Figure 2.

(A) RAxML phylogenetic tree of nuclear 18S rDNA from Rhizaria with the root placed on the branch leading to the Foraminifera. (B) RAxML phylogenetic tree of a concatenated data set of plastid-encoded 16S + 23S rDNA with the root placed on the branch leading to Plantae plastids. The numbers at the nodes of both trees show support values derived from a RAxML bootstrap analysis followed by those from a PhyML analysis. When both values are the same, then this is marked with an asterisk and when a node is not resolved with a method than this is denoted with dashes. Only bootstrap values ≥ 50% are shown. The thick branches have a Bayesian posterior probability > 0.95. Branch lengths are proportional to the number of substitutions per site (see scale bar).

Yoon et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2009 9:98   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-9-98
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