Figure 2.

Maximum parsimony tree based on 61 chloroplast protein-coding genes [69]. The single most parsimonious phylogram has a length of 53,085, a consistency index of 0.45 (excluding uninformative characters), and a retention index of 0.60. Numbers at nodes indicate bootstrap support values and branch length scales are shown at base of the tree. Taxa in red are members of the eurosid II clade. Thicker lines in tree indicate members of eudicots. Black bars indicate lineages that have lost infA. Accession numbers for taxa are: Pinus, NC_001631; Ginkgo, DQ069337-DQ069702, Amborella, NC_005086, Nuphar, DQ069337-DQ069702, Nymphaea, NC_006050; Acorus, DQ069337-DQ069702; Oryza, NC_001320; Saccharum, NC_006084; Triticum, NC_002762; Typha, DQ069337-DQ069702; Yucca, DQ069337-DQ069702; Zea, NC_001666; Calycanthus, NC_004993; Arabidopsis, NC_000932; Atropa, NC_004561; Cucumis, NC_007144; Eucalyptus, AY780259; Glycine, NC_007942; Gossypium, NC_007944; Citrus, DQ864733; Lotus, NC_002694; Medicago, NC_003119; Nicotiana, NC_001879; Oenothera, NC_002693; Panax, NC_006290; Ranunculus, DQ069337-DQ069702; Solanum lycopersicum, DQ347959; Solanum bulbocastanum NC_007943; Spinacia, NC_002202; Vitis, NC_007957.

Bausher et al. BMC Plant Biology 2006 6:21   doi:10.1186/1471-2229-6-21
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