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## Figure 2.
Phylogenetic relationship of nuclear receptors in . The nuclear receptors from four different species were subjected to phylogenetic
comparisons using Bayesian Inference, Maximum Parsimony, and Neighbor-Joining methods.
The Bayesian tree is shown with posterior probabilities from the Bayesian tree, and
bootstrap support values (frequency of occurrence) from the Maximum Parsimony and
Neighbor-Joining trees provided in order from left to right, respectively. Probability
values are separated by forward slashes at each corresponding node; an X indicates
an area of disagreement from the Bayesian tree. Notations Dp, Dm, Hp, and Ce in association
with receptor names denote sequences from Daphnia pulex, Drosophila melanogaster, Caenorhabditis elegans and Homo sapiensD. pulex, D. melanogaster, H. sapiens, and C. elegans, respectively. Numbers at nodes are posterior probabilities. All D. pulex sequences are in red. Figure 3 is also available in an expandable pdf format in Additional
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