Table 3

Overview of the treatments in the experiment
Treatment Type of infection Infection dose Abbreviations of combinations used
PX-10 Single 10,000 spores of PX P1-10, P2-10, P4-10, C1-10, C14-10
PX-50 Single 50,000 spores of PX P1-50, P2-50, P4-50, C1-50, C14-50
PX-90 Single 90,000 spores of PX P1-90, P2-90, P4-90, C1-90, C14-90
PX-100 Single 100,000 spores of PX P1-100, P2-100, P4-100, C1-100, C14-100
PX-10 + PY-90 Mixed 10,000 spores of PX and 90,000 spores of PY P1-10 + P4-90, P1-10 + C1-90,
P1-10 + C14-90, P2-10 + P4-90,
P2-10 + C1-90, P2-10 + C14-90
PX-50 + PY-50 Mixed 50,000 spores of PX and 50,000 spores of PY P1-50 + P4-50, P1-50 + C1-50,
P1-50 + C14-50, P2-50 + P4-50,
P2-50 + C1-50, P2-50 + C14-50
PX-90 + PY-10 Mixed 90,000 spores of PX and 10,000 spores of PY P1-90 + P4-10, P1-90 + C1-10,
P1-90 + C14-10, P2-90 + P4-10,
P2-90 + C1-10, P2-90 + C14-10
Control None None Control

In single infections, PX stands for either one of the three P. ramosa isolates P1, P2 and P4, or one of the two P. ramosa clones C1 and C14. In mixed infections, PX stands for either P1 or P2, and PY stands for one of P4, C1 and C14.

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