Compositions of Magnaporthe oryzae formed from samples collected in Andranomanelatra, Madagascar, in February and April 2005 (Saleh et al., 2014).
A data frame with two rows, each row providing the pathogen composition (PC) at a given date (1st row: PC collected in February 2005; 2nd row: PC collected in April 2005).
Saleh D, Milazzo J, Adreit H, Fournier E, Tharreau D (2014). South-East Asia is the center of origin, diversity and dispersion of the rice blast fungus, Magnaporthe oryzae. New Phytologist 201: 1440-1456.
Soubeyrand S, Garreta V, Monteil C, Suffert F, Goyeau H, Berder J, Moinard J, Fournier E, Tharreau D, Morris C, Sache I (2017). Testing differences between pathogen compositions with small samples and sparse data. Phytopathology 107: 1199-1208. http://doi.org/10.1094/PHYTO-02-17-0070-FI
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## Load Pathogen Compositions of M. oryzae collected in Madagascar data(PathogenCompositionMoryzaeMadagascar) ## Size of the first sample sum(PathogenCompositionMoryzaeMadagascar[1,]) ## Size of the second sample sum(PathogenCompositionMoryzaeMadagascar[2,]) ## Total number of different variants ncol(PathogenCompositionMoryzaeMadagascar) ## Display pathogen compositions x=PathogenCompositionMoryzaeMadagascar barplot(t(x), col=rainbow(ncol(x)), main="M. oryzae - Madagascar")
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