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From: Fungal root symbionts of high-altitude vascular plants in the Himalayas

Figure 2
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Two cladograms of Bayesian majority-rule consensus tree showing the position and relationship between recorded AMF (cladogram on left site, based on partial sequence of SSU r RNA) and host plants (cladogram on right site, based on ITS, trnT-trnL, matK + trnK, and rbcL). Connections between them are colored by fungal family: Claroideoglomeraceae (yellow), Paraglomeraceae (white), Pacisporaceae (red), Gigasporaceae (blue), Diversisporaceae (green), Acaulosporaceae (violet) and Glomeraceae (gray with black lines). Interrupted lines indicate connection between fungi and putative non-mycorrhizal plants. The AMF tree includes the detected OTUs together with the most closely related virtual taxa (VTX) from MaarjAM database. The full version of the AMF cladogram with Bayesian posterior probabilities is in Fig. S1. Potentilla pamirica (associated with 6 OTUs) and Tanacetum stolickae (associated with 2 OTUs) is omitted in the plant cladogram due to the lack of their sequences in GenBank.