42 operational taxonomic units (OTU) representing three genera and 36 species, including seven subspecies of M. acuminata and one variety of Musa beccarii. Five sections of genus
Musa were sampled for the first time.
In this study, Authors obtained nuclear ribosomal ITS and chloroplast (atpB-rbcL, rps16, and trnL-F) DNA sequences. Sequences were aligned using the software Clustal X 1.81and adjusted by visual inspection. All data matrices were analysed with Bayesian inference. Bayesian analyses implementing Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) were conducted using MrBayes version 3.1.
The congruence of the phylogenetic signal and combinability of ITS and cpDNA datasets were assessed by visually comparing topologies of the strict consensus trees. Here we decided to provide the combined tree with the bayesian approach as selected for figure 2 of the publication.
See all accessions used in this study
|Accession Name||Pictures||Accession number||Species / Group||SubSpecies / SubGroup||Origin||Collection||Available for distribution|
|Calcutta 4||ITC0249||acuminata||subsp. burmannicoides||Unknown||ITC|
|Khae (Phrae)||ITC0660||acuminata||subsp. siamea||Thailand||ITC|
|Banksii||ITC0623||acuminata||subsp. banksii||Papua New Guinea||ITC|
|Musa peekelii ssp. angustigemma||ITC0618||peekelii||subsp. angustigemma||Papua New Guinea||ITC|
|Long Tavoy||ITC0283||acuminata||subsp. burmannica||Unknown||ITC|
|Musa maclayi ssp. maclayi var. maclayi||ITC0864||maclayi||subsp. maclayi||Papua New Guinea||ITC|
|Schizocarpa||ITC0846||schizocarpa||Unknown||Papua New Guinea||ITC|