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Table 2 Status of Phytophthora alticola isolates submitted to different culture collections.

From: Phytophthora boodjera sp. nov., a damping-off pathogen in production nurseries and from urban and natural landscapes, with an update on the status of P. alticola

Isolate Sequence 1 Notes on status of isolate
CMW 19416 PREM 59214-paratype no sequence (OD) Lost in CMW collection. Only papillate, caducous sporangia and chlamydospores observed from preserved slide associated with PREM 59214
CMW 19417
PREM 59215-holotype CBS 121937
no sequence (OD) ITS, CO, YPT1, TEF (q-bank) Lost in CMW collection. Supposed corresponding isolate in CBS is actually P. palmivora and all sequence data on q-bank associated with this isolate is P. palmivora. Only papillate, caducous sporangia and chlamydospores observed from preserved slide associated with PREM 59215
CMW 19419 PD 01642 ITS and BT (OD) Lost in CMW collection
CMW 19421 PD 01641 ITS and BT (OD) Lost in CMW collection
CMW 19422
PD 01640 CMW 19423
ITS and BT (OD) Lost in CMW collection
PD 01639 ITS and BT (OD) Lost in CMW collection
CMW 19424
PREM 59216-paratype
CBS 121938 PD 01638
ITS and BT (OD) Lost in CMW collection. Sequence on q-bank of ITS and BT is from the original description. The ITS of isolate re-sequenced in this study corresponds to P. frigida. Only aplerotic oospores and amphigynous antheridia observed from preserved slide associated with PREM59216
CMW 19425
PREM 59217-paratype
CBS 121939 PD 01637
ITS and BT (OD) ITS, CO, YPT1, TEF (q-bank) Living in CMW collection and renamed CMW 35429. ITS and BT of re-sequenced isolate differ from original description by 3 and 2 bp respectively. ITS and CO sequence on q-bank is identical to sequence of isolate CMW 35429 obtained in the current study. Only aplerotic oospores and amphigynous antheridia observed from preserved slide associated with PREM 59217
CMW 35429 P16948 ITS, cox1, ENO, HSP, BT ITS (GA) Was sent to WPC as CMW 35429 as a replacement for P. alticola and named WPC 16948. ITS sequence supplied by Gloria Abad is identical to that obtained in the current study for isolate CMW 35429
PD 01914 P16053 cox2 and cox1 (PD) Was sent to WPC as P. alticola isolate CMW 19424 but when sequenced it was identified as being an isolate of P. frigida
PD 02043 P16051 cox2 and cox1 (PD) Was sent to WPC as P. frigida isolate CMW 19433 and when sequenced it was identified as being an isolate of P. frigida
PD 02044 P16054 cox2 and cox1 (PD) Was sent to WPC as P. alticola isolate CMW 19425 but when sequenced it was identified as being an isolate of P. frigida
P16052 cox1 (PD) Was sent to WPC as P. frigida isolate CMW 20311 but when sequenced it was identified as being an isolate of P. alticola and thus cannot be linked to any isolate from CMW collection
VHS 26631 P19861 ITS, cox1, ENO, HSP, BT List in WPC as a neotype for P. alticola, but this is not recommended as the isolate is from a different host and a different country from the original description. In current study this is considered an isolate of P. boodjera.
  1. 1OD = original description (Maseko et al. 2007), WPC = World Phytophthora Collection (https://doi.org/phytophthora.ucr.edu/), GA = supplied by Gloria Abad, PD = Phytophthora database https://doi.org/www.phytophthoradb.org/, q-bank = https://doi.org/www.q-bank.eu/.