The Plant Pathology Journal

Fig. 4.

Download original image
Fig. 4. Effector repertoires of Venturia nashicola isolates in comparison to V. inaequalis and V. pyrina. (A) Effector families presence overlap between V. nashicola PRI2 and MAFF615029 isolates able to infect Asian pear cultivars. (B) Effector families presence overlap between V. nashicola PRI2, MAFF615029 isolates which are able to infect Asian pear cultivars and V. pyrina ICMP11032 able to infect European pear cultivars. (C) Effector families overlap between V. nashicola PRI2 and MAFF615029 isolates which are able to infect Asian pear cultivars and V. pyrina ICMP11032 and V. inaequalis ICMP13258, infecting European pear and apple respectively. (D) Table representing the presence and absence of putative effector families in Venturia nashicola, V. pyrina and V. inaequalis isolates. Green or red color indicates presence or absence of effector gene, respectively. Purple color indicates the presence of multiple orthologous effector genes. The putative effector families that are commonly present in all 4 isolates are not shown.
Plant Pathol. J. 2020;36:98-105 https://doi.org/10.5423/PPJ.NT.10.2019.0258
© 2020 Plant Pathol. J.