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Table 3 Postulated gene-for-gene model to explain the relationship between Xcc strains and the plants used*

From: Comparative and functional genomics reveals genetic diversity and determinants of host specificity among reference strains and a large collection of Chinese isolates of the phytopathogen Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris

  Resistant genes Postulated avirulence genes in Xcc strains tested
Plants Rc1 Rc2 Rc3 Rp1 avrRc1 avrRc2 avrRc3 avrRp1
TP1 Rc1 ... ... ... - + + ...
TP2 ... ... ... ... + + + ...
TP3 ... Rc2 ... ... + - + ...
TP4 ... ... ... ... + + + ...
TP5 ... ... ... ... + + + ...
TP6 ... ... ... ... + + + ...
TP7 ... ... ... ... + + + ...
TP8 ... ... Rc3 ... + + - ...
TP9 ... Rc2 ... ... + - + ...
TP10 ... ... ... ... + + + ...
TP11 ... ... ... ... + + + ...
TP12 ... ... ... Rp1 ... ...   HR
  1. *+, compatible interaction (susceptibility); -, incompatible interaction (resistance); ..., data unavailable. The plants used for pathogenicity test. TP1, mustard (B. juncea var. megarrhiza Tsen et Lee) cv. Guangtou; TP2, Chinese kale (B. oleracea var. alboglabra) cv. Xianggangbaihua; TP3, cabbage (B. oleracea var. capitata) cultivar (cv.) Jingfeng-1; TP4, kohlrabi (B. oleracea var. gongylodes) cv. Chunqiu; TP5, pakchoi cabbage (B. rapa subsp. chinensis) cv. Jinchengteai; TP6, pakchoi cabbage (B. rapa subsp. chinensis) cv. Naibaicai; TP7, Chinese cabbage (B. rapa subsp. pekinensis) cv. Zhongbai-4; TP8, Chinese cabbage (B. rapa subsp. pekinensis) cv. Zhongbai-83; TP9, radish (R. sativus var. longipinnatus) cv. Huaye; TP10, radish (R. sativus var. radicula) cv. Manshenghong; TP11, radish (R. sativus var. sativus) cv. Cherry Belle; TP12, non-host plant pepper (Capsicum annuum v. latum) ECW10R.