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From: Does the essential oil of Lippia sidoidesCham. (pepper-rosmarin) affect its endophytic microbial community?

Figure 4

Phylogenetic tree based on the 16S rRNA gene sequences (~800 pb) showing the relationship between the representative strains belonging to different BOX or ERIC groups with sequences of related species found by Blast searches. The tree was constructed based on the neighbor-joining method. Bootstrap analyses were performed with 1000 repetitions and only values higher than 50 % are shown. The GenBank accession number of each bacterial species is enclosed in parentheses. The name of the isolated strains is formed by the different Lippia sidoides genotypes (LSID - 003, 006, 104 and 105), followed by a number. The number preceded by a black triangle and followed by the letter F corresponds to a strain isolated from the leaf samples, while without the triangle and the letter F from stem samples. The symbols (■) and () in the tree branches represent the isolates 003.1; 003.4; 003.5; 003.32; 003.34; 006.1; 006.2; 006.4; 006.7; 006.8; 006.10; 104.24; 105.1; 105.28 and 003.10; 003.12; 003.23; 003.24; 006.13; 006.16; 006.17; 006.18; 006.51; 104.10; 105.6; 105.12, respectively.

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