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Table 1 Characteristics of the Sarocladium isolates used in this study

From: Auxin, Abscisic Acid and Jasmonate Are the Central Players in Rice Sheath Rot Caused by Sarocladium oryzae and Pseudomonas fuscovaginae

  Phylogenic group/species
S. oryzae isolate Origin Peeters et al. 2020a Ou et al. 2020b
IBNG 0008 Rice sheaths, Nigeria Group 3 S. sparsum
IBNG 0009 Rice sheaths, Nigeria Group 3 S. sparsum
BDNG 0025 Rice sheaths, Nigeria Group 3 S. sparsum
RFRG 2 Rice sheaths,  Rwanda Group 1 S. oryzae
CBS 180.74 Rice, India Group 1 S. oryzae
RFNG 30 Rice sheaths, Rwanda Group 2 S. attenuatum
RFNG 122 Rice sheaths, Rwanda Group 2 S. attenuatum
RFBG 3 Rice sheaths, Rwanda Group 2 S. attenuatum
RFNG 41 Rice sheaths, Rwanda Group 2 S. attenuatum
BDNG 0005 Rice sheaths,  Nigeria Group 2 S. attenuatum
  1. aMaximum-likelihood analysis based on ACT and ITS, b Based on Maximum-likelihood analysis with on ACT, ITS, LSU and TUB2 Ou et al. (2020) have proposed to reclassify S. oryzae in three species, which correspond with the 3 groups that were described by Peeters et al. (2020)
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