean X Zhang 
Xue Zhang         

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Scientific communication is facilitated by a data-driven, scientifically sound taxonomy that considers the end-user's needs and established successful practice. In 2013, the Fusarium community voiced near unanimous support for a concept of Fusarium that represented a clade comprising all agriculturally and clinically important Fusarium species, including the F. solani species complex (FSSC). Subsequently, this concept was challenged in 2015 by one research group who proposed dividing the genus Fusarium into seven genera, including the FSSC described as members of the genus Neocosmospora, with subsequent justification in 2018 based on claims that the 2013 concept of Fusarium is polyphyletic. Here, we test this claim and provide a phylogeny based on exonic nucleotide sequences of 19 orthologous protein-coding genes that strongly support the monophyly of Fusarium including the FSSC. We reassert the practical and scientific argument in support of a genus Fusarium that includes the FSSC and several other basal lineages, consistent with the longstanding use of this name among plant pathologists, medical mycologists, quarantine officials, regulatory agencies, students, and researchers with a stake in its taxonomy. In recognition of this monophyly, 40 species described as genus Neocosmospora were recombined in genus Fusarium, and nine others were renamed Fusarium. Here the global Fusarium community voices strong support for the inclusion of the FSSC in Fusarium, as it remains the best scientific, nomenclatural, and practical taxonomic option available.

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Eduard Venter
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Jin-Rong Xu 
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Phylogenomic Analysis of a 55.1-kb 19-Gene Dataset Resolves a Monophyletic Fusarium that Includes the Fusarium solani Species Complex .

Scientific communication is facilitated by a data-driven, scientifically sound taxonomy that considers the end-user's needs and established successful practice. In 2013, the Fusarium community voiced near unanimous support for a concept of Fusarium that represented a clade comprising all agriculturally and clinically important Fusarium species, including the F. solani species complex (FSSC). Subsequently, this concept was challenged in 2015 by one research group who proposed dividing the genus Fusarium into seven genera, including the FSSC described as members of the genus Neocosmospora, with subsequent justification in 2018 based on claims that the 2013 concept of Fusarium is polyphyletic. Here, we test this claim and provide a phylogeny based on exonic nucleotide sequences of 19 orthologous protein-coding genes that strongly support the monophyly of Fusarium including the FSSC. We reassert the practical and scientific argument in support of a genus Fusarium that includes the FSSC and several other basal lineages, consistent with the longstanding use of this name among plant pathologists, medical mycologists, quarantine officials, regulatory agencies, students, and researchers with a stake in its taxonomy. In recognition of this monophyly, 40 species described as genus Neocosmospora were recombined in genus Fusarium, and nine others were renamed Fusarium. Here the global Fusarium community voices strong support for the inclusion of the FSSC in Fusarium, as it remains the best scientific, nomenclatural, and practical taxonomic option available.

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