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Analysis of the stability of tandem repeats through adult acquisition–adult transmission experiments.

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posted on 2015-09-24, 03:28 authored by Hiroshi Katoh, Hiromitsu Inoue, Toru Iwanami

aCa. L. asiaticus’-infected greenhouse grown rough lemon (Source-R1) used as an inoculum source for psyllid transmission of the pathogen.

bAnterior part (including head and prothorax) of each psyllid individual after acquisition feeding on source-R1 plant and inoculation feeding on recipient yuzu seedling.

cPosterior part (including mesothorax, metathorax, and abdomen) of each psyllid individual after acquisition feeding on source-R1 plant and inoculation feeding on recipient yuzu seedling.

dRecipient plants that became infected upon psyllid transmission of the bacterium from the source plant 'Source-R1'.

eLast number between the psyllid as vector and the recipient plant was one-to-one correspondence, respectively.

fUnderline shows varied number of VNTR compared with that from source plant ‘Source-R1’.

gPsyllid, Diaphorina citri; yuzu, Citrus junos.

Analysis of the stability of tandem repeats through adult acquisition–adult transmission experiments.

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