Figure 1.

Study design. General design of the study summarizing all analyses and results. Individual topologies show the gradient of acquired results; method names are written above and below the arrows. Notice an increasing number of independent origins of symbionts and decreasing number of phylogenetic artifacts along the continuum towards the 'derived' methods. 1+2: third codon positions excluded; AT/GC(BI/4-11): AT/GC datasets 4-11 analyzed by BI; BI: Bayesian inference; Dayhoff6/Dayhoff4/HP: amino acid recoded matrices; ML: maximum likelihood; nhPhyML: ML under nonhomogeneous model; MP: maximum parsimony; RY: purine/pyrimidine recoded matrix; SF: slow-fasted datasets.

Husník et al. BMC Biology 2011 9:87   doi:10.1186/1741-7007-9-87
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