Appendix C Endophytic fungi from cabbage in New Zealand 2015

2019-08-21T03:25:56Z (GMT) by Michal Kuchar

Table of fungal isolates recovered from cabbage (Brassica oleracea var capitata) in Canterbury region, New Zealand on February 2015.

practice - agricultural practice in sampled fields - 1 organic , 2 conventional
place - arbitrary numbering of fields for given practice
plant - arbitrary numbering of plants in given practice
part - cabbage tissue R- root, S -stem, L - leaf
isolate - code for isolate
morfotype -
dish -
sequence - ITS sequence
MatchUNITE - match with UNITE database
identityUNITE - BLAST identity result for the best match with UNITE database
lengthUNITE - BLAST length result for the best match with UNITE database
lineageUNITE - taxonomy extracted from the best match with UNITE database
speciesUNITE - species extracted from the best match with UNITE database
genusUNITE- genus extracted from the best match with UNITE database
identityNCBI - BLAST identity result for the best match with NCBI database
MatchNCBI - BLAST identity result for the best match with NCBI database
speciesNCBI - species extracted from the best match with NCBI database
genusNCBI - genus extracted from the best match with NCBI database
lengthNCBI - BLAST length result for the best match with NCBI database
species - species name
genus - genus name
identity - BLAST identity result for the best match
blastlength - BLAST length result for the best match
seqlength - length of sequence
family - family name
order - order name
class - class name
phylum - phylum name
fragment - code for tissue fragment from which given isolate originated
part2 - cabbage tissue R- root, S -stem, L - leaf
medium - cultivation medium - Potato dextrose agar (PDA), Sabouraud dextrose agar (SDA; Difco, BD, USA) and Aspergillus minimal medium
(AMM)
bengal - whether bengal rose was used for cultivation medium