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Phylogenetic reference data for systematics and phylotaxonomy of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from phylum to species-level. Krüger M, Krüger C, Walker C, Stockinger H, Schüßler A (2012) New Phytologist 193: 970-984 [free full text PDF (1.4 MB) with supplementary, the definitive version is available at http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/loi/nph]. Alignments in FASTA format, the first sequence is the mask used for the analyses (X = sites used):

SSU alignment used for Figure 2 phylogenetic tree (version 2, Apr 07, 2013 - error was corrected: the sequence of FR750224 (P. franciscana) mistakenly was a F. mosseae sequence (FR750227). This is now corrected. Data in the public databases and in our publication were correct, the mistake was only present in the file deposited here)

  1. SSU-ITSregion-LSU alignment used for Figure 1 & Figures 3-5 phylogenetic trees (version 1, Dec 18, 2011).
    Note that those consensus sequences shown in the annotations of Figs. 3-5 that were already used for the analysis in Fig.1, are not included (as they are identical and thus redundant). Masks are not given (differ slightly for each analysis) but can be easily constructed. The  gene regions are separated by spacers composed of ~~~~ characters (usually no problem, but if your program does not like this character, you maybe need to delete).
  2. Note that we will refine the alignment further, and update it. We had to change some taxonomic names and culture-annotations after the trees were computed, so in fact there might be some of the 'old' metadata present in the files (although it was checked). We will correct if things need to be updated - please also relate to the supplementary table in the publication, which is up to date. Here, we will note date and a "version number" when a new version is provided, so you can easily identify new or updated data.

'Glomus intraradices DAOM197198', a model fungus in arbuscular mycorrhiza research, is not Glomus intraradices. Stockinger H, Walker C, Schüßler A (2009) New Phytologist: Published Online: Jun 3 2009; DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2009.02874.x  [Full text PDF (1.7 MB), the definitive version is available at http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/loi/nph]Alignments in FASTA format, the first sequence is the mask used for the analyses (0 = not used, X = used sites):

  1. Alignment used for Figure 1 phylogenetic tree
  2. Alignment used for Figure 2 phylogenetic tree

Diversispora celata sp. nov: molecular ecology and phylotaxonomy of an inconspicuous arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus. Gamper HA, Walker C, Schüßler A (2009) New Phytologist 182: 495-506 [Full text PDF (3.4 MB), the definitive version is available at http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/loi/nph]Alignments in FASTA format, the first sequence is the mask used for the analyses (- = not used, * = used sites):


Glomeromycota rRNA genes - the diversity of myths? Schüßler A, Schwarzott D, Walker C (2003) Mycorrhiza 13: 233-236 AbstractSupplementary material and some information on contaminants & problematic AMF rDNA sequences were shown on the 'contaminant problems' pages, but we have inactivated those, as most of the problems are now widely known. The problems will all be solved by a curated database setup in 2011, in international collaboration, which will be open to the scientific community.


A new fungal phylum, the Glomeromycota : phylogeny and evolution. Schüßler A, Schwarzott D, Walker C (2001). Mycological Research 105: 1413-1421 AbstractAlignment of 56 AMF sequences, Mortierella and Endogone as outgroup, with longest mask for sites used in the analyses shown (first sequence: - = not used, T = used sites; shorter sets were also analysed):

  1. EMBL-(CLUSTAL W) format (FTP link): ALIGN_000208
  2. PHYLIP-format: PHYLIP_000208

Glomus, the largest genus of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Glomales), is non-monophyletic. Schwarzott D, Walker C, Schüßler A (2001). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 21: 190-197 AbstractAlignment of 56 AMF sequences, Mortierella and Endogone as outgroup, with longest mask for sites used in the analyses shown  (first sequence: - = not used, T = used sites; shorter sets were also analysed):

  1. EMBL-(CLUSTAL W) format (FTP link): ALIGN_000124
  2. PHYLIP-format: PHYLIP_000124
  3. PAUP-format: PAUP_000124
  4. Used sequences: Table 000124

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