Table 3

Summary of sequence data for pyhylogenetic trees
Species Accession numbers COI Intercept/ fragment size Accession numbers 16SrRNA Intercept/ fragment size
Cyprinus carpio NC_001606 6,399:7,949 NC_001606 2,021:3,701
Danio rerio NC_002333 6,425:7,975 AF036006 1623
Gadus morhua GU324197 652 AM489716 1,093:2,757
Gasterosteus aculeatus EU524639 652 NC_003174 1,087:2,776
Micromesistius poutassou HQ882656 579 NC_015102 1,090:2,753
Notothenia coriiceps EU326390 652 NC_015653 16,581:18,273
Oncorhynchus mykiss GU324178 652 NC_001717 2,088:3,767
Oryzias latipes AP004421 5,455:7,011 AP004421 1,084:2,757
Pachycara brachycephalum HQ713113 652 Z32732 542
Salmo salar GU324184 652 NC_001960 2,093:3,770
Squalus acanthias EU074608 652 NC_002012 1,093:2,768
Takifugu rubripes HM102315 639 NC_004299 1,090:2,755
Tetraodon nigroviridis AP006046 5,457:7,016 NC_007176 1,088:2,764
Zoarces viviparus EF208064 1,102 FJ798757 588

List of species used for generating the phylogenetic trees in Figure 1 with the mitochondrial sequences for the COI gene and structural 16SrRNA with the respective accession numbers. For some species both sections were extracted from the whole mitochondrial genome due to the availability of the sequence information on the NCBI browser.

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