Early branching or fast evolving eukaryotes?
An answer based on slowly evolving positions
PHILIPPE Hervé, LOPEZ Philippe, BRINKMANN Henner,
BUDIN Karine, GERMOT Agnès, LAURENT Jacqueline,
MOREIRA David, MÜLLER Miklos and LE GUYADER Hervé
Proc Biol Sci. 2000 Jun 22;267(1449):1213-21
page is intended to be an annex to the paper of Philippe et al. You will
find here additional information on the methods that were used, as well
as more detailed figures and tables.
1 extended: number of variable positions and alpha parameter for all
rRNA available sequences.
You may need additional
software to use the files provided here:
2: the whole set of indices for all the trees of the paper, and an
explanation of our symmetry index.
the data sets that were used are avalaible for download
in NEXUS format.
the consensus trees are available for download.
These include trees for EF-1alpha, alpha-tubulin, complete small subunit
RNA and tranversion-only small subunit RNA. For each marker, a consensus
is given for the complete data set and for thresholds from 0 to 7 of the
S-F method. As opposed to those presented in the paper, taxon names and
accession numbers are displayed.
are given in a very common format. Most tree viewers can read them, but
if you don't have one, you can use Roderic Page's TreeView
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