Evolutionary tools for phytosanitary risk analysis: phylogenetic signal as a predictor of host range of plant pests and pathogens
Article first published online: 3 MAY 2012
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Volume 5, Issue 8, pages 869–878, December 2012
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Gilbert, G. S., Magarey, R., Suiter, K. and Webb, C. O. (2012), Evolutionary tools for phytosanitary risk analysis: phylogenetic signal as a predictor of host range of plant pests and pathogens. Evolutionary Applications, 5: 869–878. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-4571.2012.00265.x
- Issue published online: 24 DEC 2012
- Article first published online: 3 MAY 2012
- Manuscript Accepted: 28 MAR 2012
- Manuscript Received: 23 MAR 2012
- Cooperative Agreement between G. Gilbert and USDA APHIS-PPQ-CPHST PERAL
- NSF grants. Grant Numbers: DEB-0515520, DEB-0842059
|eva265-sup-0001-DataS1.csv||Word document||740K||Data S1. Comma-delimited matrix of data from Global Pest and Disease Database used in this study.|
|eva265-sup-00015-fig1-6-Table1-6.pdf||application/PDF||4818K||Figure S1. Number of pest species with number of known hosts, separately for each major group of pests. Figure S2. Cumulative proportion of all 210 host genera with increasing numbers of pest species reported from a given host genus. Figure S3. Comparison of slopes of phylogenetic signal of host sharing from the logistic regressions. Figure S4. Predicted sharing of hosts from logistic regressions of phylogenetic signal of host sharing, extended to 0-My phylogenetic distance. Figure S5. Logistic regressions for phylogenetic signal of host sharing for each major group of pathogen or pest. Figure S6. Logistic regressions of host sharing with phylogenetic distance and number of known hosts as the independent variables. Table S1. Genera of angiosperm plant hosts selected from the APHIS-PPQ Global Pest and Disease Database for this study. Table S2. Genera of known pests of the 210 genera of Angiosperms selected from the APHIS-PPQ Global Pest and Disease Database. Table S3. Kolmogorov–Smirnov tests to compare empirical cumulative distribution functions for number of known hosts for each major group of pests. Table S4. Descriptive moments of the number of known hosts for each major group of pests. Table S5. Descriptive moments of the number of known pests from each major group on the 210 host genera. Table S6. Coefficients of logistic regressions of phylogenetic distance, number of known hosts, and the interaction, on host sharing.|
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