Data from: Multiple infections, relatedness and virulence in the anther-smut fungus castrating Saponaria plants

Taiadjana M. Fortuna, Alice Namias, Alodie Snirc, Antoine Branca, Michael E. Hood, Christian Raquin, Jacqui A. Shykoff & Tatiana Giraud
Multiple infections (co-occurrence of multiple pathogen genotypes within an individual host) can have important impacts on diseases. Relatedness among pathogens can affect the likelihood of multiple infections and their consequences through kin selection. Previous studies on the castrating anther-smut fungus Microbotryum lychnidis-dioicae have shown that multiple infections occur in its host plant Silene latifolia. Relatedness was high among fungal genotypes within plants, which could result from competitive exclusion between unrelated fungal genotypes, from population structure...
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