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Figure 1: Comparative alignment of rbc L consensus DNA barcodes of Andrographis paniculata, Acanthus ebracteatus and Rhinacanthus nasutus and phylogenetic tree using MEGA5. (a) Common DNA barcodes in three Acanthaceae were generated based on DNA sequences obtained from available DNA database sequences information from NCBI for rbc L region. The boxes denote the region were the primer pair was designed. (b) Phylogenetic NJ tree based on DNA barcodes derived from DNA database sequences information from NCBI for rbc L region (Accession numbersof each sample, Andrographis paniculata; JF949965.2, JQ922118.1 and JQ230990.1, Acanthus ebracteatus; AY289682.1, Rhinacanthus nasutus; GQ436493.1)

Figure 1: Comparative alignment of <i>rbc</i> L consensus DNA barcodes of <i>Andrographis paniculata</i>, <i>Acanthus ebracteatus</i> and <i>Rhinacanthus nasutus</i> and phylogenetic tree using MEGA5. (a) Common DNA barcodes in three Acanthaceae were generated based on DNA sequences obtained from available DNA database sequences information from NCBI for <i>rbc</i> L region. The boxes denote the region were the primer pair was designed. (b) Phylogenetic NJ tree based on DNA barcodes derived from DNA database sequences information from NCBI for <i>rbc</i> L region (Accession numbersof each sample, <i>Andrographis paniculata</i>; JF949965.2, JQ922118.1 and JQ230990.1, <i>Acanthus ebracteatus</i>; AY289682.1, <i>Rhinacanthus nasutus</i>; GQ436493.1)