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Table 2 Damping-off incidence (%) of Pythium isolates on soybean variety Pioneer 22T61RR in pathogenicity tests conducted in greenhousex

From: Diversity of Pythium spp. associated with soybean damping-off, and management implications by using foliar fungicides as seed treatments

Cups labeled Isolate No. Identity with GenBank (%) GenBank Accession No. Pythium spp. Incidence (%)y
1 D1–2 100% (814/814 bases) AY598626 P. inflatum 2.4c
2 1–4 100% (870/870 bases) KU210728 P. ultimum var. ultimum 58.3b
3 C1–2 99% (855/864 bases) HQ643723 P. orthogonon 3.6c
4 -4 100% (826/826 bases) AY598624 P. torulosum 2.4c
5 D2–1 100% (822/822 bases) AY598626 P. inflatum 2.4c
6 A2–1 100% (823/823 bases) AY598626 P. inflatum 1.2c
7 2–3 100% (876/876 bases) KU210728 P. ultimum var. ultimum 79.8a
8 ? 100% (662/662 bases)
100% (659/659 bases)
KU211001
KT429653
P. ultimum var. ultimum
or P. ultimum var. sporangiferum
58.3b
9 ?? 100% (886/886 bases) KU211001 P. ultimum var. ultimum or P. ultimum var. sporangiferum 51.2b
10 IA-Gr-21z    P. irregulare 14.3c
  1. xResults are average of 12 replications with each replication planted with 7 seeds. yMeans within column followed by the same letter(s) are not significantly different from each other at 5% level of significance (P < 0.05). zIowa isolate from Dr. Alison Robertson, Iowa State University