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Origin of strains within the LPP clade used in this study.

By Masanori Hiraoka (352128), Kensuke Ichihara (352129), Wenrong Zhu (352130), Jiahai Ma (352131) and Satoshi Shimada (352132)


<p>*Determined by culture morphology of branch absence (<i>U. linza</i>) or presence (<i>U. prolifera</i>).</p><p>**Originally collected thallus type. In sporophytes, male and female gametophytes were cultured for hybridization.</p><p>***Accession numbers are recorded in the GenBank sequence database.</p><p>****This ITS ribotype is completely identical to ones from the other Qingdao strains previously reported <a href="" target="_blank">[4]</a>, <a href="" target="_blank">[19]</a>, <a href="" target="_blank">[21]</a>.</p

Topics: Genetics, Evolutionary Biology, Inorganic Chemistry, Plant Biology, strains, lpp, clade
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0019371.t001
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