Genome sequencing reveals a common ancestor for about 600 seemingly disparate fungi

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About 600 seemingly disparate fungi that never quite found a fit along the fungal family tree have been shown to have a common ancestor, according to a University of Alberta-led research team that used genome sequencing to give these peculiar creatures their own classification home.

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