This is microsatellite data for a population of the haploid plant pathogen *Monilinia fructicola* that causes disease within peach tree canopies (Everhart & Scherm, 2014). Entire populations within trees were sampled across 3 years (2009, 2010, and 2011) in a total of four trees, where one tree was sampled in all three years, for a total of 6 within-tree populations. Within each year, samples in the spring were taken from affected blossoms (termed "BB" for blossom blight) and in late summer from affected fruits (termed "FR" for fruit rot). There are a total of 694 isolates with 65 to 173 isolates within each canopy population that were characterized using a set of 13 microsatellite markers.
a [genclone-class] object with 3 hierarchical levels coded into one population factor. These are named "Tree", "Year", and "Symptom"
SE Everhart, H Scherm, (2015) Fine-scale genetic structure of *Monilinia fructicola* during brown rot epidemics within individual peach tree canopies. Phytopathology 105:542-549 doi: doi: 10.1094/PHYTO-03-14-0088-R
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