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aab12073-sup-0001-FigureS1.docxWord 2007 document595KFig. S1. Alignment of 28 BcMV1 fragments of 376 nt obtained from 27 Spanish Botrytis cinerea isolates (EMBL HG326502 to HG326528) and a Chinese isolate (Wu et al., 2010, GenBank accession no. EF580100.3).
aab12073-sup-0002-FigureS2.tifTIFF image15695KFig. S2. Alignment of the first 83 amino acid of BcMV1 RdRp obtained from 27 Spanish Botrytis cinerea isolates (EMBL HG326502 to HG326528) and a Chinese isolate (Wu et al., 2010, GenBank accession no. EF580100.3).
aab12073-sup-0003-FigureS3.tifTIFF image16890KFig. S3. Ultra-thin sections of Botrytis cinerea mycelia. (A) Pi258.9 isolate (non-infected). (B and C) Pi258.8 isolate (infected), apparent hypertrophied mitochondria (*). (D and E) V446 isolate (infected), detail of cytoplasm vesiculation. F and G. JV223.3 isolate. (H and I) JV225.3 isolate. Arrow in (G) shows fibril structure in a cytoplasm area with vesicles (m: mitochondria, L: lipids, N: nucleus, VLPs: virus like particles; bars: A, B, F, G = 1 µm; C, G, H, I = 500 nm, H = 100 nm).
aab12073-sup-0004-FigureS4.tifTIFF image10960KFig. S4. Ultra-thin sections of Botrytis cinerea infected isolates mycelia. Black and white arrows indicate hypertrophied and less electron-dense and normal mitochondria, respectively (bars: A = 0.18 µm; B (detail of A), C, D = 0.08 µm).

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