2018
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0202761
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Abstract: Lepista nuda is a popular wild edible mushroom that grows in China. In this study, we used ISSR and SRAP molecular markers to analyze the genetic diversity of 72 samples of L. nuda from eight populations in Northeast China. In total, six ISSR primers and five pairs of SRAP primers that produced clear and polymorphic banding profiles were selected for assessing L. nuda genetic diversity. The results revealed a high level of genetic variation among the 72 samples (94.4% polymorphism) but a low degree of gene flo… Show more

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“…Ganoderma tsugae Polysaccharides [256,257] Gomphus clavatus Ergosterol, phenolic compounds [258,259] Grifola frondosa Phenolic compounds, β-1,6 and β-1,3-glucan [260] Helvella crispa Phenolic compounds [261] Hericium erinaceus Phenolic compounds [262] Hydnum repandum Tocopherols, phenolic compounds [263,264] I. obliquus p-Hydroxybenzoic acid, quercetin, kaempferol [265,266] Laccaria laccata Tocopherols, phenolic compounds [267] Lactarius citriolens Free sugars, fatty acids, tocopherols, and phenolic acids [268] Lactarius deliciosus Phenolic compounds, flavonoids [269][270][271] Lactarius piperatus Phenolic compounds, flavonoids [236,272] Lactarius salmonicolor Phenolic compounds [273,274] Lentinula edodes Gallic acid, protocatechuic acid, catechin, tocopherols [275][276][277] Lepista nuda β-Carotene, α-tocopherol [278][279][280][281] Leucopaxillus giganteus β-carotene, ascorbic acid, lycopene, phenolic compounds [282] Macrolepiota procera Phenolic compounds [283] Marasmius oreades Flavonoids, ascorbic acid [284,285] Meripilus giganteus Gallic, p-coumaric, protocatechin, caffeic, and vanillc acids [286][287][288] Phellinus igniarius Hispidin [289,290] Phellinus linteus β-Tocopherol, protocatechuic acid, gallic acid; pyrogallol; homogentisic acid, αand β-glucans [291] Pleurotus ostreatus β-Glucans galli...…”
Section: The Scientific Name Of the Mushroom Antioxidant Compounds Referencesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Ganoderma tsugae Polysaccharides [256,257] Gomphus clavatus Ergosterol, phenolic compounds [258,259] Grifola frondosa Phenolic compounds, β-1,6 and β-1,3-glucan [260] Helvella crispa Phenolic compounds [261] Hericium erinaceus Phenolic compounds [262] Hydnum repandum Tocopherols, phenolic compounds [263,264] I. obliquus p-Hydroxybenzoic acid, quercetin, kaempferol [265,266] Laccaria laccata Tocopherols, phenolic compounds [267] Lactarius citriolens Free sugars, fatty acids, tocopherols, and phenolic acids [268] Lactarius deliciosus Phenolic compounds, flavonoids [269][270][271] Lactarius piperatus Phenolic compounds, flavonoids [236,272] Lactarius salmonicolor Phenolic compounds [273,274] Lentinula edodes Gallic acid, protocatechuic acid, catechin, tocopherols [275][276][277] Lepista nuda β-Carotene, α-tocopherol [278][279][280][281] Leucopaxillus giganteus β-carotene, ascorbic acid, lycopene, phenolic compounds [282] Macrolepiota procera Phenolic compounds [283] Marasmius oreades Flavonoids, ascorbic acid [284,285] Meripilus giganteus Gallic, p-coumaric, protocatechin, caffeic, and vanillc acids [286][287][288] Phellinus igniarius Hispidin [289,290] Phellinus linteus β-Tocopherol, protocatechuic acid, gallic acid; pyrogallol; homogentisic acid, αand β-glucans [291] Pleurotus ostreatus β-Glucans galli...…”
Section: The Scientific Name Of the Mushroom Antioxidant Compounds Referencesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…ISSR markers have been successfully used to study genetic composition of different fungus species (Jing et al 2017;Du et al 2018;Patel et al 2018) except Ganoderma. In this study, the potential ability of ISSR markers was used to examine the genetic diversity of nine popular Ganoderma genotypes collected from different provinces in southern Vietnam.…”
Section: Issr Analysismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Among them, ISSR markers are highly preferred because they are based on Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) markers and possess common advantages, such as they are simple, rapid and low cost, require minimum laboratory skill, require small DNA quantity, accommodate high number of fragments in each reaction, and do not require prior knowledge of genetic genome of targeted plants. Furthermore, ISSR is a preferred method as a highly variable, reproducible marker (Wolfe and Liston 1998) leading to expanded use in genetic diversity research, population genetic studies, genetic markers, crop identification, source analysis, identification, genetic change identification, and crossbreeding in different fungus species, such as Piptoporus betulinus (Jing et al 2017), Lepista nuda (Du et al 2018), and Colletotrichum falcatum Went (Patel et al 2018) . Nevertheless, ISSR markers have not been commonly used for genetic characterization of Ganoderma.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…SRAP uses two sets of positive and negative primers to amplify the Open Reading Frame (ORF), including the intron and promoter region ( Li & Quiros, 2001 ). These two markers have previously been utilized for the genetic diversity analysis of many mushrooms species such as Auricularia auricula-judae ( Yao et al, 2018 ), Auricularia polytricha ( Yu et al, 2008 ), Lentinula edodes ( Liu et al, 2015 ), Lepista nuda ( Du et al, 2018 ), Pleurotus citrinopileatus ( Zhang et al, 2012 ), Pleurotus eryngii ( Aref et al, 2018 ) and Pleurotus pulmonarius ( Yin et al, 2014 ). Genetic diversity analysis using combined ISSR and SRAP markers has been proven to be reliable and effective ( Tang et al, 2010 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%