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Population Genetic Analysis Infers Migration Pathways of Phytophthora ramorum in US Nurseries

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Minimum spanning networks for four 2004 NA1 populations.

A. Georgia, B. Virginia, C. Texas, and D. Connecticut. Multilocus genotypes were collapsed to multilocus haplotypes, which are represented by circles, squares, or diamonds containing the number of associated isolates and sized in proportion to haplotype frequency. Blue circles and red squares represent the two different groups identified by Structure. Purple diamonds are haplotypes that could not be assigned to one group or the other with high confidence (>75% probability). Bolded haplotypes are those that were found in only that state. Branches are proportional to Bruvo et al.'s [56] genetic distance and are labeled with distance if different than 0.10. Loops in the networks indicate multiple tied minimum spanning trees. For GA, TX, and VA the most common haplotype corresponds to MG 1 in Table S2. The most common haplotype for CT is MG 2.

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