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Fig. 8 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 8

From: Historical genomics reveals the evolutionary mechanisms behind multiple outbreaks of the host-specific coffee wilt pathogen Fusarium xylarioides

Fig. 8

Four putative effector genes on the robusta254 scaffold and their phylogenetic trees. a Phylogenetic tree for og14741, b Phylogenetic tree for og9441, c Phylogenetic tree for og14743, d Phylogenetic tree for og13478. For each gene, the FFC is absent, F. xylarioides is nested within F. oxysporum and F. oxysporum f. sp. raphani is the closest match (also shown in Figure S7). All branch support values = 100%, all trees drawn in Geneious 9.1. e The four effector genes are surrounded by mimps and DNA transposons on a robusta254 scaffold which shares a high (>96%) nucleotide sequence identity with the mobile and pathogenic Fol chromosome 14. Similar scaffolds with the same four putative effector genes are present in robusta277, Coffea659 and Coffea674. Alignments were made with nucmer (MUMmer3). The blue annotations indicate the effector genes, the yellow annotations indicate mimps and the purple annotations indicate DNA transposons

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