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From: Deciphering the genome of Simplicillium aogashimaense to understand its mechanisms against the wheat powdery mildew fungus Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici

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Morphological characteristics and phylogenetical analysis of Simplicillium aogashimaense. a, b S. aogashimaense colonies on potato dextrose agar (PDA) at 9 dpi. c Mycelia and conidia of S. aogashimaense. df The interaction between S. aogashimaense and Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici (Bgt) on wheat leaves. White and black arrows indicate mycelia and conidia (in globose head) of S. aogashimaense, respectively. White asterisks indicate conidia of Bgt. Scale bars = 20 (c, e, f) and 200 μm (d). g The phylogeny tree of the identified S. aogashimaense (MT936440) in this study and related Simplicillium species. The tree was constructed using the maximum likelihood method with MEGA software, with the options of 1000 bootstrap replicates, Tamura-Nei model and 50% site coverage cut-off. The S. aogashimaense (MT936440 and AB604002) strains are highlighted in bold. The bar indicates a distance of 0.050

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