Figure 8.

The expected and recovered Neurospora topologies. Figure 8A is the Neurospora topology drawn as an unrooted phylogram. Figure 8B shows an example were N. crassa A is the reference for the Euclidean NJ that is 8 steps away from A according to the symmetric distance. Figure 8C shows an example with N. tetrasperma as the reference for the Euclidean NJ that is 4 steps away from the reference according to the symmetric distance. Figure 8D shows an example with N. discreta as the reference that is 6 steps away according to the symmetric distance by the Euclidean NJ method. B, C, and D were evolved at 7.5% average nucleotide substitutions.

Gilbert et al. BMC Genomics 2011 12:456   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-12-456
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