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Table 1 Recombination sites and possible parent-like isolates

From: The genetic structure of Turnip mosaic virus population reveals the rapid expansion of a new emergent lineage in China

Isolate Major parent Minor parent B-E Software* P-value Z-value#
CHBJ1 WF1–04 WF7–06 15–1051 GBS3 2.07 × 10−18 9.7
CHBJ2 WF1–04 WF7–06 15–1051 GBS3 2.07 × 10−18 9.65
CHK16 WF-05 R4 17–387 BMCS3 1.028 × 10−14 9.43
CHK51 WF-05 R4 17–387 BMCS3 1.028 × 10−14 9.38
R WF-05 R4 17–697 MCS3 1.028 × 10−14 8.92
R5 WF-05 R4 17–451 MCS3 1.028 × 10−14 10.6
WF2–06 WF1–04 WF7–06 15–1051 GBS3 2.07 × 10−18 10.2
WF3–06 WF1–04 WF7–06 10–1051 GBS3 2.07 × 10−18 10.2
WF3–07 WF1–04 WF7–06 10–1047 GBS3 2.07 × 10−18 10.2
WF8–08 WF1–04 WF7–06 10–1051 GBS3 2.07 × 10−18 10.1
WF10–07 TA15–08 WF3–08 91–786 MCS3 1.18 × 10−8 7.1
WFLB3 WF7–06 WF1–04 377–657 GBS3 2.07 × 10−18 10.6
  1. The recombination crossover sites within CP-UTR of turnip mosaic virus were detected by the recombination detecting programs. The geographical origin of each isolate were showed in Fig. 2
  2. *The programs supporting recombination event. R(RDP), G (Geneconv), B (Bootscan), M (Maxchi), C (Chimaera), S (Siscan) and 3 (3seq). The analysis was carried out with default settings for the different detection methods and a Bonferroni-corrected cutoff of 0.05. The program that has the greatest P-value was marked in bold. B-E represents the beginning and ending point of recombination