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Fig. 1 | BMC Genomics

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From: Comparative genome analyses reveal sequence features reflecting distinct modes of host-adaptation between dicot and monocot powdery mildew

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An ITS sequence-based phylogenetic tree of 13 powdery mildew pathogens including the four biotypes (indicated by *) used in this study was constructed using Mega 7.0 based on the Neighbor-Joining method. Percent bootstrap support values on the basis of 1000 replicates are shown next to the branches. The scale bar indicates average number of nucleotide substitutions per site. The estimated genome size known from literature or this study is indicated for nine PM biotypes. The ITS sequences were obtained in this study or retrieved from Genbank with the following Accession numbers matching the sequences from top to bottom of the phylogenetic tree: AF011306, FJ378879, AF031283, KX776199, KJ539202, HM449077, AF009176, AF031282, KR611314, KJ184337, HM484333, AF011321, AF011322, EF634440

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