Relative Virulence of <i>Botrytis cinerea</i> and <i>B. mali</i> in Apple Lesions

Fig. 1. PCR amplification of single or mixed populations of B. cinerea and B. mali isolates from DNA extracted from ‘Gala’ apple fruit tissue using species-specific primers.

Top row of lanes shows B. cinerea specific amplification. Lanes from left to right. 1 = 100-bp DNA ladder. 2 = negative control, 3 = Bc116 + Bm26, 4 = Bc27 + Bm26, 5 = Bc116 + Bm153, 6 = Bc27 + Bm127, 7 = Bc27 + Bm153, 8 = Bc1710 + Bm153, 9 = Bc1710 + Bm127, 10 = Bc116 + Bm127, 11 = Bm26 + Bc1710, 12 = B. cinerea isolate Bc27, 13 = B. cinerea isolate Bc116, 14 = B. cinerea isolate Bc1710.

Bottom row of lanes shows B. mali specific amplification. Lanes from left to right. 1 to 11 samples are the same as for top row; 12 = B. mali isolate, 13 = B. mali isolate Bm127, 14 = B. mali isolate Bm153.



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Relative Virulence of Botrytis cinerea and B. mali in Apple Lesions