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Fig. 2 | AMB Express

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From: Characterization of FsXEG12A from the cellulose-degrading ectosymbiotic fungus Fusarium spp. strain EI cultured by the ambrosia beetle

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Phylogenetic tree analysis of DGGE profiles of Fusarium isolated from Ficus tree tunnel. a Phylogenetic tree of 16S rRNA and 18S rRNA gene sequences obtained from DGGE analysis. The 16S rRNA gene sequences of the bacteria and the 18S rRNA gene sequence of the fungus in the excavated tunnel by E. interjectus were registered in the GenBank database under Accession numbers LC537448 to LC537462, and LC534254, respectively. The microbial DNA sequences were identified using the NCBI database. b Phylogenetic tree of the partial EF- gene sequences of Fusarium spp. isolated from a tunnel in a Ficus tree excavated by E. interjectus, various Fusarium species registered in the JGI database (https://mycocosm.jgi.doe.gov/Fusarium/Fusarium.info.html), and Fusarium sp. AF-3 in the NCBI database. EF- genes of KC691533.1 from Fusarium sp. AF-3, KC691536.1 from Fusarium sp. AF-3, 599354 from F. commune MPI-SDFR-AT-0072, 8475 from F. fujikuroi IMI 58289, 9400 from F. graminearum FGSG_08811T0, 17733 from F. oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici 4287, 554906 from F. oxysporum MPI-SDFR-AT-0094, 4767 from F. pseudograminearum CS3096, 485664 from F. solani FSSC 5, 10379 from F. verticillioides 7600, and LC534255 from Fusarium spp. strain EI are shown. The phylogenetic tree was constructed using the neighbor-joining method with 1000 bootstrap replicates

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